Developing Clearly

My Adventures in Software Development and IT.

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Developing Clearly is my blog about Software Development and IT. I post about C#, ASP.NET, PHP, JavaScript, Networking and IT in general.

Latest posts

  • Starting today, we will have another Category: Tech. In this category, we will amuse ourselves with the Tech Tips&Tricks for everyone, not just IT professionals. It is our hope to make the technology a little more accessible and just a little less scary. In the end, technology should improve our lives and make it easier […]
  • You might think that this will be another post about virtualisation using Parallels Desktop or a similar software. Well, it will not. However, unfortunately it will also not completely deliver what it promises. Unfortunately, there is no version of SQL Server available to install directly on the macOS. However, we will be installing and using […]
  • Even if .NET Core – or simply .NET is the new standard and recommended way to build Web Apps, sometimes you might want or need to create an ASP.NET MVC5 Project that is based on .NET Framework. Source
  • You tested the Service by running it from Visual Studio with IIS Express and it worked. However, now when it is deployed to the server and you wish to use it with IIS. You think you have done everything correctly – installed IIS, installed WCF Services, so you confidently try to enter the service address, […]
  • So, we all know that. the new .NET is not your father’s .NET, it’s cool, it’s Cross-platform, and it’s Open-Source. It’s simply modern. It’s Avocados and Soy lattes. Yet, it is not easy to simply stop developing Apps based on .NET Framework or to migrate everything to the newest, container-based architecture using the newest .NET […]
  • Do you Like just a little bit more privacy than browser incognito modes offer, as opposed to “normal” mode? Or do you simply watch a lot of “Documentaries” and simply want to save a precious few seconds to switch to InPrivate mode? But seriously, there are many other benefits of InPrivate browsing, other than the […]
  • We'll start with some useful JavaScript functions that you'll need in your adventures with MS Dynamics 365 Development. A quick cheat-sheet, if you will. It is for CRM v9. Source
  • No worries series is designed to do just that – enable you to say “no worries”, just copy the code and fire it up. For the first post in the series, we’ll do two simple, but very common requirements using some web.config tricks. So, let’s get into it. Force HTTPS Sometimes you’ll get a requirement […]
  • There are many challenges when attempting to establish cooperation between systems and technologies that were not originally meant to work together. Unfortunately, this is still true to this day, even if we have come a long way. Trying to make PHP run smoothly on Microsoft IIS might be one of the examples where things are […]
  • The key thing is to return the Real 404 HTTP status code and avoid any solution that replaces 404 with 301. This is completely wrong and has the potential to do damage to your site. Source