I’ve moved away from using a Git GUI to command line, I typically used GitExtensions. The reason being, it’s a little annoying having to open any GUI to make a commit and push. It is quicker to use the command line and you learn more about how Git works.
I’ve noticed that in Google Chrome and FireFox console the font file resources .woff throws a 404 when using @font-face CSS feature.
You will need to add a configuration to allow IIS to serve the font. In your web.config you can add the follow lines in the system.webServer block:
By applying this mimeType: application/x-font-woff for .woff will should fix this issue in Chrome and Firefox. This is the mimeType they request and IIS can’t work out which file type is should serve until it registered in the web.config or IIS.
Building on what Phil Haack wrote a while ago to test your mvc routing. It is important to test your routing as it controls exactly where the users will go when they make a request. Especially if you have to maintain a complex CMS framework.
How do you go about choosing whether to develop a mobile site or responsive website? I would say its depends on what you are trying to achieve and with all the hype over responsive design you might sway in favour of that. In this post I discuss some benefits and negatives about both options which hopefully will help you come to a better decision.
Less is an excellent tool for any developer to help mange CSS code. SASS is also a great tool that does a similar job but this post is focused on LESS and bundling it with your ASP.NET MVC web application.