NMoneys.Web is website, built with ASP.NET MVC. I might as well share with you a couple of things I learnt.
NMoneys.Web is a web application. End of post. Next.
Moderne udviklingsværktøjer gør hverdagen meget lettere for os som udviklere. Auto complete, intellisense, zen coding mv. gør det hurtigere at skrive kode. Men hvad nu hvis vi fjerne alle disse hjælpeværktøjer? Kan du så stadig din HTML og CSS? Det skal vi finde ud af og derfor inviterer vi alle kodeinteresserede til en lille konkurrence med fire simple regler: • Alle deltagere ser ét design • De får adgang til evt. grafik filer og får 15 min. til at prøve at implementere det i HTML og CSS • Det foregår i uden intellisense eller lign. og udføres i Notepad++ • Der må ikke laves preview undervejs
A maintenance version of NMoneys has just been released. And there are surprises… unfold them.
You may remember the launch of uCommerce Migrations. If not, it is nice timing for refreshing the basics and the background of the project. If you do indeed remember, you will be delighted to know that new versions for both packages have been pushed to Nuget.
Some of you already know uCommerce. Those of you who don’t should get to know it. Go, go. Download it, install it and play with it. I can wait. This post is not going anywhere and you can bookmark it. Ready now? Buckle up.
A new sibling has joined of the Testing.Commons family. Testing ServiceStack services I have reviewed, worked (and presented) extensively on ServiceStack lately. With work done comes testing your work. And I found ServiceStack to require little plumbing to do integration tests. But there is some. And there, Testing.Commons.ServiceStack can help with your integration tests. Low barrier testing Create a class library project Install ServiceStack nuget package (the latest free version): Install-Package ServiceStack -Version 3.9.71 Install Testing.Commons.ServieStack nuget package: Install-Package Testing.Commons.ServiceStack Create a test that inherits from either SingleHostPerFixture or SingleHostPerTest Happy testing! More? Go to the documentation page for guidance or, better yet, project’s automated tests.
Last week, while I was happily vacationing in Spain, I received an email from an NMoneys user with a deceptively simple question: “When formatting a Money instance, how does one remove the decimals if the amount is integral?” It is not straightforward Even though Money supports custom formatting via .ToString(format) and .Format() overrides, none of them allows conditional treatment depending on the nature of the amount.
What’s not to like of getting latest changes in currencies shortly after they become official? Welcome EUR Welcome 2014! That’s is what the good people of Latvia had to say when the year began. Their old Lat will be missed but, on the bright side of things I will be able to use my euros when I come back to that Baltic land. As a result LVL has been deprecated.