ASP.NET Community Spotlight
Working with Sass Stylesheets in ASP.NET MVC Applications and Visual Studio
Nice post by Marius Schulz showing how to use Sass in Visual Studio with the Mindscape Web Workbench extension, explaining how to organize your Sass stylesheets and set up Bundling and Minification...
Formatters in ASP.NET MVC 6
Filip Woj. shows how formatters work in ASP.NET MVC 6, describes the 9 pre-defined formatters, and shows how you can customize them.
ASP.NET 5 Overview
Nice summary of ASP.NET 5 from Tom FitzMacken, explaining the top features and why they're useful.
Utilize HTML5 ContentEditable in ASP.NET MVC to Edit View Content
Bipin Joshi points out that you can use HTML5 ContentEditable and jQuery to use one view to both display and edit data in ASP.NET MVC.
Get Started with ASP.NET MVC TagHelpers
Jeff Fritz explains how tag helpers work, then shows how to create a custom tag helper to display a Kendo date picker.
Announcing ASP.NET 5 features in Visual Studio 2015 Preview and VS2013 Update 4
Xinyang Qiu provides all of the details on the the releases of Visual Studio 2015 Preview and VS2013 Update 4.
NuGet Package of the Week - Courtesy Flush to flush buffers earlier and optimize time to first byte
Scott Hanselman points out a really useful NuGet package from Nik Molnar that allows you to flush the head content of an ASP.NET MVC view so the browser can get started loading resources while the...
A/B Testing with Azure Websites
Tom Hollander points out a really useful feature in Azure Websites that makes it easy to compare user response between two versions of your website.
Exciting Things About ASP.NET vNext Series: Middlewares and Per Request Dependency Injection
Tugberk Ugurlu explains a nice feature in ASP.NET vNext middleware, showing both the wrong and correct way to implement it in your code.
Creating an ASP.NET vNext Docker Container using Mono
Interesting post from Ahmet Alp Balkan and Ross Gardler describing how to create a Docker container that hosts an ASP.NET vNext application using Mono.