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Microsoft Unity Succinctly
by Ricardo Peres
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Incorporate Microsoft Unity when writing enterprise applications.

Twitter Bootstrap 3 Succinctly
by Peter Shaw
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Learn the new and improved features in the latest version of Twitter Bootstrap.

Linux Succinctly
by Jason Cannon
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Learn the basics of working with files, directories, and permissions in the Linux operating system.

BizTalk Succinctly
by Rui Machado
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Learn the basics of message routing and business process automation with BizTalk Succinctly.

Windows Azure Websites Succinctly
by Kyle Burns
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Learn how to use Microsoft Windows Azure to quickly and simply host data-driven websites.

SSIS Succinctly
by Rui Machado
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Learn how to use SSIS to develop data integration, migration, and consolidation projects.

Machine Learning Using C# Succinctly
by James McCaffrey
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Learn how to apply different machine learning techniques to data analysis problems.

SharePoint 2013 App Model Succinctly
by Fabio Franzini
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Learn to design and deploy apps with the newest SharePoint development model.

ServiceStack Succinctly
by Zoran Maksimovic
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Learn how to use ServiceStack, the fast, simplified, open source alternative to other web service frameworks.

Prism 4 Succinctly
by Eric Stitt
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Reduce the amount of work needed to produce well-designed solutions by mastering Microsoft Prism 4.

Regular Expressions Succinctly
by Joe Booth
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Use regular expressions to quickly solve basic programming problems in Microsoft Visual Studio.

Imperative to Functional Programming Succinctly
by Marc Clifton
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Learn the main concepts behind functional programming such as currying, partial application, and monads, and how to combine functional programming with your imperative programming projects.

Localization for .NET Succinctly
by Jonas Gauffin
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Learn to write applications that support different languages and cultures.

MATLAB Succinctly
by Dmitri Nesteruk
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Learn the essential skills needed to use the flexible MATLAB system.

NHibernate Succinctly
by Ricardo Peres
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Master the intricacies of NHibernate, an established and powerful Object/Relational Mapper (ORM).

PowerShell Succinctly
by Rui Machado
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Learn to leverage a variety of PowerShell commands to invoke scripts that work with existing frameworks, including .NET and XML, to optimize productivity.

Android Programming Succinctly
by Ryan Hodson
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Navigate the key requirements for designing an Android application with Android Programming Succinctly as your guide.

Entity Framework Code First Succinctly
by Ricardo Peres
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Master the newest development mode for Entity Framework.

MongoDB Succinctly
by Agus Kurniawan
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Learn how to use MongoDB, the popular open-source database system.

R Succinctly
by Barton Poulson
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Begin developing your mastery of the powerful R programming language.

Neural Networks Using C# Succinctly
by James McCaffrey
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Neural networks are on the cutting-edge of software development.

HDInsight Succinctly
by James Beresford
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Master the higher-level languages and other features necessary to process data with HDInsight.

LightSwitch Mobile Business Apps Succinctly
by Jan Van der Haegen
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Single-page, HTML apps are a snap with LightSwitch, and mobile is no problem too.

BI Solutions Using SSAS Tabular Model Succinctly
by Parikshit Savjani
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Inform the decision-making process by building BI solutions with tabular data models in SSAS.

Twitter Bootstrap Succinctly
by Peter Shaw
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Design attractive, consistent UIs with Twitter Bootstrap.

AngularJS Succinctly
by Frederik Dietz
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Perform common tasks and overcome common problems in Angular.js.

Visual Studio 2013 Succinctly
by Alessandro Del Sole
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Familiarize yourself with the revised features of Visual Studio 2013 and Windows 8.1 integration.

Windows Phone 8 Development Succinctly
by Matteo Pagani
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Build Windows Phone 8 apps that make the most of the operating system and hardware.

Node.js Succinctly
by Agus Kurniawan
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Use Node.js to create faster network and server-side applications on any scale, improve your existing database applications, or create web apps with JSON data.

Direct3D Succinctly
by Chris Rose
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Build on your knowledge of C++ and Direct2D to develop fully 3-D games and applications.

SQL Server Analysis Services Succinctly
by Stacia Misner
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Develop business intelligence solutions with SQL Server Analysis Services.

Assembly Language Succinctly
by Chris Rose
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Maximize data processing speeds through x64 assembly language.

