ASP.NET

ASP.NET Web Forms Model Binding – My Favorite ASP.NET 4.5 Feature 

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I have been working on this blog posting for over 2-3 weeks, by far one of the longest writes of any posting that I’ve done in the past. The reason for this is that I’m writing about a concept that you should already be aware of which is the inclusion of Model Binding Support for Web Forms in ASP.NET 4.5. You can find a number of resources out there that talk about this, including this amazing tutorial series. So why do I feel the need to spend so much of my time writing about this feature? Well read on to find out!

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Creating an ASP.NET 4.5 File Security Process 

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Often when working with web applications it is necessary to secure access to documents or other user supplied resources.  If you look online you will find a number of different recommendations on how to accomplish this.  Some will recommend a HTTP Handler, some will recommend a simple ASPX, others will have other random ideas.  Regardless of the actual implementation there is always a common area of mixed recommendation, once you have validated that the user has the proper permissions to access the resource, how do you get the item to the user?  In this post I'll discuss a new API that is publicly available in .NET 4.5 that helps with one problem area.

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jQuery and Clicking an ASP.NET Linkbutton 

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As a web developer one common request is to make sure that the interfaces we build out for users look the best that they can and also provide users with the best experience both via the keyboard and mouse.  As part of this we will often have areas of conflict.  This post is going to cover one common scenario that will impact users that mi...

Improve Performance with Static File Caching 

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This post will be the first of what will be many posts with regards to application performance. After giving a number of presentations over the last 1-2 years, including one this evening in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area I've decided that some of these tips/tricks that I have with regards to improving application performance should really get put out here so people can find them and make the improvements to their applications. Going forward all of these posts will be categorized with at least the "Performance" category and then others that identify what systems are benefited by the changes. The subject of this post is Static Content Caching.

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Causing a Specific Control to Postback 

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I was recently debugging an issue with a form where the user wanted the "enter" button when pressed in a textbox to trigger a specific ASP.NET button to postback to the server.  I have done similar things in the past with a method that changes for the pressing of Character 13 which is the enter key, then finding the buttion by id and then continuing on.  Well recently I found out that depending on the structure you can still get some "interesting" results.  So I went looking for a different method, and came up with the following.

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Simple IIS Performance Improvement 

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I know that many of the readers of this blog manage their own webservers and i have a helpful tip to share about improving the initial load time of your webserver.  Although this modification I am recommending is a SMALL change and has a small impact, it is still worth doing as it will improve the performance and reduce the amount of work that IIS has to do.

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