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ASP.NET vNext: Configuration and Dependency Injection

In my last article I introduced you to the “perfect” configuration handler code. Well, it wasn’t perfect. But it did load all the configuration elements into a container object that you could use anywhere. 534 more words

Web Applications

What is HTML5?

On October 2014, HTML 5 officially published by W3C. HTML 5 is the fifth major revision of the format to build the websites or webapplication. 126 more words


Extend AuthorizeAttribute: Http.Web.Http and Http.Web.Mvc

The Rule is not idea but simple enough:

System.Web.Http.Authorize for an ApiController (Web API controller)

System.Web.Mvc.Authorize for a Controller (MVC controller).

The framework runs the filters as part of the pipeline processing and the controllers find its own filter in the pipeline to be applied, hence the if you don’t use the corresponding filter, authorization will not work. 75 more words


Different types of Classes in C#

Different types of Classes in C#

Hello friends, lets discuss about different types of classes in C# and what are the uses of each class. If I forget to mention some class, please forgive me. 1,382 more words

Interview Questions

Links of the month (June Edition)

June is over and it is time for another Links of the month. This issue mostly focuses on Azure Logic Apps, Azure Stream Analytics and the next version of ASP.NET. 178 more words


What is Node.js ?

So what is Node.js?
It’s likely you’ve heard the term. Maybe you already use Node.
Maybe you’re curious about it. At this point in time, Node is very popular and… 78 more words


Asp.net Identity: best blog yet

Thanks to John Atten, who runs an excellent blog with tons of very useful information regarding asp.net identity. I built my group based asp.net identity module by following John Atten’s blog, amazingly smooth and simple for such a huge task. 12 more words