HBD.Mef.Mvc Enhancement For WebApi

Like the previous post, I have introduced a Workspace for Web Mvc and along with the post, AzureNotes Module was provided as an example. Now in this post, I would like to update you the new version 1.0.5 of HBD.Mef.Mvc. From this version, it will support the WebApi technology that allows developing a similar Workspace […]

Nuget Packager Unsupported Framework Issue on VSTS

I was facing an Unsupported Framework issue with Nuget packager on Visual Studio Team Service Online (VSTS) when porting my HBD Framework to the .Net Standard. I had been mad with this issue in a couple of days, and eventually, I found a solution to fix it. Let me explain about the problem and the solution. So […]

Start and Stop Azure VMs Using Microsoft Flow

You have a few VMs on Azure and not ordered to be accessible at 24/7. However, you regularly forget to turn it off after use. As you know, keep the VMs running idly on Azure is wasted. So if you are looking for a tool that helps you to turn off your VM without login […]

Why Workspace? Why Mef? What HBD?

As recently, I’d shared a few libraries that allow developing a Workspace, and many people asked me, What is Workspace and Why should We care about it? So, I come up with this post to share a few advantages of the Workspace. I’m not talking about disadvantage here because every Framework has the pros and […]

The Mef for MVC and Azure DocumentDb Demonstration 

As I’d already shared the Mef libraries for WPF, WinForms and Console Application. So In this post, I would like to share one more Mef library for .Net MVC. As you may know, The MVC is supporting Areas that allow developing a set of Views, Controllers, and Resources (Images, CSS and Javascript) inside Areas folder. However, […]

The WPF Workspace – Quick Start

Nuget Package: PM> Install-Package HBD.WPF.Shell As the Workspace for WPF had been introduced a few day back. So is this post I would like to show you how to get started with that application. I.  Module Implementation. 1. Add New Project Open Visual Studio and create a new WPF User Control Library project with project name is WPF.Demo.Module. […]