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michael Acker 18/04/2013 18:49
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SINGHXLb 10/04/2013 21:15
In response to The SimpleMembershipProvider, Secure Passwords And The Crypto Helper
Thanks Mike but i have one question what are values for SaltSize and PBKDF2SubkeyLength ?...
Isaac Koss 09/04/2013 21:55
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Unfortunately this does not work in MVC 4. Do you have any ideas on how to do this in MVC 4? Thanks...
Satyabrata Mohapatra 05/04/2013 12:19
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Sir, Today i got the book "Beginning ASP.NET Web Pages with WebMatrix". It is a fantastic book !!...
Boyd Campbell 04/04/2013 20:25
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If I repopulate the grid with a brand new set of data, the WebGrid is keeping a handle on the row. I...
Derek 03/04/2013 17:35
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I am using Microsoft Access 2010 and Visual Studio 2010. What must be done to handle the case where...
Asit 01/04/2013 08:12
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waqar 01/04/2013 06:12
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Garry 31/03/2013 21:58
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This is an excellent article! Nice one @Mikesdotnetting....
Amit Jahanabadi 30/03/2013 15:54
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One of the Best Article on DI & IoC, I have ever read. Thank You!...
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There is a certain amount of debate surrounding the importance of friendly URLs in terms of Search Engine Optimisation and improving your ranking. One thing is certain - having friendly URLs helps users to identify whether the content at the end of a link to your site is likely to be relevant to them or not. This article examines how you can make use of the built-in support for Routing provided by ASP.NET Web Pages to not only create friendly URLs, but to work with parameters as well.
Mikesdotnetting - 17 December 2010 13:27
Razor Layout pages are the equivalent to MasterPages in ASP.NET Web Forms and the Web Forms View Engine within ASP.NET MVC. Just as it is possible to nest MasterPages, it is also possible to nest Razor Layout pages. This article explores the process required to achieve nesting of Layout pages using the Razor View Engine in MVC 3, or WebMatrix Web Pages sites.
Mikesdotnetting - 12 December 2010 21:52
Mikesdotnetting - 17 November 2010 15:00
Love it or loathe it, WebMatrix is here. One of the great things about this new way of developing web sites in ASP.NET is the growing selection of helpers it offers. However, there's nothing to stop you taking advantage of this goodness within your Web Forms application. Here are a couple of ways to get a Razor-based helper to appear in your aspx file.
Mikesdotnetting - 17 October 2010 09:06
My original JCrop article which looked at cropping uploaded images in ASP.NET has proven to be the most popular coding article I've ever written, with more views and comments than any other. Revisiting JCrop in the context of Web Pages gives me the opportunity to have a look at the WebImage helper, and see how that might make uploading and cropping images easier.
Mikesdotnetting - 15 October 2010 18:51
Mikesdotnetting - 10 October 2010 20:04
Your Web Pages site is under threat. There are people out there who want to break into restricted areas, download files they shouldn't have access to, mess up your database and steal your passwords. Worse still, they want to use your application as a gateway to the web server so that they can take full control over it. This article examines those threats and how you can protect your application against them.
Mikesdotnetting - 08 October 2010 19:29
WebMatrix Beta 2 was released a few days ago, and introduced a number of breaking changes which will affect the downloadable samples in my previous articles. I'm going to update the articles and their downloads when I can, but in the meantime, here are the most important changes introduced within the newer Beta release.
Mikesdotnetting - 12 September 2010 08:14
I've had a review copy of Jeffrey Richter's CLR via C#, Third Edition for some months, and it has taken until now to get round to publishing my thoughts on the book. It's not my fault. I blame the book. It made me forget why I was given a copy in the first place. Let me explain...
Mikesdotnetting - 11 September 2010 09:35
There are times when you want to query a database for records matching a range of values, but you do not know what those values are, or even how many there are at design time. You could dynamically build your WHERE clause with multiple ORs, or you can use the SQL IN clause - except that the current database helpers in WebMatrix don't make this easy. It's about time that was fixed....
Mikesdotnetting - 10 August 2010 17:23
Even though WebMatrix is still in its first Beta, there have been a few requests in forums already for examples illustrating how to create Web Pages forms powered by AJAX. Building on previous articles, I thought I'd put together a little sample that shows how to do this to add a record to a database using jQuery. Here's how it's done.
Mikesdotnetting - 08 August 2010 09:33
One of the most useful helpers provided by ASP.NET Web Pages via WebMatrix is likely to be the WebGrid, which is designed for displaying tabular data. Still in Beta 1, documentation is sparse, so here's a more detailed look the WebGrid Helper.
Mikesdotnetting - 30 July 2010 15:27
With the launch of WebMatrix, and the announcement of the new Razor View Engine for the next version of ASP.NET MVC, here's a quick guide to Razor syntax.
Mikesdotnetting - 25 July 2010 09:52
In the first of my WebMatrix articles, I mentioned that entering data via the database design forms is a bit of a pain. I also promised to look at editing data via a web page at some stage. This article keeps that promise, and looks at adding data too.