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Accessing UmbracoHelper in HttpHandler request
Working with UmbracoHelper and IPublishedContent in HttpHandler
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If you were planning to create sitemap.xml in Umbraco, you most probably were doing it with HttpHandler. This was fine until Umbraco version 6.2.2. If your website was running in lower version, most probably after update your HttpHandler were crashing since UmbracoContext.Current returns null. ...read more
Custom configuration section with intelisense
Setup intelisense for custom configuration sections in app.config
 
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Config files are really useful and allow you to store some setting values without having to hard-code them. It provides out of the box configuration utility which is very flexible, but because of its flexibility, it has some drawbacks as well. For you application you can easily create your own, nonstandard elements and easily bind them to your strongly typed model in order to read values...read more
One way, fire and forget action in WCF
Long running process invoke from ASP.NET web application
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In case you are building a web app that needs to perform some complex or long running task, for sure you would't want that task to slow down your website or web application. For example you have a database of growing number of members on your website and you want to send a notification after you published some page on the website. Imagine you have 10,000+ members and that you are composing different message for each of them based on their account information and then sending an email with notification message. ...read more
ASP.NET web application security check list
Things to do before your web application goes live
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There are several things to be taken care of during development and before deployment to keep you online web app tip top regarding performance and security. 1. Logging informations ...read more
Separate Debug and Release code in C#
Use separate code for debug and release compilation in C#
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Basic functionality of your code does what it should do regardless of whether it is compiled in Debug of Release mode. Only differences might be related to debugging the code and tracing errors during debug. For sure you want more monitoring during the development (debug mode), so you would probably add some sort of logging. ...read more
Restrict image and CSS hotlinking of your ASP.NET website
Blocking hotlinking with IIS Url Rewrite
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I did not rely how important to restrict hot-linking until one day my friend came to me and told me that he has to pay additional money for the bandwidth on his website. He was surprised that he reached bandwidth quota limit. It was weird, but after some logging of requests coming to a website we realized that most of the requests were initiated from some other website...read more
The X-Frame-Options response header
Restricting your page being used in IFrames (click jacking)
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I found this header option repeating in many guidelines for securing the web application. By adding these headers to response, it restricts browser to load your page into an iFrame tag. ...read more
The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine
Switching off header validation in .NET
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Recently I was adding GitHub project section to my blog when I run into the following exception "The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine" After some time of Google-ing I found few solutions, but the most simplest one was actually the best one...read more
Maintaining same session with separate web requests from C# code
Create separate web requests with the same server session
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Recently I started a small project for image optimization which relies on public image optimization services available online. For now it supports Yahoo SmushIt and Compressor.io services, but it will be extended over the time. Project is open-source and hosted at GitHub https://github.com/dejanstojanovic/ImageOptimization. ...read more
Getting social network access token from C# backend
Acquire Facebook or Google+ access token from C# code
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Most popular social networks such is Facebook and Google+ are providing authentication for web applications with fancy javascript pop-ups. However this approach might not work in all browsers and most likely not on every device. For example this approach does not work on iPhone or iPad because browser itself does not allow pop-ups...read more
Honeypot implementation in ASP.NET MVC
Honeypot bot detection implementation in MVC
 
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You can find a bunch of articles on internet about HONEYPOT implementation on web pages, but in short it is a replacement for CAPTCHA anti-bot security. In CAPTCHA scenario, user needs to enter hardly recognizable characters in order to prove that he is not a bot trying to submit data. Sometime that is really annoying but it is a way to filter automated posts created from bots. ...read more
Change Request.Form collection on the fly
How to modify Request.Form collection
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Data from form are sent to backend (whether code behing of page in WebForms or Controller Action in MVC) in Request.Form property. It is oragnized as collection of name and value and can be easily access by name. In some extreme cases, you need to make some modifications to posted form data. ...read more
Obtaining access token from Google+ API in non SPA web application
How to get access token in C# backend from Google+ API
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Recently I was trying to use Google+ OAuth api for authenticating with Google+ and fetch some user basic info such as name and email. ...read more
Same page language switching in Umbraco
Land on the same page in different language in Umbraco using Relations
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When we build multi-language website, we usually create two root elements which represent different language websites. To switch the language you just need to add a link to other root elements which represent other languages of the website. With this approach, when you switch language you will end up at homepage of the language regardless which page you were viewing. ...read more
Bypass SSL certificate validation
A workaround quick solution when your SSL certificate expires
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It is a common thing that some of your application functionalities depend on an external HTTPS endpoint. However, renewal of SSL certificate for the external party is out of your control and you have to rely on the third party that certificate will be renewed on time...read more

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