by Mauricio Rojas, on Jan 13, 2021 5:10:15 PM

MS did a great effort to move most of the .NET Framework to .NET Core, but not all of them are available. What about WCF ? Can you use WCF …

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Topics:application migrationC#.NET Coreasp.net core.NET 5

by Mauricio Rojas, on Dec 5, 2020 9:48:40 AM

Migrating a couple of WebSites from ASP.NET MVC to .NET Core, we found an interesting issue. NOTE: this issue was not caused by .NET Core, it is just an issue …

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Topics:application migrationC#asp.net.netcore

by Mauricio Rojas, on Dec 12, 2019 7:17:45 AM

Scott Hanselman is one of my geek heroes. So when I saw his excellent post I said to myself "it is useless to resist"!! So, I took our legendary Salmon …

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Topics:VB6.NETC#WindowsWeb Application DevelopmentVBUC.NET Corewebappsvb.net

by Mauricio Rojas, on Nov 13, 2019 3:44:44 PM

In VB6, you need VBControlExtender object for dynamically adding a control to the Controls collection using the Add method. For example for adding a MSFlexGrid dynamically to a form you have to …

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Topics:VB6C#VBUC

by Guest Blogger: Sebastian Holst, on Oct 19, 2017 3:04:00 AM

Let me begin by thanking Mobilize.Net for the opportunity to contribute as a guest blogger. I'm going to assume that this crowd understands all too well the costs and the …

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Topics:MVC.NETC#JavaScriptVisual Studio 2017Mobile securityapplication securityConference

by John Browne, on Jul 25, 2017 1:43:32 PM

IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS THE WEB. Actually in the beginning was DOS, then Windows, then Visual Basic, then .NET. But we'll get back to them later. Consider: The Advanced …

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Topics:MVCC#

by John Browne, on Jun 14, 2017 5:21:16 PM

ICYMI, we've compiled a list of the most popular and useful blog posts of all time. There's lots of practical (and technical) advice on recycling your old code. Read on …

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Topics:application modernizationapplication migrationVB6C#

by John Browne, on Oct 25, 2016 1:46:17 PM

It's been almost a year since we announced our last major release of WebMAP and today we're doing it again. WebMAP version 4.0 represents a tremendous effort by our development …

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Topics:application modernizationC#WebMAP

by John Browne, on Mar 2, 2016 4:52:07 PM

The last big company I worked at (Microsoft) had a LOT of desktops (as you can well imagine). And of course they also had a lot of internal apps that …

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Topics:application modernizationC#Web Application Development

by John Browne, on Nov 10, 2015 6:24:26 PM

Today I'm excited to tell you about the newest release of WebMAP (ie WebMAP3), with support for the popular AngularJS framework and Bootstrap for styling. When we first built WebMAP …

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Topics:HTML5C#WebMAPAngular

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