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How to install Subtext (and Umbraco) using WebPI

The Italian MSDN video portal BE-IT just published the first two of a series of screencasts presenting the opensource applications available to install through the Web Platform Installer. Installing Subtext with WebPI The first one, recorded by myself, is presenting Subtext and the how to install it very quickly on a machine that doesn’t have anything on it, leveraging the automatic dependencies download feature of the WebPI. You can go and have a look at it on the BE-IT site (it’s in Italian but it’s mostly action, so might be easy to understand also for not Italian...

Webcast on ASP.NET MVC (in Italian)

I’m happy to announce that my first 3 webcasts have just been published on BE-IT, the video portal of MSDN Italy. They are the first 3 of a longer series about ASP.NET MVC, and they cover: Introduction to ASP.NET MVC - level 200 ASP.NET MVC: HTML forms – level 300 ASP.NET MVC and Ajax – level 300 They are in Italian, but they are mostly screencasts of code editing inside Visual Studio, so I think even people that understand a little of Italian will...

Video explanation of jQuery

Lately I’m trying to get deeper into jQuery and during one of mine information hunting sessions I found this awesome video presentation of jQuery, by Ben Nadel. It’s a 1h45min screencast that covers all the aspects of jQuery, from the simplest UI Effects to the more complicate Ajax requests, the powerful data() method till plugin authoring. I think it’s a very interesting presentation to watch even if you are experienced jQuery user as it explains the concepts behind it in a very clear way. In particular, I really loved how he explained closures Or you can just...