HTML5 Support by browser from html5test.com ( http://html5test.com/compare/browser/firefox-25/ie-11/chrome-31/opera-18.html ):
Chrome 31: 503
Opera 18: 499
FF 25: 447
IE 11: 377
Pathetic! Please catch up and don't shine us on with "the standards are still evolving." I'm **still** waiting on HTML5 input types (e.g., color picker). ... and how about Ogg, MPEG4, and WebM support?2 votes
This is the UserVoice place for our server-side technology ASP.NET. It has nothing to do with Internet Explorer. Please create a Connect bug instead at http://connect.microsoft.com
I would like to see some pre-processing for CSS files in ASP.NET vNext, ie. to be able to define own constants/variables (like colors, font-sizes, border-sizes, etc.), define macros, etc. LESS might be good inspiration.15 votes
We’re not writing our own version of LESS/SASS/Stylus. Just use one of them. We even have a very nice LESS editor in VS
This has been on my to do list, but I haven't had time to create a VS package to do it.
It would be really nice to sort CSS classes alphabetically (I do this by hand now), and then create an 'Alphabet Bar' that lists the letters A-Z at the top.
If you know you are looking for a class called '.userphoto' you could click the 'U' and be scrolled to the correct place in the document.6 votes
Sorting classes/selectors alphabetically destroys the cascading order of your CSS file. This is a very bad idea. You can use Web Essentials to sort your properties.
Currently there is no support for writing .skin files - syntax highlighting or IntelliSense.1 vote
Thanks, but .skin files are almost never used anymore
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.
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. :)
Please include the support for SSI. This may help the developers and the designers to interactively work with layouts of non-dynamic/static website projects. Thanks.11 votes
The ASP.NET development server (Cassini) is no longer shipped in Visual Studio
Please have VS stop caching the wpp.targets file so we don't have to restart VS every time we make a change.1 vote
Hi Colin, this is an issue between Visual Studio and MSBuild itself. The Web project system does not have the opportunity to resolve this.
There is an existing item for this at http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/suggestions/2682126-give-me-a-way-to-flush-the-msbuild-targets-cache. Please up vote that item to indicate interest.
$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
This UserVoice forum is specific to ASP.NET issues. Please try posting your suggestion here:
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.
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.
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