So I download the VS2013 Community Version
Fired it up, updated the program first.
Created a new Project, ASP.Net MVC 4 Web Application, and selected Razor for the HTML in the View
Then used package manager and updated all the packages to MVC5 and so forth.
From There, it creates a Responsive Design Website with login and register for accounts
So I decided to make a new website for myself and learn at the same time.
There is a preview, but basically, you write HTML off the top of you head, and just used a browser to test it.
The designers are stupid anyways and produce poor results anyways.
The wire format, which is how the date is sent to the client, and how it sent back to the server.
This is required to be yyyy-MM-dd in all cases;
The display format, which is how the date is presented to the user.
This is not part of the specification, so browsers are free to do what they want.
Chrome and the latest version of Opera currently use the user's local date settings.
Browsers which don't support the date input will fall back to a text input, which means they have to use the wire format.
You'll probably want to use a polyfill to get the control working in all browsers. For example:
For this ID to be generated dynamically, you should give Guid object a look. It would generate a new random ID on the run time. Read more about it on MSDN[^]. Example code to generate the unique ID is,
var guid = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
Now pass guid to the function or where-so-ever you want to pass it to.
The sh*t I complain about
It's like there ain't a cloud in the sky and it's raining out - Eminem
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So I'm completely new to ASP/MVC. Basically, I need to be able to create small site where the user logs in with network credentials that are validated against AD. I know how to do the AD validation part, but I do not know the proper way to authenticate the user for the web session with ASP. Can someone please give me a basic idea of how the authentication mechanism works here ?