Articles Written by Bipin Joshi

Handling Errors in ASP.NET MVC Applications

No matter how proficiently you developed your application there are chances that your code may not work as expected and will generate an error at runtime. ASP.NET MVC offers several techniques that help you build a robust error handling mechanism into your web application.

Working with Debug Windows in Visual Studio

Understanding the different windows in Visual Studio’s debugger is essential for efficient debugging. Read on to learn some of the most commonly used debug windows of Visual Studio.

Understanding .NET Attributes

Information about .NET assemblies is stored in the assembly itself. This information is called metadata. .NET allows you to put additional information in the metadata through attributes. Read on to learn what attributes are, how to use inbuilt attributes and how to create custom attributes.

Introduction to Developing Mobile Web Applications in ASP.NET MVC 4

While developing a mobile web site is challenging due to the complexity in terms of device detection, ASP.NET MVC4 provides easy ways to develop mobile web applications. Read on to learn the basics of developing web sites using ASP.NET MVC4 targeted at mobile devices.

Performing Custom Validations Using Data Annotations

Learn how to create a custom data annotation attribute and attach it with a model property, and how to add client side validation capabilities to your custom data annotation.

Using Value Providers in ASP.NET 4.5

ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms support model binding, including Value Providers. ASP.NET provides several inbuilt value providers and also allows you to create your own. Learn more in this article from Bipin Joshi.

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