Have you met DotVVM Contrib controls?

by Michal Tichý | August 13, 2019

All DotVVM users are probably familiar with Bootstrap for DotVVM and DotVVM BusinessPack. Those easy-to-use controls are a big part of why we think of DotVVM as an easy to learn & use framework. But did you know that those two control packs have a little sibling? Let me introduce you to DotVVM Contrib controls - collection of free and open-source controls developed and maintained by our community.

Modernizing ASP.NET Web Forms applications with DotVVM

by Tomáš Herceg | July 18, 2019

DotVVM can be used to something else than just building new web apps using the MVVM approach. Thanks to its support of both old ASP.NET and new ASP.NET Core stacks, it can be an amazing tool which helps to modernize old web sites to use .NET Core.

Announcing DotVVM Adapters for ASP.NET Web Forms

by Tomáš Herceg | July 08, 2018

Today, we have released a first preview of  DotVVM.Adapters.WebForms package to the official NuGet. This package provides a basic support for hosting DotVVM pages in old ASP.NET Web Forms applications.

The power of REST API bindings

by Tomáš Herceg | April 30, 2018

The release of DotVVM 2.0 is very close and we have spent last few months by testing DotVVM 2.0 in real projects to make sure the migration process is smooth.

Developer Story: Dotvvm Coffee One Evening Idea

by Martin Bojnanský , Dobroslav Bernáth | November 16, 2017

Have you seen any DotVVM Coffee video yet? Did you wonder how and why this video series even started? I’ll be pleased to tell you more about my experience and work on these short episodes about the DotVVM framework.

Developer Story: Using Webpack in DotVVM Core project

by Maxim Dužij | November 02, 2017

Hi, my name is Maxim and I’m a .NET Developer at Riganti. Today I would like to share with you a story of how I used webpack in one of our projects and how it worked out.

Developer Story: Architecture behind the Business Pack

by Dušan Janošík | October 26, 2017

Hello, my name is Dušan. I’ve been working at RIGANTI s.r.o. for more than year now and I am the lead developer of the Business Pack project. It’s a set of professional UI controls for the DotVVM Framework that makes building business applications very easy. I will give you an insight into the architecture behind it.

Developer Story: Exploring DotVVM Ecosystem

by Tomas Jurasek | September 21, 2017

Hi, I’m Tomáš and I’m a .NET Developer at Riganti s.r.o. At the company, I have been working mostly on commercial projects that we build with the DotVVM Framework. I had my first experience with DotVVM when it was still in alpha. Sometimes it was not comfortable at all to use and we have often discussed many things with the DotVVM team to improve usage of the framework. Every iteration of the framework was better than the previous one and we were happy that we could use it more comfortably. At this point in time, we had no documentation as well, but it wasn't a big deal because learning the framework was quite easy and fast.  Nowadays it‘s even easier to learn than before because there is a lot of learning materials like videos, samples and documentation. We have a Github repositories, where we have a few samples, that show you, for example, the DotVVM integration with other technologies or some other examples.  You can always start learning from our interactive DotVVM Academy as well.

Developer Story: Focus on Customization

by Lukáš Chylík | September 05, 2017

Hello, my name is Lukas and I am a front-end developer at Riganti s.r.o. I’ve been working with the DotVVM framework for about a year now. I’ve worked with the Business Pack since its early stages of development and internal testing. Learning this technology was quite easy, at least for me. In this post, I would like to give you a closer look at this set of controls that extends the framework with many new features which make my life easier.

DotVVM apps on CloudFlare: Issues with Rocket Loader

by Tomáš Herceg | July 15, 2017

Are you running your DotVVM application through CloudFlare? Have your DotVVM page stopped working suddenly with the "A Parser-blocking, cross-origin script is invoked via document.write" error message before? Here is the insight to the problem.