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  • Article on database cache invalidation in ASP.NET Whidbey published

    My latest article has been published on MSDN a few days ago. This time I cover one of the new features of ASP.NET Whidbey : "Database cache invalidation is one of the new features in the upcoming release of ASP.NET, codename "Whidbey". In this article I'll show you how easy it is to use this feature...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2004/01/16
  • ASP.NET Forums v2.0 Alpha announced

    The ASP.NET Forums v2.0 Alpha will go on-line on January 15th on http://forums.asp.net providing access to the forums of http://www.asp.net/forums . There are tons of new features in it: Support for avatars Possibility to add a link to your weblog Improved search functionality Message icons Great message...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2004/01/10
  • Using ASP.NET HTTP Handlers to create a photo album

    My latest article " Using ASP.NET HTTP Handlers to create a photo album " has been published on MSDN.be (link: http://www.microsoft.com/belux/nl/msdn/community/columns/desmet/httphandler.mspx ) Description on MSDN.be: "In this article you'll learn about the .NET Framework's equivalent of ISAPI extensions...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2004/01/05
  • Article on HTTP Handlers released!

    You can read my latest article covering HTTP Handlers in ASP.NET on our local MSDN website via this link . In the article I'm explaining how to work with the equivalent of ISAPI extensions in ASP.NET, i.e. HTTP Handlers: how to create a new extension and map this extension to the ASP.NET runtime? developing...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/12/15
  • Exploring ASP.NET v2.0

    Last week I received the book "A first look at ASP.NET v2.0" written by Alex Homer, Dave Sussman and Rob Howard via Proxis. Cool stuff! I recommend everyone who's working with ASP.NET today to read this book. I've almost finished my first reading of the book :-). My favorite topics are: Master pages...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/12/08
  • Hosting the ASP.NET runtime - part 2

    In this second article you will learn how to create an application that enables running an ASP.NET application from a cd-rom. Pretty cool, check it out!
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/11/05
  • Database cache invalidation

    I've been playing around with this exciting new feature of ASP.NET v2.0. It's really cool to see it working on my system :-). Let me give a short overview of how it works: Almost everyone who has been working with ASP.NET v1.x in some professional way knows of the directive <%@ OutputCache ... %>...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/11/02
  • ASP.NET Whidbey site released

    Yoehoe! Check out www.asp.net/whidbey to see some of the great features in ASP.NET v2.0 (currently in an alpha stadium). There are really a lot of cool features out there, visit Rob's blog on http://weblogs.asp.net/rhoward to get regular updates and a sneak preview of the great ASP.NET Cache Database...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/10/28
  • ASP.NET v2.0 - About Whidbey

    Today I've been working on the alpha release of Whidbey . I cannot say a lot about this technology yet, but here's just one thing: ASP.NET v2.0 really rocks :). People who know me will know how excited I am about ASP.NET v1.x and the entire .NET Framework. I'm even more excited about this new software...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/10/17
  • Cache, cache, cache

    One of the features in ASP.NET I like most is the support for output caching. Today I've been writing an HTTP handler in ASP.NET (see earlier post) and I've added support for caching to the application. The Microsoft Application Center Test (ACT) tool confirmed the power of this caching feature. The...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 2003/10/16
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