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Posted by Igor Moochnick on 07/20/2012
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 07/20/2012
I had a blast presenting for ASPConf 2012. I want to thank all the organizers, presenters and attendees. Without you it wouldn’t have been possible.
One of the questions from one of the attendees during my “Building complex Single Page Application should be as enjoyable as visit to a SPA” talk was:
Q: Is it possible to bring on-demand portions of the application that will be emitted by the Asp.Net MVC Views (aka: dynamic views generation)
A: Sure (see Picture #3).
But when, in fact, I’ve tried to demonstrate it right away – I hit a snag.
What happened is: my implementation was correct but Google Chrome was too smart for me to handle it and wrapped the partial HTML with the full “HEAD” and “BODY” tags [See Picture #1].
I’ve assumed that my server was returning more than the generated by the Raw view content itself. If I would’ve checked a network stream [See Picture #2] (or Fiddler) I would’ve seen another result – the correct one.
So, this is a simple example how you can import a dynamically generated content from an Asp.Net Mvc view into a SPA application:
1. Create a view
2. Create a Controller entry (when you’ll navigate to this view you should see a result on Picture #2)
3. Change a dependency path in your SPA view to point to the new content (and the final result should look like Picture #3)
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 05/17/2012
I really loved the QCon presentation by Andrew Phillips where he discussed Cloud API 2.0: the current state of cloud computing, why a Cloud API, the choices made while designing jClouds API, and how to consume such an API.
I really advise to check it out: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/Designing-Consuming-a-Cloud-2-API
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 04/03/2012
Thanks for everyone who’ve attended my CodeCamp presentation. Thanks for organizers for making it happen.
I’ve had a chance to build the realistic distributed application live-coding from scratch. The application consisted from 2 roles – web role and a worker role. During the demo I’ve used the Amazon AWS cloud, but the similar technique can be applied to Azure deployments.
The audience was great and engaging even though we didn’t have enough and I was flying through the code.
The code I’m publishing (Amazon AWS demo) is a beautified version of the one we’ve created during the Code Camp.
Stay tuned for the mirrored Azure demo code…
NOTE: This is a simplified version and should not be treated as a real-life application.
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 02/17/2012
We’ve had a lot of fun with a small party talking about RavenDB, it’s functionality and quirks. We’ve wondered of track into more advanced topics of Replication, Sharding and Security so I totally forgot to talk about the transactional support for RavenDB (including DTC). Now I know for sure that 2 hours discussion about RavenDB is not enough. It looks like I’ll need to split the presentation into the “intro” and “advanced” parts.
I’ve updated slides on SlideShare with the latest revision.
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 02/01/2012
Here is the other part of our presentation for the NEVB user group – Overview of RavenDB. Due to some technical problems was no able to show much of the code and really feel bad about that. Hope to get another chance to talk more about RavenDB.
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 01/31/2012
Recently Phil Young and I gave presentation about NoSql, RavenDB and Hadoop to NEVB User Group. This was our first presentation of this kind and format and we’ve had a couple of snags running it, but, I promise, we’re getting much better at that.
I’ve just published the first portion of the slides about the NoSql introduction. Feedback is always welcome.
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 12/20/2011
Recently we’ve delivered a presentation to the Boston Azure User Group on how perfectly the cloud technologies are aligned for development for the Mobile Apps and clients. My coworkers from Blue Metal Architects delivered great content about integrating iOS (featured iPhone and iPad) and Windows Phone with the cloud. I’ve covered the use of the AppFabric Service Bus Queues and Topics – these technologies are perfect for communications for partially connected clients (like mobile ones).
Posted by Igor Moochnick on 06/15/2011
Thanks for everyone attending the Architect Factory last week, especially everyone that attended my presentation. Great participation and great questions – Thanks.
As promised – below are the slides from the talk:
P.S. I’m still trying to figure out what happened to the video recording of the session. Will update the post as soon as the issue will get resolved.