ASP.NET is a web application framework developed and marketed by Microsoft to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites and web applications. It was first released in January 2002 with version 1.0 of the .NET Framework, and is the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ...

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Dev environment different from testing environment

I'm working on a .net web app project where we develop on our personal machines, but our testing and production environments are in a corporate intranet. The problem is I run into bugs that only ...
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Object Initializer in C# problem with readability

I wonder if object initializing have some performance gain in ASP.NET website. I have an office mate that told me that object initialization is much readable and faster than constructor. But one of my ...
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Multiple visual studio projects/solutions on the go

I am working on a large asp.net app as a single developer. I will often work on a number of change requests concurrently. For example, a change required to the Finance component and a change ...
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How do I (php developer) work with an asp.net developer? [closed]

I'm a php developer working on a startup, and my friend, my partner(a developer also), who is building the startup with me, is an asp.net/C# developer. How do we work together collaboratively, as we ...
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Unit Test OR Console Application [closed]

I am to write some one-off code in c#.net that will do some db manipulation of existing records and call a third party REST Api to update those records. I proposed writing a unit test that does it. ...
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Clever way to license/obfuscate web applications until the client has paid for it

I am doing contract work for various clients and I was wondering how best to go about safeguarding myself against non-payment. The projects will be ASP.NET web applications, most likely ...
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In which cases build artifacts will be different in different environments

We are working on automation of deployment using Jenkins. We have different environments - DEV, UAT, PROD. In SVN, we are tagging each release and placing same binaries in DEV, UAT, PROD. The ...
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Asp.Net MVC Windows authentication - vulnerabilities of http vs https?

I am developing an ASP.Net MVC 3 intranet site that will use Integrated Windows Authentication exclusively. What are the vulnerabilities of the challenge/response authentication traffic being sent in ...
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Architecture For Mockable DAL On Large Projects

I have recently been reading an article about creating a blog using ASP.NET and MVC, and in the article the user splits the Data Access Layer into a separate Class Library, and creates an interface ...
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How should I describe myself on my CV? As a software developer? A software engineer? A senior developer? [duplicate]

I know this has been asked a lot, but I'd like to know what to present myself as on my CV and to future employees. I'm 24, and began as a C#/ASP.NET developer after graduating from University in 2010 ...
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What mindset should an ASP.NET developer have in terms of client-side vs server-side code?

I'm jumping back into ASP.NET development after spending the past 7 years playing manager, dba, and winforms developer. I've dabbled with a few things web related, primarily maintenance of existing ...
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Jenkins to automate deployment of ASP.NET applications

Is there any possibility to automate/semi-automate deployments of ASP.NET web applications using Jenkins. It can be under controlled or uncontrolled environments, for uncontrolled user needs to enter ...
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XML vs SQL for content display on an ecommerce website [duplicate]

I am in process of developing an e-commerce application which is using SQL Server 2008 as a DB. I was suggested to use XML for content/product display, I bought the idea of using XML as a datasource ...
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File storage for a blog component: database or filesystem?

I'm going to develop a fairly basic re-usable blog component, with simple CRUD operations using ASP.Net. Which method of storing blog posts would be best suited to the situation in terms of ...
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Delivering and caching files in asp.net

The question is - what is an effective way to deliver files to users? Consider an asp.net application which gives an ability to view various files. A kind of image library or web file directory. Key ...
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Data transfer between “main” site and secured virtual subsite

I am currently working on a C# ASP.Net 3.5 website I wrote some years ago which consists of a "main" public site, and a sub-site which is our customer management application, using forms-based ...
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Wise way to implement a website login and database tables for a small shop

Im building this website for a small store and I was told that its better not to keep the login and the rest of the users information on the same table. Now im wondering, what is the best way to ...
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Which Agile methodology could my small team use? [duplicate]

I have a question related to Agile and small teams.. I'm currently working in a small company (25 people) which main goal is to develop computer software products. However, I'm part of small team ...
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Should I retrieve one large set of data to filter or smaller individual sets of data?

I have a company intranet that utilizes a similar set of data across many different pages and many different methods. Speaking in generalities, is it closer to "best practice" to retrieve a large ...
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What are the licencing requirements for publishing and distributing an ASP.net application

I started developing websites using PHP. I have read many times that PHP is free and open source which is an advantage over ASP.net. However, due to my current job requirements, I had to switch to ...
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Understanding unit tests/TDD for ASP.NET webforms [closed]

I'm the lead programmer at a small software firm (currently 4 developers including myself), we develop bespoke ASP.NET WebForms applications for businesses. I joined there in 2010 just after ...
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Asp MVC section and partial views

I have a question regarding ASP sections and partial views. What ser the benefit of using one over another? Because if I have a menu, i guest that it could be both as a section, but also as a ...
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ASP.NET MVC Web Site & WCF Web Service - Sharing functionalities

I have the following situation: I have to create a website and a web service that will share a part of the functionalities. This is why I do not want to write code twice. I have thought of the ...
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Designing models for a generic service layer

We are building a web interface to a tiered membership system, which will interface with a third-party CRM web service for the creation and management of accounts. The web service, unfortunately, is ...
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Microsoft's coding standards for ASP.NET controls

I cannot find any naming standards/conventions in MSDN for naming ASP.NET controls. One of the following standards tends to be used by programmers: lblAddress AddressLabel Address According to ...
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Architecture suggestions on a multi-project multi-database 'intranet'

Here is the situation I have inherited: We have approximately 10 websites (Asp.net web forms) that each have their own database. Each of these databases houses some site specific data, and each has ...
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How cache works in ServiceStack web services

I am new to caching and trying to understand how it works in general. Below is code snippet from ServiceStack website. public object Get(CachedCustomers request) { //Manually create the Unified ...
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How to avoid repetitively logging in to web site?

