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By Matt Mombrea
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.NET Core Data Protection One of the main benefits of building a new .NET project using .NET Core is cross platform deployment, however, IIS will still be a common home for ASP.NET Core web applications. In netcore 2.0 MVC applications, a transparent feature that is configured during app Startup is Data Protection. Data Protection provides … Continue reading "[SOLVED] Using…

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By Cypress North
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While the 2016 calendar winds down, we’ve been hard at work finishing projects big and small for our amazing clients. One of those projects has been a revamped website for HHL Architects, a prominent Buffalo-based architectural firm in Buffalo’s historic Allentown district. The work of HHL Architects spans across all facets of design including the famous Darwin Martin … Continue reading "New Website…

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By Cypress North
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With more than 30 years of experience  in the business (and a flawless reputation in the area), D.V. Brown & Associates has cemented themselves as a staple in the WNY area. They found themselves with a website that outlived its lifespan and called on us to deliver a website that properly construed their company, philosophy … Continue reading "New Site…

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By Matt Mombrea
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Running Nginx and PHP-FPM is a pretty great setup for the most part. One thing we’ve struggled with on occasion however are some problems with unclear error messages and non-obvious solutions. One of those instances involved the following generic error message in the nginx logs: 500 Internal Server Error,readv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) … Continue reading "500 Internal…

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By Greg Finn
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Choosing a content management system (CMS)  is possibly the most important decision that you’ll make when building a website. The age old question is which direction should you take ? We’ll let the cat out of the bag now and inform you that there is no definitive answer anywhere in this post. However, there are … Continue reading "Open Source…

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By Matt Mombrea
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Google Volley is awesome. If you’re an Android developer and you’ve done AsyncTask and HttpClient stuff (and there is no avoiding it), prepare for a huge relief once you get up and running with Volley. All of the leg work has been handled for you when it comes to managing the threads, dealing with a … Continue reading "Setting up…

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By Jon Nalewajek
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Today, Google announced the new Android Studio IDE at its annual Google I/O conference. It looks to be a great improvement over Eclipse, especially when developing apps for different screen sizes such as phones and tablets. However, if you are running Windows 7 or Windows 8, you may have issues running the application. Several users … Continue reading "Android Studio…

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By Matt Mombrea
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As an avid internet connoisseur you’ve likely seen Google’s notorious “Danger: Malware Ahead” warning that curbs traffic, kills profit and effectively shuts down a site for Chrome users. So how does it happen? Well, at any given moment, your website is being scoped and probed by malicious robots on the other side of the planet. These bots, … Continue reading "Hacked? Here’s…

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