Since I met another weekend and got spare time, I did not wait long and finished urgent features on Smart Amazon Fillers website: Supporting multiple countries, and fixing pagination issue.
I released a simple ASP.NET MVC website using Amazon service 2 days ago. I might call it MyFiller project version 1. In the 1st version, I actually have not finished all features which I wanted. So in past 2 days, I modified something on it. Now I can call it version 2.
Update: I have released the version 2. After you read the content below, please also read the new version information. Thanks!
As a practice, and replying for a friend’s request. I just wrote a simple Amazon Filler Item Finding website in this weekend. I put it on Microsoft Azure platform for the demo now.
It is a single web page website currently, but the background it that I used ASP.NET MVC 5, C#, .NET Framework 4.6, Async Task, Ajax, jQuery, Bootstrap etc. on this simple website. It is a single page but there were multiple technologies on it. I will add more feature on it if I get more spare time.
Some WPF learners ask me what the newest WPF version is currently.
Actually WPF is tight with .NET Framework. Normally, when Microsoft releases a new .NET Framework, there is often newer WPF features are released.
Every 1 or 2 months if I did not touch the projects which were about ASP.NET related technologies, I might forget the names and versions. Let me record something here:
ASP.NET 5 is ASP.NET Core 1.0
.NET 5 = .NET Core 1.0
EF 7 = EF Core 1.0
MVC 6 = .NET Core MVC 1.0
If use database in our Web application and publish to Azure platform free tier plan, the database has very limited size so we’d better use other way.
The following is our summary result after we researching solution:
I realized it was some different when I loaded local project to Visual Studio Online in Visual Studio 2015 compared with using Visual Studio 2013.
The following is the process of how to load a project onto VS online in VS 2015:
There is a list of .NET Open Source Developer Projects on GitHub, just record it here.
We saved passwords in project config file normally when we developed the project, However, it should be different when you deploy your project since most of time you should avoid your customer to touch some system passwords such as the database connection password, some of your API’s passwords such as Google+ API secret codes;
I have times to collect information from my existed applications using different technologies now. IoT was the one of them. I had an running IoT Demo application which used Windows Forms, C# and Microsoft Azure IoT.