I have a problem with a push sidebar menu. When the toogle button is clicked the page goes to the right .The problem is that I want the side bar menu to be next to the page just like the example that is in the picture . Also when i scroll down to the page ,I want the side bar menu to be fixed. I am only using css.
Download a static site with all the prebuilt html and css and view it in the browser. Next, think of some major or potentially difficult change you'd like to make to it with regard to layout, size, font, etc. With the help of the browser's developer tools, you'll be able to identify the styles that need to change for the elements involved. You'll learn something from the existing css, and you'll learn a lot by trying to mess with it.
Today, most people use a css framework like Bootstrap or Materialize for accomplishing the flexibility for different displays you're looking for. Read the API documentation for one of these frameworks and look through the examples. Alternatively, there's a nice React ui framework from Microsoft over at https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/fabric#/styles/web
It uses the same responsive grid layout principles that have become de facto standard.
I am wanting to develop a software package that can edit game cards online and offline. then when the user is online they can upload their work if they need to. Ideally this application will be accessible on computers and mobile phones. I have heard that HTML 5 is really good for mobile application development because it is multiplatform. I have also done some research and NET.Core is multi platform as opposed to NET.framework. I understand that for the mobile and desktop application these may need to be built seperately.
I am wondering where is best to start. Can WinForms in visual studio connect online? or it this purely a desktop application? do i need to create a different style project for online/offline capability?
I am not quite sure where to start here.
WinForms is solely a desktop technology. Furthermore, it's Windows-only technology.
HTML5 is solely a markup language so it is nothing more than a visual representation of your app. Still, as you've mentioned uploading cards this means to me that you need a backend to persist it.
The way I imagine it is that you have a backend server (you might use .net core for that). And you have clients for platforms you need to support. Once the backend server if not available for some reason you persist data in a client's local storage. Otherwise, you persist it on a backend.
I think you should research more on a client-server programming model.
I am deploying an ASP .NET application to a website hosted on IIS. My requirement here is that the URL must end in .com and not .aspx. An example would be http://example.com and not http://example/default.aspx. How do I deploy an ASP .NET application so it uses the .com URL and not the not the .aspx page extension?
My problem is that this application is being hosted on an intranet. Normal online domain servers can't be used. I guess the question now is can you register a domain name on an intranet network? Do you need something like a Windows DNS server?
I guess I need to explain it better. All I need to do is host the application on the intranet in IIS so browsing to the site is not in the format http://220.127.116.11/default.aspx or http://hostmachinename/default.aspx but in the fully quilified name of the domain name of the network. (ie. http://intranet.mil/default.aspx). Does this make sense?
I am the only technical person on this project so I am the network folks. Is this your answered to my question. I'm I correct: I need to add a DNS server on my network and register that IP address with the DNS server. Is this what I want to do?
SEC7120: Origin http://mymachinename not found in Access-Control-Allow-Origin header.
SCRIPTING7002: XMLHttpRequest: Network error 0X80700013, Could not complete operation due to error 80700013.
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We're a small internal dev team and we have an .NET & AngularJS web site, except the site is supposed to act as a host of other sites/applications. So the users go to a single address, they can then get to the other apps via a dashboard, but the core site handles the 2 different authentications (windows and custom oracle database based) and other common features. Currently the .NET side is all separate projects for each app. The AngularJS is just one app.
Ideally we'd want the applications to be more independent, so that we could update one and be comfortable saying that regression testing of the others isn't needed.
Some guidance on:
How would you design the web side? I was thinking separate angular apps with the 'host' site using iframes? As I couldn't think of another way to keep the whole look and feel with out code duplication.
The authentication, its OAuth/Owin, the windows AD and Oracle are separate, but the same user could have creds for both. We've currently got two 'client_ids' in the single web app, which doesn't seem right, as I'm tracking two access_tokens. I'm thinking I could use OAuth claims instead.
We are also planning rewriting from AngularJS, would anyone recommend an alternative framework? I'm half thinking of Blazor, to reduce the number of languages the team needs to know, but obviously its still new, so the amount of resources about and its long term viability are risks.
I'm trying to call a Web API hosted on my server from a Xamarin Forms app.
private string GetServerMessage()
var result = string.Empty;
using (var client = new WebClient())
result = client.DownloadString(url);
This Doesn't Work
It hangs on the Client.GetAsync line