My readings in 2015 week 35

  1. Different ways to create a C# object from class, just for fun.
  2. Another testing framework, Fixie; but no test attribute is needed, only based on naming convention to discover your tests.
  3. I used Shoudly before, it improves the test code readability and makes easier to understand.  You should give a try.
  4. The Evolution of Asynchronous JavaScript.
  5. How to work with time zone with moment.js, you can find some examples from this CSS Trick post.
  6. Rucksack, another CSS processor to make your CSS development more easier and fun.
  7. If you are frequently working on CSS, you should learn more about CSS modules and decide if it fits to you and make maintaining CSS easier.  Will this become the standard in CSS next generation?
  8. After reading this post about basket.js, I think it is good to understand more about local storage and try out basket.js to see if it really helps.
  9. Just spend few minutes to read this post “Essential Tools & Libraries for Modern JavaScript Developers“, to get aware what tools and libraries are out in the market to help JavaScript developers’ life easier.
  10. Pure CSS 3D bar example in CodePen.  So Cool!
  11. Being a C# developer, I would like to know Top 15 Hidden Features of C#.
  12. To create step-based animation or powepoint-like animation, you can try out sequence.js and it is mobile friendly and responsive.
  13. As you are reading this blog, I guess you are developers.  Then you should read this post “10 Common Mistakes Web Developers Make“.
  14. I read this post “Database versioning tools” to know what approaches and products can help; also another post about “State vs migration-driven database delivery
  15. “12 tips to increase the performance of your ASP.NET application drastically” part 1 and part 2.
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My readings in 2015 week 34

  1. If you are interested in plugin framework and design, this code project page will list out many resources for you.
  2. A very interesting post how to refactor OO code to functional code in C#, the post brings up new ideas to me and I think it is good to know what other developers are doing; and different way of writing codes.
  3. Dynamically Generating Robots.txt Using ASP.NET MVC.
  4. JavaScript inheritance patterns, very useful post; it lists out different ways to do inheritance in JavaScript.
  5. A quick list to show top 10 C# 6.0 language feature.
  6. If you are dealing XML in .Net, you should read this post “XML-XSD parser refresher“, showing you how to generate .Net class from XML and using with XmlSerializer.

My readings in 2015 week 33

  1. Dependency injection in ASP.Net 5.0.
  2. A good start guide for ES 6.0.
  3. Lodash: 10 Javascript Utility Functions That You Should Probably Stop Rewriting.
  4. Responsive Solutions for Feature Comparison Tables.
  5. This post just brings some information about async programming for WCF services. You should research more if you are interested after read it.
  6. Having problems troubleshooting your animations, read this post “Debugging CSS Keyframe Animations” to get some ideas.
  7. Very nice cartoon to explain how DNS works.
  8. Read this post “Rosyln Update: The State of the .NET Compiler Platform“, you will know how easy you can build features like Resharper.
  9. Improve javascript file loading time using basket.js.
  10. Get to know what code profiling and performance tools for Visual Studio are available.