ASP.NET Web API Succinctly
by Emanuele DelBono
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Microsoft's ASP.NET Web API simplifies data delivery through HTTP.

Visual Studio Add-Ins Succinctly
by Joe Booth
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Increase your efficiency in Visual Studio by writing custom add-ins.

Postgres Succinctly
by Peter Shaw
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Learn how to use the long-standing, open-source Postgres database management system.

Direct2D Succinctly
by Chris Rose
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Use Direct2D, the graphics card, and a little Direct3D to create high-performance charts.

Windows Azure SQL Reporting Succinctly
by Stacia Misner
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Learn how to set up a Windows Azure SQL Database server, develop reports, and manage it all in the cloud.

Unit Testing Succinctly
by Marc Clifton
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Learn the basics of unit testing and different ways to implement it.

TypeScript Succinctly
by Steve Fenton
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Jump into Microsoft's open-source superset of JavaScript with TypeScript Succinctly.

WPF Succinctly
by Buddy James
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Create applications with stunning UI while separating your front end from your business logic and data.

iOS Succinctly
by Ryan Hodson
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The companion to Objective-C Succinctly, and your practical introduction to developing for iOS.

Windows Store Apps Succinctly
by John Garland
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Make your transition to developing Windows Store apps as smooth as the Windows 8 UI.

Data Structures Succinctly Part 2
by Robert Horvick
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Round out your knowledge of data structures and how to work with them in the second volume of the Data Structures Succinctly.

GIS Succinctly
by Peter Shaw
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Learn the ins and outs of geographic information systems.

Data Structures Succinctly Part 1
by Robert Horvick
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Learn different types of data structures and how to interact with them while being mindful of their resource complexity.

Objective-C Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
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Learn Objective-C from the syntax up with detailed code samples and much more.

F# Succinctly
by Robert Pickering
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If you've never tried your hand at functional programming, or are simply looking for a new tool to add to your skill set.

Knockout.js Succinctly
by Ryan Hodson
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The Knockout JavaScript library is an invaluable tool for building dynamic, data-bound web UIs with minimal code.

C++ Succinctly
by Michael McLaughlin
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Author Michael McLaughlin walks you through C++ from types and functions to lambda expressions and the standard C++ library while relating these concepts to their parallels in C#.

ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile Websites Succinctly
by Lyle Luppes
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Learn how to create mobile friendly websites using the powerful MVC 4 framework.

LightSwitch Succinctly
by Jan Van der Haegen
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Visual Studio LightSwitch may be one of the most under-utilized development tools.

JavaScript Succinctly
by Cody Lindley
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If you’re an intermediate JavaScript developer, JavaScript Succinctly is the book for you.

HTTP Succinctly
by Scott Allen
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With HTTP Succinctly, you’ll learn all about something you use on a daily basis.

PDF Succinctly
by Ryan Hodson
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PDF Succinctly is your primer for understanding the components of PDF.

Git Succinctly
by Ryan Hodson
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With Git Succinctly by Ryan Hodson, you can get up and running with one of the fastest-spreading revision control systems out there.

jQuery Succinctly
by Cody Lindley
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jQuery Succinctly was written to express, in short-order, the concepts essential to intermediate and advanced jQuery development.

How To : ASP.NET vNext : Step by Step Setup on Mac and console app

ASP.NET vNext Step by Step setup on Mac and console app

I have put together a sequence of continuous steps for running vNext on your Mac

  1. Open Terminal
  2. Install Ruby
  3. Install Homebrew by running:
    1. ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
    2. brew install wget
  4. Run the brew command to tap the ASP.NET vNext related git repositories
    1. brew tap aspnet/k
    2. To delete the previous tap commands
      1. brew untap aspnet/k
  5. Run install for KVM to install the latest KRE package
    1. brew install kvm
  6. Run the following if kvm is not recognized by terminal
    1. source kvm.sh
  7. Switch directories.  Replace {username} with your username.
    1. cd /users/{username}/Documents
  8. Make a new directory
    1. mkdir C#
    2. cd C#
  9. Use vi to create a new file called Program.cs
    1. vi Program.cs
    2. :i
    3. using System;

      public class Program
      {
      public static void Main()
      {
      Console.WriteLine("Hello World");
      }
      }
    4. press ESC
    5. :w
    6. press ESC
    7. :q!
  10. Use vi to create a new file called project.json
    1. vi project.json
    2. :i
    3. {
      "dependencies": {

