Superexpert Blog
Jan2015 17

This is the fifth part in a multiple part blog series on building ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET vNext) apps with AngularJS. In this series of blog posts, I show how you can create a simple Movie app using ASP.NET 5, MVC 6, and AngularJS. ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS Part 1, Grunt, Uglify, and AngularJS ASP.NET 5 […]

Jan2015 16

This is the fourth part in a multiple part blog series on building ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET vNext) apps with AngularJS. In this series of blog posts, I show how you can create a simple Movie app using ASP.NET 5, MVC 6, and AngularJS. ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS Part 1, Grunt, Uglify, and AngularJS ASP.NET 5 […]

Jan2015 16

This is the third part in a multiple part blog series on building ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET vNext) apps with AngularJS. In this series of blog posts, I show how you can create a simple Movie app using ASP.NET 5, MVC 6, and AngularJS. ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS Part 1, Grunt, Uglify, and AngularJS ASP.NET 5 […]

Jan2015 15

UPDATE: When I wrote this blog entry, the RC version was the latest version of the runtime. Recently, BETA 3 was released which is later than the RC. I spent a couple of hours today updating Visual Studio 2015 Preview to use the ASP.NET 5/MVC 6 Nightly Build. Because the process was a little tricky, […]

Jan2015 12

This is the second part in a multiple part blog series on building ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET vNext) apps with AngularJS. In this series of blog posts, I show how you can create a simple Movie app using ASP.NET 5, MVC 6, and AngularJS. ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS Part 1, Grunt, Uglify, and AngularJS ASP.NET 5 […]

Jan2015 12

This is the first part in a multiple part blog series on building ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET vNext) apps with AngularJS. In this series of blog posts, I show how you can create a simple Movie app using ASP.NET 5, MVC 6, and AngularJS. ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS Part 1, Grunt, Uglify, and AngularJS ASP.NET 5 […]

Jan2015 05

Wouldn't it be great if you could interact with websites just like Siri on your iPhone? In other words, you could ask web pages questions out loud and get answers spoken back to you? Imagine, for example, that you are creating a children's game. If the child cannot type or read then the most natural […]

Dec2014 05

Meteor (currently my favorite framework for building web applications) was designed to support transparent reactive programming. You can't build Meteor apps without understanding how reactive programming works. In this blog post, I provide an in-depth explanation of reactive programming. I talk about the technical details of how reactivity is implemented in the Meteor framework. I […]

Apr2014 29

SonicAgile, our free Agile Project Management Tool, now integrates with Dropbox. You can upload files such as logos, videos, and documentation, and associate the files with stories and epics. Before you can take advantage of this new feature, you need to get a Dropbox account. You can get a free Dropbox account that contains up […]

Apr2014 21

What's the best way to handle time-tracking on an Agile team? Your gut reaction to this question might be to resist any type of time-tracking at all. After all, one of the principles of the Agile Manifesto is “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools”.  Forcing the developers on your team to track the amount […]