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Faking browser client in HttpWebRequest

Introduce your request to server as a browser request
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Using HttpWebRequest to fetch some data in your code from web is the easiest way to do it. However some web locations have restrictions to all only requests which come from browsers. Performing a normal HttpWebRequest will return 403 status code (HTTP 403 - Wikipedia) which means forbidden access...read more

Restrict Access to an MVC Action or Controller based on IP address

IP Address Filtering in MVC Controller
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When you are developing a back-end web application, you might want to restrict access only to people who are working in the company which is maintaining the content or any other operations in the back-end and allowing public access only for the public, usually read-only content. This means you still have to leave some parts of your application public and for some you need to restrict access for the people outside of a network (certain IP range). ...read more

Generating HTML string in C#

The proper way to generate html string in C#
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From time to time you get to the point where you have to generate some HTML in C# code. Of course, the easier way is to concatenate string and return that as a result of a method. This is not the most elegant solution and it is only fine for some short string. ...read more

Enumerable Tips & Tricks with String and Int

Useful things to do with Enumerable in a single line
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System.Linq.Enumerable is a core of LINQ magic. Most of the functions we use in a daily basis for anything we write with sequence, but what is really interesting is that methods from this class can be used for some tricky operations on strings and numbers and make them one line instead of loops. ...read more

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