Articles Written by Bipin Joshi

Securing ASP.NET MVC Applications with ASP.NET Identity

Over the years the needs of authentication schemes used in a web application have changed. To take into account these changing trends Microsoft has released ASP.NET Identity - a new way to authenticate users of your web application. This article describes how ASP.NET Identity can be used in an ASP.NET MVC application from the ground up.

Overview of OWIN and Katana

Learn what OWIN and Katana are and how they fit into the whole web development picture for ASP.NET developers.

Understanding Dependency Injection

Simply put, Dependency Injection is a design pattern that helps a class separate the logic of creating dependent objects. The result of this separation is a loosely coupled system where there is no rigid dependency between two concrete implementations. This article discusses what Dependency Injection is and illustrates its use in an ASP.NET MVC application.

Writing C# Code Using SOLID Principles

Applying time proven SOLID principles make your code structured, neat and easy to maintain. Bipin Joshi examines SOLID principles and illustrates how they can be applied to your C# code.

Using the Repository Pattern with ASP.NET MVC and Entity Framework

Repository pattern is a popular way to achieve separation between the physical database, queries and other data access logic from the rest of an application. Read on to learn Repository pattern in the context of Entity Framework and ASP.NET MVC.

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  • Live Event Date: September 10, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m. ET / 8:00 a.m. PT Modern mobile applications connect systems-of-engagement (mobile apps) with systems-of-record (traditional IT) to deliver new and innovative business value. But the lifecycle for development of mobile apps is also new and different. Emerging trends in mobile development call for faster delivery of incremental features, coupled with feedback from the users of the app "in the wild". This loop of continuous delivery and continuous feedback is …

  • Packaged application development teams frequently operate with limited testing environments due to time and labor constraints. By virtualizing the entire application stack, packaged application development teams can deliver business results faster, at higher quality, and with lower risk.

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