Month: November 2014

Random Link Roundup–11/20/2014

What time is it?  It’s time for Friday’s link roundup!  [more] So the biggest news (and the reason for this week’s image!) is that Rob Eisenberg has left the Angular 2.0 team.  Rob is a heck of a developer, creating such awesome frameworks as Caliburn and Durandal.  Losing him is a Big Deal.  It’s not…

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SpecsFor.Mvc 4.1.0 Released!

Hot on the heels of SpecsFor.Mvc 4.0 comes the 4.1.0 release!  This is a minor update, but it adds a very-useful capability. [more] Selenium WebDriver has always had the ability to wait for certain events to occur, such as a particular element becoming “visible” so that it could be interacted with.  Unfortunately, the code for…

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Random Link Roundup–11/14/2014

Happy Friday!  First, I think the entirety of Microsoft’s Developer Division deserves the following: Open Source .NET!  Cross-platform server stack! HUGE improvements coming in VS 2015!  It’s a great time to be a .NET developer! But now, on to some random links for this week! [more] There’s been a lot of hate thrown Angular’s way…

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SpecsFor.Mvc 4.0 Released!

The final build of SpecsFor.Mvc 4.0 is live on NuGet.  Here’s a recap of what’s changed. [more] Breaking Change: SpecsFor.Mvc is now built against ASP.NET MVC 5.2.  Remember, your web project does not have to be on 5.2 in order to use SpecsFor.Mvc, just your spec project. MvcWebApp.BrowserDriver now returns a RemoteWebDriver rather than just…

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Random Link Roundup–11/7/2014

Happy Friday, everyone!  It’s been a slow link week for me, but here are the interesting tidbits I came across! [more] JavaScript isn’t going away.  In fact, it’s only increasing in popularity.  In totally unrelated news, anyone else feel like there are more bugs in software these days? There are a lot of choices if…

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