Every week we cover the latest news, useful tools and helpful techniques that keep you on the cutting edge of HTML, CSS and related web technologies. Read on to find out what we’ve discovered for you this week.
ASP.NET MVC goes open source
Last week’s big, surprise announcement for web technologies came from Scott Guthrie: ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Razor and Open Source. OK, it’s technically been open source since 1.0 and also includes jQuery, jQuery UI, jQuery Mobile, jQuery Validation, Modernizr.js, NuGet, Knockout.js and JSON.NET as well, but now the source code has been released under Apache license on CodePlex.
Until next week, remember to close your tags and test in all the right browsers.
Download Cocktail: Get Your Drink On!
Build your business app-from the server to the screen-the easy way. Cocktail takes the pain out of building apps in Silverlight and WPF on a well architected, MVVM platform.
Access Control in Multi-Tenant Applications with Visual Guard - Novalys As companies look for different ways to manage their IT needs, “Multi-tenant” and “SaaS” applications are becoming more and more common. However, they also pose unique challenges. We will look at security administration and user management in a multi-tenant application with Visual Guard. C#, .NET, WPF, Silverlight, Dev, Sharepoint
3 Breakthrough Ways to Visualize HTML5 - Konstantin Kichinsky I’m going to focus on one interesting scenario that isn’t directly covered by the HTML5 standard, but is in high demand and visually impressive. It’s audio visualization using HTML5 Dev, HTML5