Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why are there 2 controllers in the ASP.NET Web API ContactManager example? REST has nothing to with it.

<some snarkiness follows/> Rob expressed his disagreement (disgust) with the two controllers present in the sample when he made this bold statement: He then went on to further elaborate on the pedantic nature of the REST community and how his … Continue reading 

Posted in ASP.NET Web API | 27 Comments

my tale of npm woe – when all else fails, clear you cache!

Tonite was one of those “fun” times as a software developer. By fun, I mean one of those moments when you seriously think about having another profession due to hours of frustration trying to debug something, aaargh! My buddy Howard … Continue reading 

Posted in node.js | 14 Comments

Disabling the Xml Formatter in ASP.NET Web API–The easy way

OK, I have not posted yet on the fact that WCF Web API is now reborn as ASP.NET Web API. I just did! Yes it is true. That in itself is very awesome news which I am sure many of … Continue reading 

Posted in ASP.NET Web API | 7 Comments

Disabling the xml formatter in ASP.NET Web API–The easy way

OK, I have not posted yet on the fact that WCF Web API is now reborn as ASP.NET Web API. I just did! Yes it is true. That in itself is very awesome news which I am sure many of … Continue reading 

Posted in ASP.NET Web API | 3 Comments

Service Bus support in azure npm 0.5.2

This just in: Andre (my team) just published the latest version of our node azure module – 0.5.2: Primary changes: Azure Service Bus support! Node.exe version requirement lowered to raise compatibility. This should enable using our SDK on Heroku and … Continue reading 

Posted in azure, node, node.js | 2 Comments