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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Web Forms Application (2012) Templates on Visual Studio 2010

    The release of Visual Studio 2012 included updated templates for ASP.NET WebForms, MVC and WebPages. The templates showcased the use of modern standards in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Apart from these, they also showcased social login via Twitter, Facebook etc. Scott Hanselman has a short video demonstrating...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET WebForms Model Binding – Overview

    This is the first post in the part of series around Model Binding. In this post I will introduce Model Binding integration in ASP.NET WebForms while focusing on history, benefits, principles and the integration of Model Binding. In the upcoming posts, I will be going into the details about the features...
  • Blog Post: Configuring your ASP.NET application for Microsoft OAuth account

    This post is a part of the series about how to enable and use OpenID/OAuth support that was added to the ASP.NET templates in Visual Studio 2012. In this post I am going to detail the instructions on configuring your application to use Microsoft account for authentication. I am going to be focusing on...
  • Blog Post: Improve Performance of your website

    I recently went to a talk about how to improve performance of your website. In this post I am going to share out the lessons I learnt while applying some of the best practices to my personal photo view application. The high level points I will be mentioning are not tied to web programing languages such...
  • Blog Post: ASP.net assembly loading from GAC or Bin

    For quite a while I have been going back and forth reading msdn documentations to figure out how does an assembly gets loaded at runtime. When an assembly is in the bin of your application and also in the GAC, what gets loaded at runtime, GAC or bin? This post is a quick reference guide so that I come...
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