$expand is missing from WebAPI OData. Please add this common sense functionality. I love the idea of WebAPI from Microsoft, but seriously? You want the client to make multiple calls to get the same data it can get in one call...lame.3 votes
Closing this one as a duplicate of http://aspnet.uservoice.com/forums/147201-asp-net-web-api/suggestions/2683112-support-select-and-expand-odata-operators.
The printing icon is only visible in Internet Explorer. In all other browsers the print icon is missing.3 votes
Printing is a browser feature not an ASP.NET issue.
Add the speech and TTS API from windows phone to the windows store apps.
I was very suprised they are not in there?3 votes
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Resource Management in MVC 4 and Web Pages 2 will replace the need to use @section to register scripts and other resources. If you have other needs for @section in partials, I’ll re-open this one.
Nuget package manager installs quickly and the cleanup when the package is not needed any more becomes cumbersome if the installed package has done a lot of configuration changes in the config files. A better and cleaner way of doing uninstall is required.10 votes
NuGet supports uninstallation, as @stimpy77 noted. If you think there may be an issue in NuGet, please file a bug on the NuGet project site (http://nuget.codeplex.com/)
Every implementation that uses System.Web.Razor for their own rendering needs ends up reimplementing or copying over the code to support the @model directive from the ASP.NET MVC project. The tooling additionally requires a reference to System.Web.Mvc in order to work, even if it's not an MVC project.23 votes
@model is deeply tied to the MVC view model so this wouldn’t really make sense. As another option, you could try incorporating System.Web.Mvc as a binary reference to simplify things a bit.
I'm using ASP.NET 4.5 application running on IIS 8 (Windows 8 RTM x64). Settings in Web.config are following:
<httpRuntime executionTimeout="2400" maxRequestLength="2147483647" />
Pipeline mode is "Integrated". Then I'm using the latest function in ASP.NET 4.5 to disable the request-length limit: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh195568.aspx
Here is what I'm getting:
PUT http://localhost:8090/000006.vmdk HTTP/1.1
400 Bad Request
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2012 13:00:34 GMT
Files over 2 GB can not be uploaded on this site. Is it possible at all and how?20 votes
The recommended approach is for the client to split the file and upload the chunks (smaller than 2GB) and then reassemble them on the server.
Please file this under http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/ where general VS suggestions go.
Is it possible to add/remove break points in each methods of a class or file in single click. If so then it will be very beneficial for those who want to modify existing code and want to know the flow of an Application.
Can you please post this on http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio where Visual Studio suggestions go.
Can you please put this over on http://visualstudio.uservoice.com as that user voice site is for general tooling.
Note that declined == moved to project site issue tracker
Allow more granular control for configuring which transforms and optimizations occur for a bundle that is not dependent solely on Debug or Release configurations.
This would allow bundles to have transforms that could run regardless of configuration state if the developer chooses, or based on other logic conditions.
Possible usage: replace a token in a script representing a URL for AJAX calls with an AppSetting value that changes per build configuration (e.g., a separate URL for Development/QA/Production environments).
Possible usage: control error messaging levels in script files in a more granular fashion.1 vote
Note that declined == moved to project site issue tracker
Currently System.Web.HttpContext.Items property is a non-generic Dictionary.
Make it generic Dictionary<object> please.6 votes
This would be a breaking change to the Framework and thus we can’t change it.
check the url and the laptop shown in image look like Apple mac nor Windows.1 vote
If it was a Mac it would have an Apple Logo on the back or a sticker covering it. :)
it was pointed out , that from proposed syntax is not obvious ,that server processing is invoked.
<link href="styles/css" rel="Stylesheet"/>
<script src="scripts/js" />
To highlight the server processing is involved:
1. runat="server" should be added
2. as well as name of the parameter should be explicit
<link bundle="styles/*.css" rel="Stylesheet" runat="server" />
< script bundle="scriptst/*.js" runat="server" />
< script bundle="customBundle" runat="server" />1 vote
The cue to the server for server side processing in Web optimization doesn’t come from looking at the raw HTML markup. In the case of MVC/Web pages, it comes from the Razor helper methods; in the case of Web Forms, it comes from the server control declarations (which would have runat=‘server’ attributes). However, even in the case of Web forms, bundle declaration/configuration is external to the server control – it is specified either in code (BundleConfig.cs) or in XML (Bundle.config) and simply referenced by the individual page.
i want to learn asp .net by video .by videos all can learn asp.net easly3 votes
We have a series of video’s under each tab: Web Forms, MVC and Web Pages. For someone just getting started we recommend Web Pages.
Can you provide a better description of what feature or functionality you would like us to add in the future?
Same for AsyncController, ApiController need a AsyncApiController.3 votes
You can a actually implement Task-based async actions on an ApiController, so there really is no need for a separate AsyncApiController. The entire Web API stack is inherantly async. Also as of MVC 4 you no longer need to use the AsyncController in MVC, the normal controller class now supports Async.
There should be an ability to catch multiple exceptions in catch block rather more than one catch. May be i just want to show a single message rather than specified messages for each exception. e.g.
Catch(NullRefernceexception || Filenotfoundexception || anyother exeption ex)
//Do something here
Please not i just used exception names just for the sake of example.1 vote
This UserVoice site is about ASP.NET and not about C#, you would need to go to visualstudio.uservoice.com for this request. Note you can achieve what you want by catching the generic exception and then doing a switch on type. See: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/136035/catch-multiple-exceptions-at-once
Add code snippets for adding controls and other predefined xaml syntax, very much like the snippets for html3 votes
This user voice site is focused on ASP.NET and the technologies around it. You should post this request on visualstudio.uservoice.com in order to reach the teams responsible for XAML.
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