Monthly Archives: March 2014

Creating The Family Page – Part 4, User Accounts–Cleaning up

This will be a short and a bit boring post – it is about cleaning up. Last time we expanded on the IdentyUser Object. I also told that we are not going to use the external log in code (that is … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page–Part 3, User Accounts–expanding the IdentyUser

The next couple of posts we will talk about user accounts. This time we will look at expanding the information stored on the user account. First we will take a look at how user account data is stored. As mentioned … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page – Part 2, Getting started

Last time I described what I want to do. This time I will: Create the basic web site from a template. Install the necessary frameworks Remove the parts of the template that I don’t want. Publish web site to Windows … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page – Part 1, Setting the Scene

This is the first post in a series where I will create a new website for my family. While doing it I will blog about my progress. Normally I do backend stuff or LOB applications with WPF or Windows Forms. … Continue reading

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