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Using SpecsFor.Mvc with Windows Authentication

Numerous people have requested that I put together a sample that illustrates how to use SpecsFor.Mvc with Windows Authentication.  Guess what’s in this post? More...

SpecsFor.Mvc 4.5.0 Released!

A new build of SpecsFor.Mvc is now available on NuGet!  This release was made possible by contributions from the community, so a big “Thank You!” goes out to henkeson and neuhoffm!  Their contributions added support for: Project configurations that have non-standard solution locations (just call Solution.Named() or pass in the path to your solution directly!) UrlShouldMapTo and UrlMapsTo are now case-insensitive by default, but you can change this behavior if you want! You can change the Output path, which makes it possible to use SpecsFor.Mvc with multiple web projects at ... [More]

Simple Server-Client Pub-Sub using SignalR

The Pub-Sub pattern is a great way to keep interested parties up-to-date on changes in state.  For web applications, sometimes the thing you want to track state on lives on the server, and the interested parties live on the client.  Using SignalR, you can easily propagate events out to interested clients without spamming uninterested clients.  Here’s how to do it. More...

Intro to .NET Unit & Integration Testing with SpecsFor–Now on InfoQ!

My latest ramblings on SpecsFor are now available on InfoQ.  If you’re curious about SpecsFor and what it can do, my hope is that this article will enlighten you!