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MVVM is Model-View-ViewModel Model is the server side representation of the data that your application represents View is the presentation layer the UI - HTML ViewModel is a javascript object that contains the models. The view model is a code abstraction of the UI - HTML and shouldn't have any knowlege of the HTML representation, which allows it to be ...


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First ditch the cron job. Convert the program so it has a long running loop. You don't need 60 emails an hour to tell you it's broken. To scale, compute a stable hash of the username (or any other stable attribute) of the user. Decide how many copies of the bot to run (you can change your mind about how many). We'll call this number N. Take the hash ...


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In the old days, you used <a name="whatever"> if you wanted another link to jump to a particular point on the screen. Nowadays (for a long time actually) we use the "id" attribute.


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You could imagine that some Javascript code is dynamically changing the DOM to add that missing href= attribute dynamically at runtime.


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W3Schools.com says: In HTML 4.01, the tag could be either a hyperlink or an anchor. In HTML5, the tag is always a hyperlink, but if it has no href attribute, it is only a placeholder for a hyperlink. I recommend against using an <a> tag without an href as a placeholder. Better to use <u> tags so that the broken links show up ...


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ASP.net has nothing to do with video streaming. Video streaming is achieved using intelligent video encoding and manifests in combination with a CDN. We use: Flowplayer with HLSJS (Javascript) CloudFront as the CDN Encoding.com API to encode videos. ASP.net on the backend to handle the business logic. Streaming is usually achieved via an HLS file ...


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What you're seeing in the line of code <source src="@Url.Content(Model.tbl_Video.VideoPath)" type='video/mp4' /> is just ASP.NET MVC's way to insert the correct source element into a <video> tag. ASP.NET MVC has no responsibility whatsoever in the streaming process. The browser streams the video content directly. Further Reading HTML ...



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