While developing web sites it can be annoying that I have to login to the site. Every time the session runs out I have to go through a flow like... Open logon page -> enter username/password -> click ...
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Which framework should I learn if I want to do web development in Java? Any advice? [closed]

Well, I don't have a strong background in programming. I know C, C++, some C#, some vb, and some basic java and SQL, that's it. I don't have any work experience in web development, so just consider me ...
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Web Project Class Architecture

I think this is a good question for here but I'm not 100% sure. Please flag if it's too vague. I've worked on many websites where common framework classes are overridden. Since I work mostly in ...
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What is the difference between PHP and ASP.NET Web Forms in page size?

I plan to program web applications for small companies. When I read about ASP.NET Web Forms, I liked its way of building dynamic sites. However, I have heard from a friend that Web Forms could ...
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How do ORM'S manage CRUD operations in multi thread environment

Suppose I have code which retrieves an object and modifies it and submits it via any ORM from a web application. Below is the pseudo code: First request var objCust = ...
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Is it possible to get dynamically generated html in asp.net tags using HTTP Modules?

I want to know if it is possible to write to a log/text file dynamically generated HTML in asp.net tags in an .aspx page using HTTP modules. By dynamically generated HTML, I mean the html content ...
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Re-engineering an ASP.NET AJAX project as ASP MVC

I have been asked to investigate the possibility of re-engineering an existing ASP.NET AJAX Web Application as under MVC. The project, as it stands ATM, is very heavily relient on Telerik's ASP.NET ...
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Controller layer and 3-tier architecture

What is controller layer and where we put this in our 3-tier architecture? 1)UI 2)Business Logic Layer 3)Data Access Layer I search in net but unable to get exact ans.Any links or sample example ...
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Formatting Dynamic Web Pages

A page built so that is has server side scripts implemented on the page. Should indentation of the code be according to the server side logic (making it easier to read while coding) or according to ...
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A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control

I have an abstract class called Address and I am deriving three classes ; HomeAddress, Work Address, NextOfKin address. My idea is to bind this to a usercontrol and based on the type of Address it ...
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How to make ASP .NET MVC website have a continuous process running?

This website is supposed to be a game where the players have some 'buildings' and these buildings produce resources. E.g. an iron mine may produce 30 pieces of iron ore per minute and automatically ...
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Migrating from PHP to ASP .NET MVC [closed]

I plan on migrating a website from PHP to ASP .NET MVC. However, since the website is large and this migration can't be done in a short time I plan to use both MVC and PHP pages together. So the idea ...
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One Login amongst multiple ASP.NET MVC applications Questions

I have been working on an ASP.NET MVC 4 application that uses forms based authentication. Users are validated against a membership provider based on a provider selection on the login form. For ...
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Should heavy binary files not be stored in database? [closed]

I was asked an interesting question: Should a database contains all data? Or heavy binary files should be stored in file system? Example of heavy binary files : videos or heavy pdf files (+200 MB) ...
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Overcoming circular reference

I am working on an asp.net MVC web application which contains several projects. One is BusinessObjects, which contains business logic / processes. Another is EmailGeneration which is used to send ...
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How does authentication work with ASP.NET (using Live ID and\or Windows Authentication)

I'm primarily a .NET desktop app programmer. Coming into the web world has been difficult. I'm trying to convert one of my Silverlight apps into HTML. But I'm having a hard time figuring out the ...
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Newbie ASP.NET developer being forced into MVC4 with WebForms

I recently got hired on as a new ASP.NET developer (C# code behind). When I arrived, I was told that they were moving to MVC 4, and so I bought two books on that. However, the other day I learned ...
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Were there major changes in testing practices in ASP .NET between 3.5 and 4.5?

Obviously, testing methods are language-independent. An integration test stays an integration test no matter what the technology. But platforms implement some kinds of testing support. And the ...
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Different Project Type in a Single Website

I have developed a website in asp.net and I have some additional tasks, improvements to develop. In order to get experience in asp.net/mvc, I want to create an admin panel using asp.net mvc. Is this ...
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Reporting and handling asynchronous process errors to a client

I have a product with two separate applications. The core of the product lives in the database (oracle) and runs according to a schedule. The other is a client application (currently ASP.NET MVC3) ...
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Good resources for a MVC.Net developer going back to WebForms? [closed]

Well it looks like I may be forced to build a new system in webforms after having worked exclusively in MVC for the last 3 years. Initially I didnt think this was going to be a problem except the ...
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The Jitter (the just-in-time compiler) in ASP.NET [closed]

I know that C# gets compiled to an IL then after that to a machine code depending on the machine using just-in-time compiler. My question will go to ASP.NET. Is it the same? Does it require 3 steps? ...
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Idea to develop a caching server between IIS and SQL Server

I work on a few high traffic websites that all share the same database and that are all heavily database driven. Our SQL server is max-ed out and, although we have already implemented many changes ...