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What is this web blog all about?

This website is a sort of my personal knowledge base which I want to share with the rest of the Internet community. All the interesting things that I learned and discovered during my work on different applications I'm publishing on this website so I can re-use them later when I need them, but at the same time to share them with the people who might deal with something the same or something very similar during software development...

Microsoft IIS and ASP.NET MVC caching techniques

Ways to cache data and response to improve page performance
 
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Of course, the best way to make you web application work fluent is to write the code properly and design the architecture of application to meet requirements and certain load depending of the type of application. But even though architecture is good, you can always improve performance by reducing processing in application code itself ... read more

Block referrer spam request on ASP.NET application

Block unwanted spam traffic from your wesbite
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Recently I was checking my Google Analytics for this website I spotted some referrer urls that were completely unknown to me. When I tried to visit the url of the referrers I got a lot of commercial and pop-ups after few redirects. It looked really suspicious, so I tried to find a little bit more about these. ... read more

Recognize links in text content with jQuery

Find and replace URLs with anchor tags inside the text
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Very often when you are dealing with content from 3rd party like tweets from Twitter of Facebook posts and comments you might end up with some URL inside the content. On both Twitter or Facebook or any other social network, links inside text comments are replaces with anchor tags to those URLs. In order to keep the same user experience and make it more useful o your side where you are serving the content from the other party it is recommended that you do the same. ... read more

Enabling CORS only for specific domains in ASP.NET

Enable cross origin resquests only for certain domains in ASP.NET
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Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) means that page from other domain can make request to some resource which is on other domain. For example, if you try to invoke some WEB API method which is running on different domain you will get exception in the script. By default CORS are disabled in ASP.NET bot you can easily enable them just by modifying web.config for IIS7 and newer versions pf IIS. ... read more

JQuery & JavaScript

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Umbraco CMS

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C# & ASP.NET

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SQL/T-SQL

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