What is Ghost? To stop short of shouting my love for it to the stars, it's a really great ( developing ) blogging platform focused on content creation with a strong emphasis on putting content first. Ok, that's great, but why would one, mostly focused on .NET technologies, consuming large amounts of

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Mobile device detection for device/genre optimized views (i.e.: phone, tablet, etc.)? Maybe a Responsive layout to keep things more flexible? In a recent Pew Internet Commentary, 56% of American adults ages 18+ own/use a smart phone. That being said, mobile content will only continue to grow and

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So you have a large SQL dataset? Say 1,000,000+ records? Need to convey simple trends in data over vast historical periods on-demand? Sounds like a great candidate for data decimation (aka Down Sampling). In some recent Silverlight development, this very issue was raised and solved using examples provided

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With the HTML5 movement taking shape, organizations and their web-enabled architects embracing a newer, ever-evolving standard in web/mobile application development, so too has user experience (UX) demands and minimum functionality norms. One such example is user search, specifically keywords that deliver users to specific targeted content. Today's example demonstrates

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When experimenting with some PAAS-hosted application development on AppHarbor, it occured to me, what if somebody wanted to blog, but not necessarily deal with and/or pay additional monthly cost for database addons, etc. with their provider? What if this same person wanted the freedom to write their blog posts

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Cassette, created by Andrew Davey (@getcassette) is an asset bundling and management utility for ASP.NET WebForms and MVC web apps. Typically, a developer places application assets (javascript, CoffeeScript, CSS, LESS, HTML templates and so on) in a folder with appropriate references in code/html. For most, asset management stops

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