Monthly Archives: June 2010

Using ModelMetaData in ASP.Net MVC 2 to wire up sweet jQuery awesomeness

I recently came up with an approach to wiring up some jquery plugins that modify the behavior of standard input text boxes.  The approach is not original by any means.I got the idea from the built in client side validation … Continue reading 

Posted in Asp.Net MVC, jQuery, mvc | 5 Comments

Using Mercurial as a local repository for Team Foundation Server / Start Front’N

This post covers how to setup mercurial(HG) as are local source control repository to sit in front of a Team Foundation Server . I am not going to go into the details of why you would want to run this … Continue reading 

Posted in mercurial, source control, TFS | 7 Comments

Setting up automatic test runs after compilation in VS2010

I lifted some scripts from the interwebs so that after every compilation in visual studio unit tests are automatically run.  I have been a long supporter of the TestDriven.Net addin and Resharper but I found auto running unit tests to … Continue reading 

Posted in .Net, agile, VS2010 | 6 Comments