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by Clayton Rumley
An easy-to-use class that allows us to create PHP classes whose methods are automatically exposed in client-side JavaScript.
by Abhijit Jana
When can we use HttpContext.Current.Items to stores data in ASP.NET?
by rajjiv5287
Basic understanding about JavaScript object
by Vladimir Ivanovskiy
This article shows how to compile and run F# code during runtime.

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by SneakyPeet
I recently gave a talk about ChatOps at Entelect's Dev Day. The talk went really well and after some discussion with attendees I thought it might be useful to write a post about how to get started with chat ops.So What is ChatOps?To understand ChatOps we first need to talk about DevOps. DevOps is a
by MarkPearlCoZa
Don’t trust the other poor reviews on this book. This is a great book for a particular type of reader. If you are an experienced developer but are wanting to ramp up on MVC in .Net then this book is for you. If you are an experienced MVC developer and are wanting to understand the depths of MVC4
by madan535
In this post we will learn how to Getting Started with React.js in ASP.NET MVC. What is React? React is a UI library developed at Facebook. It is a Javascript library for building user interfaces. It is used by Facebook and Instagram. JSX is the extension for the React. React provides two features R
by Rion Williams
The needs and requirements of many applications can change and evolve over time and managing these changes can often be difficult. This is one of the reasons that it’s important to be able to try and build modular applications that can easily separate all of the areas of your application and a

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