If you use Umbraco and you create forms using MVC and razor, perhaps a contact form, you might want to populate a dropdownlist with data controlled by the Umbraco backoffice. This post shows you how to do that.
This post gives you step by step instructions for how to deploy an ASP.NET website. In the video I'm using an Umbraco site as an example, but it applies to any ASP.NET website. If you are unsure of any of the steps then watch the video.
This post shows you how to search by specific document types and fields in umbraco, using Examine.
This post shows you how to convert a SQL Compact Edition database to full SQL and speed up Umbraco
This post has the code and a video you need to help you start using Dependency Injection in MVC and Umbraco
There are certain terms in the software industry which you may hear for the first time and immediately understand their meaning. For instance, backdoor; a hidden method of gaining access to a computer system. The term dogfooding is not an obvious one. This pos…
I used to think I wasn't a creative person, I just have a logical thinking brain and not a creative one. I used to think the creative types of people are the graphic designers or the front end developers who make fancy animations.
This post gives you the basic code to loop through the pages in your site and populate the navigation model. It also gives you the code to add it to and call it from the cache.
Caching is important because it can speed up your website or application. Here is a simple example for you to take away and re-use:
In this post I will show you how to create your own password generator in C#.
It can be used to generate random strong passwords and it complies with recommendations from OWASP