Creating my own HTTP webserver for desktop apps

December 7, 2013

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What triggered this I have been looking for solutions for a simple stand-alone Web server for a while: allowing me to distribute run the same C# .NET solutions I create for the Web as “desktop applications” anyone can download and run without any additional hassles (like installing a web server that is not standard part […]

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2-way data binding with Underscore and jQuery

December 3, 2013

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2-way data binding In Underscore, Data binding by default is one way. You take a template (a snippet of HTML code), “inject” a JavaScript object into that template and get your pre-processed HTML as a result. This is perfect when your site is read-only. The moment you want to start a dialog with the user, […]

First preview on Financial Management app

February 17, 2013

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In the past month I have been working on a financial management application. Scroll down for the images and videos. Status A work in progress. Technologies C# / .NET MVC4 — The “new way to go” in the .NET environment. MVC4 applies the MVC pattern and uses the Controller as the access-point when a user […]

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C# MVC 4 and Knockout — Getting started

January 15, 2013

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In this post Intro — Goals and choices MVC4 — Life after ASP Forms Linq and the Entity Framework — Simplification of Data Access, giving a more consistent feeling within the C# project Knockout.JS — Binding data to HTML TypeScript — Writing JavaScript as if it is Object Oriented, making it less painful to refactor […]

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Home: Notes to my future self

October 15, 2012

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Hosting a sever Yes Peter: your expensive 150 Euro per month hosted server is seriously under-powered. Why not host it at home? Basic config Fanless Atom-processor powered board 4 GB RAM 500 GB RAID1 for OS and services 2 TB cloud storage (USB3 external drive?) SVN / GIT File backups / file hosting?  

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Update Report 001 – Ohra, Italy, Touch Screens, Android and Design Patterns

April 11, 2012

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Since I probably will not be able to hold up to a weekly report as Alper Cugun and Kars Alferink on “Whats the Hubbub” I decided to simply create update reports and number them. Period: October 2011 to March 2012 this update covers the period from October 2011 to March 2012. Working on- and closing […]

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Five things for 2012

January 14, 2012

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2011, a look back 2011 was the end of a 5 year contract of an 560 m2 office space producing a revenue of almost 100.000 euro per year and costing me around 15.000 to 30.000 a year. After paying all my dues, that was a book I happily closed. From one long term Freelancing contract […]

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