Web Forms Data Annotation Validation – Part 1

This will be the first of three posts on Data Annotation validation in Web Forms in Visual Studio 2012. In the first one, I’ll talk about what I like (and what I don’t) in the new release, and in the following two I’ll show two alternative solutions to dealing with the frustration I’ve started to […]
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Improving Performance with Output Caching

I’ve been spending most of my spare time over the past few weeks refactoring the code for my site, cocktailsrus.com, in the Visual Studio 11 beta–partly to play with the new stuff, but mostly just to replace my original quick-and dirty back end with something more elegant. With the process pretty much complete, the new […]
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Streamlined Web Loading in the Visual Studio 11 Beta

One of the features of Visual Studio 11 that I’m really looking forward to taking advantage of is CSS and JavaScript minification and bundling. As developers, we like to be able to break our applications into reusable components. That makes development and maintenance much more manageable. Sometimes, however, it can have an impact on performance. […]
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Validating That At Least One TextBox Has Content

I came across an interesting little validation problem on my current project. The site is for members only – and in order to become a member, you need to be nominated. You can provide either one or two nominators, but you must provide at least one. So how to force users to enter text in […]
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How To Post To A Remote Server From An ASP.NET Web Form

I recently came an across an interesting problem: I had to post an ASP.NET Web Form to a third party Web site. It turns out to be quite a tricky thing to do – so I thought I’d share my solution with you in case you ever need to do the same thing. First off: […]
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