I'm interviewed by David Giard about the Road Trip!
This short tutorial shows you how to convert a new console app to a web server to see how the pieces fit together with the upcoming RC2.
In this video, I show you how to build classes and types with Visual Studio's built-in refactoring support.
Some learnings from my fun with hosting ASP.NET Core in a Docker container, both on a local machine and in Azure.
I get asked a lot about what keys I tap during my courses, so I thought I'd put together some of my favorite trips with shortcut keys in Visual Studio.
Originally a webcast where I build an Angular 2 project in a ASP.NET Project live, it's not without some bumps and bruises but hopefully there are some things to learn here.
From NDC London 2016: After a couple of years in the planning, Bootstrap 4 is finally coming. If you’re already using Bootstrap or if you want a responsive framework to start building websites, this talk will introduce you to the newest version of this popular framework.
In this Pluralsight webcast, I show you how to build an ASP.NET Core (e.g. ASP.NET 5) project from scratch!
A video where I show how to use Bower to do your ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET Core) projects.
In this preview of my Webstorm 9 course for Pluralsight, I show how to build directives directly in Webstorm.
In this webinar, I will walk through the new features in WebStorm 9, a full web IDE from JetBrains.
In this preview of my Pluralsight Bootstrap 3 course, I show how the grid system works.
In this preview of Preview of my Pluralsight ASP.NET Web API course, I show how to use cookie authentication to secure your REST APIs.
In this course excerpt from Debugging the Web, I show you how you can change styling information using Firebug and see the results in real-time.
In this demo from his A Better CSS: LESS and SASS course, I show you how to take nested CSS Rules and refactoring them using LESS into more maintainable code.
In this preview from my Pluralsight course on ASP.NET 4 (end-to-end), I show Zen Coding in Visual Studio.
In this preview of my Pluralsight course on Designing APIs, I talk about starting a Web API by designing the URLs.
In this talk, Shawn will walk the attendees through the new way that web applications are being built today using the latest in client-side development the best practices of how to carry that out with ASP.NET MVC.
Instead of creating separate sites for the different sized mobile experiences, you should be creating sites that adapt to the screen they're shown on. In this talk, Shawn Wildermuth will show you the basics of making CSS work for you with responsive design techniques.
Getting your web applications styled just right can sometimes require a bit of iteration. In this video excerpt from my course "Debugging the Web" you'll see how to edit the CSS rules in the browser where you can see the affects immediately and then how to move those changes back to your source stylesheet.
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