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Create your first RESTful service with WCF 3.5

Download/Read full PDF version of article here What is REST: REST is a term coined by Roy Fielding in his Ph.D. dissertation to describe an architecture style of networked systems. REST is an acronym standing for Representational State Transfer. Read more here about REST on my blog Problem with SOAP: In particular web scenarios, it is … Continue reading

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Building Web Services the REST Way

What is REST? REST is a term coined by Roy Fielding in his Ph.D. dissertation [1] to describe an architecture style of networked systems. REST is an acronym standing for Representational State Transfer. Why is it called Representational State Transfer? The Web is comprised of resources. A resource is any item of interest. For example, the … Continue reading

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Creating Credential Store for Form Authentication in ASP.NET 3.5

Form Authentication in ASP.NET: when we don’t want to validate user on window credential, in such cases we can take help of ASP.NET infrastructure for implementing our own authentication infrastructure which includes custom login page that validate user against credentials like database and later established security context on each request. ASP.NET leverages its framework to … Continue reading

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Understanding Security Framework Model in ASP.NET 3.5

Understanding Security Framework Model in ASP.NET 3.5 Click here to read/ download PDF version of this article. Why security is important: Security is important part of any web application development which is necessary to protect assets from unauthorized actions. This can encapsulates verifying users, granting or denying access to sensitive information, or protecting data stored … Continue reading

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Hour 4: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours

Session State Management: It is a storage mechanism that is accessible from all pages requested by a single Web browser session. Therefore, you can use session state to store user-specific information. A session is defined as the period of time that a unique user interacts with a Web application. Active Server Pages (ASP) developers who … Continue reading

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Hour 5: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours

Application State: It store global objects that can be accessed by any client. It supports the same types what session state support which are of type objects, retains information on the server, and uses the same dictionary-based syntax. Application state is based on the System.Web.HttpApplicationState class, which is provided in all web pages through the … Continue reading

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Hour 3: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours

Hour 3: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours Cookies: Cookie is one of several ways to store data about web site visitors during the time when web server and browser are not connected. They are small files That are created on the client’s hard drive (or, if they’re temporary, in the web … Continue reading

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Hour 2: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours

Query String: Points to remember: Benefits 1)    Used for passing information using a query string in the URL 2)    The query string is the portion of the URL after the question mark 3)    Query strings are lightweight and don’t exert any kind of burden on the server. 4)    Best suited in e-Commerce scenario Points to … Continue reading

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Hour 1: Understanding 5 ASP.NET State management techniques in 5 hours

What is State management: HTTP is stateless and no matter how advance application framework is, it will always remain stateless. Which is after every web request, client get disconnected from the server and all the page objects get discarded. So there should be some technique which could store information between web requests and retrieve it … Continue reading

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Create your first HTTP Handler in ASP.NET 3.5

View /download full article here What is HTTP handler: Every request into an ASP.NET application is handled by a specialized component known as an HTTP handler. The HTTP handler is the most important ingredient while handling ASP.NET requests. Examples: ASP.NET uses different HTTP handlers to serve different file types. For example, the handler for web … Continue reading

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