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  1. ASP.NET Identity membership DB Tool to mangage users, roles needed

    A simple user interface tool is needed to create and manage Users and Roles with ASP.NET Identity. Please port the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool ( http://www.asp.net/web-forms/tutorials/deployment/deploying-web-site-projects/users-and-roles-on-the-production-website-cs ) to work with the new ASP.NET Identity membership DB

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    • Don't stop IIS-Express when stopping debugger with enabled Edit&Continue

      Currently if Edit & Continue is enabled (in VS 2013 Update 3 on x64) stopping the debugger always stops IIS-Express. See MS-Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev/archive/2013/07/11/enable-edit-and-continue-debugging-option-is-now-on-by-default-for-new-web-applications-in-vs2013-preview.aspx

      This is very un-handy. Please don't stop IIS-Express all the time.

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      • Asp.Net Mvc must have a view designer.

        Microsoft have to do this...

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        • Automatic Exceptions

          Generate Automatic Exceptions for every method and every event to reduce the exception errors and also give edit option for that to modify user-friendly.

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          • Allow use of built-in helpers rather than blocking them if we need to create our own.

            WHY.. in VB.NET do you prevent anyone who creates their own helpers from using any of the built in ones? This doesn't happen in C#. The fact that I can use both in C# is one of the most useful features to me, and the fact that microsoft has not only removed this feature in VB.NET, but left no solutions, workarounds or documentation I find appauling.
            Why the developers of MVC chose to create the C# version as a nice, usually-easy, implementation. Then just crap all over the VB.NET version, completely ignoring and breaking core functionality. And then refusing to…

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            • Built in ability to transform any config similar to what SlowCheetah already does.

              Currently if you want to transform any config file other than a web.config you need to use an external package called SlowCheetah, while SlowCheetah works well, currently there is a bug that causes us issues when building on a CI server. I'd like to see built in support for transformation of all config files, not just web.config files.

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              • Redesign ASP.NET providers to be asynchronous

                All providers (except InProc) work with external data sources (SQL Server, Redis, etc.). For example, when processing single HTTP request a session state store provider can make several requests to an external data source. Each request to an external data source from session state store provider blocks an ASP.NET thread, becuase System.Web.SessionStateStoreProviderBase has no async methods.
                The same is true for other providers (Output Cache Provider, Membership Provider, Profile Provider, Roles Provider). There is not much advantage in asynchronous code inside web forms or MVC controllers, if the whole ASP.NET pipeline is not asynchronous.
                Since ASP.NET supports asynchronous httpmodules, it…

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                  • should add functionals as StrongPassword attribute instead of Password, but as let to save previous password in indentity

                    I see that it's idea very good to help .NET applications become more stronger and secure

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                    • Multiple Platform Development with VS SDK

                      Microsoft should develop a robust SDK which will capable to develop apps for Android, iPhone, Windows etc. so it can work across multiple platforms. This is a way Microsoft can become best development tools provider in the market.Somewhere, It should work like xamarin.com tool.

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                      • Include asp.net vnext globalized application template

                        In visual studio 14, it is time that we can start to see some startup project including real globalization features, with resource file and built-in globalized validation server side and client side

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                        • Allow me to extend Visual Studio so I can use it to edit *any* file by adding Text Highlighter Extension.

                          For example, I have Cold Fusion files (*.cfm) and I want to be able to add all of their supported syntax. I found one that someone developed (http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/a6932e93-c163-45d6-9992-2fca1b1fe4fd), however it only satifies certain extensions. It would be great, and make much more sense, if we could just create our own within Visual Studio.

                          Thank you for considering this

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                          • ASP.NET Identity: Add ability to have different token lifespan for different purposes

                            We're generating tokens for password resets and user invites/registration using the GeneratePasswordResetTokenAsync() and GenerateUserTokenAsync() methods exposed by the UserManager class, respectively. We'd like to be able to have a different lifespan for each of those token types (e.g. 20 minutes for password resets and 1 week for user invites/registration). However, the DataProtectorTokenProvider class only has a single TokenLifespan that is used for all purposes.

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                            • Derechos Humanos Del Mundo"Igualdad=Desarrollo Humano Del Mundo"Igualdad"

                              Derechos Humanos Del Mundo"Igualdad=Desarrollo Humano Del Mundo"Igualdad"

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                                • Enable subdomain routing support in MVC

                                  Everyone who need this feature has implemented their own workaround for this. Can we have the framework support for routing based on sub domains?

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                                  • Html helpers htmlAttributes way to pass raw strings

                                    There is no way to pass raw data into html helpers which have htmlAttributes. For example:
                                    @Html.LabelFor(model => model.RegistrationDate, new { data_init = "{\"min\": \"2000-01-01\"}" })
                                    will produce:
                                    <label data-init="{&quot;min&quot;: &quot;2000-01-01&quot;}" for="RegistrationDate">Registration date</label>

                                    It would be good to be able pass raw data in some cases not for every html helper as described here:
                                    http://forums.asp.net/p/1554455/3818604.aspx

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                                    • ClientSideDataSource

                                      Develop something LIke SqlDataSource but client side: It would make a lot faster to control great amount of data using GridView, FormView, DetailsView, etc.

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                                      • WebApplicationLibrary

                                        Now you can not create a reference to another project (webApplication or ClassLibrary) that has non compiled files (aspx, ascx, cshtml, js, css, config, etc.), which are usually published on the server as is.

                                        More precisely, you can create a reference, but when you start the application, these files will not be found, because located in a different directory.

                                        For example, if the project A and project B (WebApplication) contains same cshtml-files, they could be placed in a separate project (WebApplicationLibrary?).

                                        Usually it is necessary to separate one large project into several smaller projects (modules).
                                        Something similar is used in…

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                                        • Implement Async/Await in Webform IN A PRACTICAL WAY

                                          I really like async/await, but I can't say I am impressed with the way it has been implemented in webforms. If I understand correctly RegisterAsyncTask doesn't give you any control on when the code is executed in the execution pipeline (and not even available within master pages!). I am sure there must be a simpler way. Why use events in the first place? Webforms are really not forms, and all these methods could really be functions returning a task, why do they need to be voids returning event handlers? Why not let users define Task functions that will be called…

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