Jeff Fritz

Microsoft MVP in ASP.Net and Developer Advocate for Telerik

Jeffrey T. Fritz is a Microsoft MVP in ASP.Net, an ASP Insider and Developer Advocate for Telerik with more than a decade of experience writing and delivering large scale multi-tenant web applications. After building applications with ASP, ASP.NET and now ASP.NET MVC, he is crazy about building web sites for all sizes on any device. You can read more from Jeffrey on his personal blog or on Twitter at @csharpfritz.

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Make ASP.NET Web Forms Feel Native with KendoUI Mobile

In 1965, a patent was filed for a synthetic grass product that would go on to be implemented in the world’s first indoor baseball stadium.

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on September 02, 2014

Microsoft’s Special K – An Introduction to ASP.NET vNext

At TechEd, Microsoft took the wraps off of the new ASP.NET server-side components in a package they’re calling ASP.NET vNext.

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on September 02, 2014

Make ASP.NET Web Forms Feel Native with KendoUI Mobile

In 1965, a patent was filed for a synthetic grass product that would go on to be implemented in the world’s first indoor baseball stadium. The following year, the Houston Astrodome opened and was instantly famous for its green carpet that simulated grass.

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on September 03, 2014

Audio, Video and the Cloud! A wrap up of the Q3 2013 AJAX webinar

On Monday, October 28th, I presented a webinar demonstrating the cool new controls, and some of the great features that are now available in the 2013 Q3 release of the Telerik AJAX controls.

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on September 03, 2014

March '15

Web Forms, MVC, Web API, SignalR. How can I choose just ONE?

Every day there are new inventions and new techniques, quickly pushing aside the older generation in favor of the new and shiny. ASP.NET is no different, with the addition of MVC, WebPages, WebAPI, SignalR, and SPA frameworks. Each one of these frameworks added something new to the ASP.NET landscape and made software developers ask themselves: Do I re-write my website to use “technology x”?

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