harsimranb

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Mar
27
comment Getting Started Converting ASP.NET VB.NET web application to MVC C#
I'm at work right now, but I can try this out when I get home, in another 5 - 6 hours.
Mar
27
comment Getting Started Converting ASP.NET VB.NET web application to MVC C#
Yes they can coexist in the same solution. I'm not sure about the routing, but I think that can work too. You can make the C# project the default website, and reference the VB.Net MVC project. For an unrecognized request, you can (somehow) pass it to the VB.Net project. Of course, I'm not 100% sure how everything would work, you probably want to experiment a bit.
Mar
27
answered Getting Started Converting ASP.NET VB.NET web application to MVC C#
Mar
23
revised How to check for a valid Base 64 encoded string in C#
fixed after someone made an answer, which should've been a comment.
Mar
23
revised How to check for a valid Base 64 encoded string in C#
fixed after someone made an answer, which should've been a comment.
Mar
19
revised I need JQL for MVC.Net any ideas?
Made the objective of the question a little clear. I had to read twice to understand what was being asked.
Mar
19
revised Marshalling a HttpResponseMessage in Web API
added return myResponse;
Mar
19
revised Marshalling a HttpResponseMessage in Web API
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revised Marshalling a HttpResponseMessage in Web API
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Mar
19
answered Marshalling a HttpResponseMessage in Web API
Mar
18
awarded Notable Question
Mar
17
comment Where is the .NET Framework 4.5 directory?
FYI: I just installed v4.5.2 on my Windows Server 2008 R2. The assemblies are actually in C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319, as pointed by Jon Skeet.
Mar
16
reviewed Should Be Improved jQuery Mobile to detect phone call has been made and then has ended
Mar
16
reviewed Should Be Improved mysql error after trying put in SQL
Mar
12
comment AngularJS error handling: show errors based on array of errors
For one, you can make the error properties more readable error01 => nameRequired, etc. Honestly, I don't see a benefit of this approach vs having the messages in the HTML, unless you want to do localization. For that, check this out blog.novanet.no/creating-multilingual-support-using-angularjs.
Mar
10
comment C# use a method on another form
@user2594008 So generally you would also move the dependent functions to that same class. You can even make them static, if they don't require an instance. It's generally a good idea to move your business logic out of your UI code, that makes it easier to maintain, test, and reuse. Ex: for listFiles(), you can have your external class method return the List[] and bind it to the Listbox in your UI code.
Mar
10
answered C# use a method on another form
Mar
9
reviewed Unsalvageable Best Voice API for website
Mar
9
reviewed Looks Good Select input ,selected Text codeigniter
Mar
8
awarded Popular Question
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