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Algorithms!

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Joan Vilariño

Senior .NET Developer at Ohpen
Developer for more than 25 years and IT, gadget, mobile and electronics enthusiast working and publishing from Barcelona.
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I’ve found this #repository at Github containing lots of the most famous #development #algorithms written in #javascript, including sorting, search, graphics, compression, data structures…

Even though you don’t develop in #javascript, it’s worth a read to see the different techniques used, and to have it as reference in case you have to implement any of these in another language.

There are also test clases for #unittesting with #jasmine.

Here is the link to the Github repository sources:

https://github.com/mgechev/javascript-algorithms/tree/master/src

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Joan Vilariño

Senior .NET Developer at Ohpen
Developer for more than 25 years and IT, gadget, mobile and electronics enthusiast working and publishing from Barcelona.
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Very complete article demoing a SPA (Single Page Application) using AngujarJS + ASP.NET WebApi.

The project uses common architecture patterns so it’s a good start point if you have never done this before.

Visit this link

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Joan Vilariño

Senior .NET Developer at Ohpen
Developer for more than 25 years and IT, gadget, mobile and electronics enthusiast working and publishing from Barcelona.
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New tools for C# 6.0. nameof(identifier) looks very , very useful!

http://www.kunal-chowdhury.com/2014/12/csharp-6-nameof-expression.html

Seed project for .NET 4.5, EF, Autofac DI and Unit testing

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Joan Vilariño

Senior .NET Developer at Ohpen
Developer for more than 25 years and IT, gadget, mobile and electronics enthusiast working and publishing from Barcelona.
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I found this article explaining how to create a good start project using .NET 4.5 with Entity Framework Code First, Autofac for Dependency Injection (DI) and Unit testing.

It can save you time when you start a new project, and it’s architecture is very well implemented from what I’ve seen.

Give it a look at

http://techbrij.com/service-layer-entity-framework-asp-net-mvc-unit-testing

ASP.NET performance tips

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Joan Vilariño

Senior .NET Developer at Ohpen
Developer for more than 25 years and IT, gadget, mobile and electronics enthusiast working and publishing from Barcelona.
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I’ve come across a little article that gives us some good advice to enhance performance in our ASP.NET applications, here they are:

Tips to improve the performance of asp.net application

    • Session State : If you are not using session state then disable it. You can disable it for the particular page instead of every pages
    • Validations : Try to use client side validation, instead of server side validation. Server side validation will make load on server
    • Use HTML Controls : Try to use html controls instead of asp.net controls
    • Use Repeater : Use repeater instead of datagrid, datalist, listview
    • Data Caching : Use data caching where you can implement it. Identify static data, which is not frequently updated and implement caching for that
    • Null Check : Always check null before accessing cache items
    • IsPostback : Always use IsPostBack on your page
    • Disable Tracing : In web config file disable the tracing
    • HTTP Compression : Make sure HTTP Compression is turned on
    • Paging : Use paging to retrieve the data, only show small subset of data, for faster page load
    • Combine CSS – JS files : Combine css & js files, it will reduce no of requests and will help to faster page load
    • CDN : Use CDN for hosting images and script files
    • HTTP Modules : Remove http modules which are not used
    • Garbage Collection : Always dispose object once you have used it
    • Avoid Exceptions : Your code should attempt to avoid exceptions to improve performance because exceptions incur a significant overhead.

Source: http://performanceimprovementaspnet.blogspot.in/2014/11/aspnet-performance-improvement.html

 

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