Creating an App with .NET Core by using MVC 6 & AngularJS

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, May 28, 2017 Developed by Microsoft, .NET framework is a programming infrastructure used for building, deploying and running applications that use .NET technologies. It can provide the required compile time and runtime foundation for building and running languages that conforms to Common Language. The three major parts of .NET framework are Common Language Runtime (CLR)–…

Visual Studio 2017 for Mac

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, March 31, 2017 blog.mousavi.fr Source: br-instructor Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 and the fourth preview of Visual Studio for Mac. The latest official version of its longstanding IDE for Windows adds improvements related to productivity, performance, mobile apps, cloud development, DevOps and the ecosystem surrounding Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2017, according to…

Dynamics AX: Handling exceptions the right way in X++

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, February 28, 2017 blog.mousavi.fr Source: br-instructor “When building a cannon, make sure the cannon ball comes out in the right direction.” This is a piece of advice I heard many years ago. I think, we in generally have been following the advice in the Dynamics AX platform group. The APIs and designs…

Securing ASP.NET 5 and AngularJS

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, December 25, 2016 Source: ItpTechMag blog.mousavi.fr In this blog post, I explain how you can use ASP.NET Identity to provide different permissions to different users. In particular, I demonstrate how to create two users named Stephen and Bob. Stephen will have edit permissions on the Movies database and Bob will not. Enabling…

ASP.NET MVC 6 & ASP.NET Web API 2

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, December 25, 2016   Source: ItpTechMag blog.mousavi.fr If we want to migrate ASP.NET MVC 5 project to ASP.NET Core et ASP.NET MVC 6 projet  is not an easy thing.  the new platform is a profound rewrite of all that existed until now, and this has an impact on the layers and APIs we handle directly into…

Enterprise Mobile Service Architecture

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, December 24, 2016 By: Longji Tang Source: ServiceTechMag blog.mousavi.fr Abstract: Today, enterprise systems are integrated across wired and wireless networks. Enterprise Mobile Service Computing (EMSC) is a recent development in distributed computing, and Enterprise Mobile Service Architecture (EMSA) is a new enterprise architectural approach for mobile system integration. This chapter introduces the…