Evil Genius in Training

"I came here to blog and chew bubble gum... and I'm all out of bubble gum."

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: New Version of the WinFxProgrammer ASP.NET HTTP Compression Module

    I spent a considerable amount of time working on a new version of this module. 1) NEW EASILY EXTENSIBLE AND PAY-AS-YOU-GO ARCHITECTURE! - There were a ton of feature I was adding. I now moved to a pipeline architecture that allows me to layer on features as needed. 2) NEW PREFERRED ALGORITHM FEATURE...
  • Blog Post: A Collection of ASP.NET 2.0 Controls

    I started to create and publish a set of ASP.NET 2.0 Controls onto GotDotNet. This will be a work-in-progress since I plan to add controls to this collection over time. First Release This is the first release of these controls. At the moment, there is only one control in this collection. The control...
  • Blog Post: A Better ASP.NET Web Resource Handler

    I am currently working on a replacement for WebResource.axd. This new HTTP Handler is meant to support a number of features; however, the prime purpose is to allow the caching of these resources in the IIS 6.0 Kernel Mode Cache. Check it out!
  • Blog Post: Enhanced ASP.NET Http Compression HttpModule! Now supports WebResource.axd!

    1) NOW WORKS WITH WEBRESOURCE.AXD! There is a feature (bug?) in WebResource.axd that prevents HttpModules from modifying the output stream for WebResource.axd. I disabled it! ; ) IMHO, a feature that breaks things is not a feature, but I can understand why they did what they did. They are hoping to fix...
  • Blog Post: Updated ASP.NET Compression Module

    I updated my ASP.NET Http Compression Module to fix a number of things and reduce the amount of code. ASP.NET Http Compression Module
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET HTTPModule for HTTP Compression

    I finally got around to coding up a version of an ASP.NET HttpModule that does HTTP Compression for GotDotNet. I have probably coded this module a half a dozen times over the last 4+ years. So here it is! There are a number of implementations out there, but this one has some advantages. 1) Supports...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2005 CLR User Defined Type Examples

    I created a couple of User Defined Type examples using .NET. These types include a Compressed UTF8 String type as well as a Uri (called Logged Uri) type. I hope to create several more in the future. Check it out! SQL Server 2005 CLR UDT Examples
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Browser Module Framework

    I just posted the code to a managed framework for developing Internet Explorer Browser Modules on GotDotNet. It allows one to write Browser Helper Objects (BHOs) using C#. There have been several example on how to do this including on support.microsoft.com, but no framework that I have seen. So I decided...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server Adapter for SharePoint Libraries

    For those that are interested in connecting BizTalk Server 2004 and Windows SharePoint Services (or SharePoint Portal Server), there is now an adapter you can use. It comes in the form of sample code which you can download and use. BizTalk SharePoint Adapter Of course I am mentioning this because...
Page 1 of 1 (9 items)