Monthly Archives: June 2012

RestBugs Ported to Node

I just merged my NodeJS port of the RestBugs sample application and pushed it up to github. In case you’re not 100% sure what RestBugs is, it’s an example of a hypermedia-driven bug management system (system including both client and … Continue reading 

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Getting Started with NodeJS – Migrating RestBugs

I’m intrigued by node – partly because of all the recent hype and ‘cool kid’ factor – but mostly because I like the idea of having a single language context on both client and server.¬† Plus, the overall programming style … Continue reading 

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Web Optimization in Visual Studio 2012 RC

The Web optimization framework has gone through some major changes between the Visual Studio¬† 11 Beta and Release Candidate releases. The changes coalesce around 2 primary goals: Enable greater control over the default bundles that are registered with the Web … Continue reading 

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