      },
      "frameworks": {
      "aspnet50": {},
      "aspnetcore50": {
      "dependencies": {
      "System.Console": “4.0.0-beta-*”
      }
      }
      }
      }
    4. press ESC
    5. :w
    6. press ESC
    7. :q!
  11. Run the kpm restore command.
    1. kpm restore
  12. Run the program
    1. k run
References:

vNext home page is http://www.asp.net/vnext

vNext Source code is https://github.com/aspnet/home

vNext Wiki is https://github.com/aspnet/Home/wiki


Mac ASP.NET vNext Development Tools

ASP.NET vNext Tools for Mac

Atom.IO

A hackable text editor developed by Github



Sublime

Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose.
You'll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance.

http://www.sublimetext.com/3

Sublime extension for ASP.NET vNext

https://github.com/ligershark/kulture/

Omnisharp

OmniSharp is a family of Open Source projects, each with one goal - To enable great .NET development in YOUR editor of choice.

http://www.omnisharp.net/

Innovation : ASP.NET vNext

What is ASP.NET vNext?

It's the next generation of ASP.NET built by Microsoft that can be ran on Linux, Mac and of course Windows.  ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web API in ASP.NET vNext are becoming a single unified framework.

The vNext home page is http://www.asp.net/vnext

The vNext Source code is https://github.com/aspnet/home

The vNext Wiki is https://github.com/aspnet/Home/wiki

Minimum Requirements

Getting Started

Github DotNet
- https://github.com/dotnet

I'm excited to try it with Mac and Linux.  I think the opportunities will be endless

Related Articles:

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/IntroducingASPNETVNext.aspx

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/AnnouncingNET2015NETasOpenSourceNETonMacandLinuxandVisualStudioCommunity.aspx

http://news.microsoft.com/2014/11/12/microsoft-takes-net-open-source-and-cross-platform-adds-new-development-capabilities-with-visual-studio-2015-net-2015-and-visual-studio-online/

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/somasegar/archive/2014/11/12/opening-up-visual-studio-and-net-to-every-developer-any-application-net-server-core-open-source-and-cross-platform-visual-studio-community-2013-and-preview-of-visual-studio-2015-and-net-2015.aspx

Visual Studio 2013 : Compile Errors for System.Linq and System.Data.Entity

Visual Studio 2013 Compile Errors

  • Error 1 - 'System.Linq.IQueryable<int>' does not contain a definition for 'FirstOrDefaultAsync' and no extension method 'FirstOrDefaultAsync' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Linq.IQueryable<int>' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
  • Error 2 - 'System.Data.Entity.DbSet<MyApp.Models.MyClass>' does not contain a definition for 'CountAsync' and no extension method 'CountAsync' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Data.Entity.DbSet<MyApp.Models.MyClass>' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
  • Error 3 - 'System.Data.Entity.DbSet<MyApp.Models.MyClass>' does not contain a definition for 'FirstOrDefaultAsync' and no extension method 'FirstOrDefaultAsync' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Data.Entity.DbSet<MyApp.Models.MyClass>' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
Fix by adding:
using System.Data.Entity;

How To : Ubuntu 14.04 : Install MEAN stack

How To Install MEAN on Ubuntu 14.04

MEAN = Mongo, Express, AngularJS, Node.js

  1. Install npm, this will install Node.js as well.
    1. sudo apt-get install npm
  2. Install MongoDb
    1. sudo apt-get install mongodb
  3. Create a symlink
    1. sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node
  4. Install Bower
    1. sudo npm install -g bower
  5. Install Grunt
    1. sudo npm install -g grunt-cli
  6. Install Latest MEAN.IO
    1. sudo npm install -g meanio@latest
  7. Initialize a new application
    1. mean init {YourNewApp}
  8. Add Dependencies
    1. cd {YourNewApp} && npm install
      1. Express
      2. Mongoose
      3. Passport
      4. AngularJS
      5. Twitter Bootstrap
      6. UI Bootstrap
  9. Run the App
    1. grunt
  10. View in browser
    1. http://YourIP:3000
Visit MEAN.IO for details