Serving Images from Amazon S3

One issue that’s been nagging me as I refactor www.cocktailsrus.com from a RAD site focused on jQuery Mobile to a properly architected site that just happens to use jQuery Mobile is the way I’ve been storing images on the file system. The file system approach is quick and easy and doesn’t clog the database with […]
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Output Caching and Authenticated Users

In a recent post, I looked at using a custom parameter with OutputCache to provide different versions of an ASP.NET MVC view to different clients (mobile/traditional devices, AJAX / no-AJAX clients). The one question left unaddressed, however, was: what if there are some circumstances where you don’t want to cache at all? Output caching means […]
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Exposing IQueryable/oData Endpoints With Web API

This is a follow on from my post on Web API and the Entity Framework. In that post, I showed a couple of approaches to dealing with JSON serialization problems in the Visual Studio 11 beta. Now I want to look at returning IQueryable from Web API methods. IQueryable allows you to do what it […]
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Working With the Entity Framework and the Web API

In my last post, I talked about the new Web API controllers in MVC and showed how they work with simple data. In the real world, of course, I want them to work with my existing data, which uses Entity Framework. It turns out that this is far from straightforward (at least, in the beta). […]
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Building RESTful Services with Web API

One of the features I’ve most been looking forward to in the Visual Studio 11 beta is the Web API. It’s been my long-term goal to build an iPhone app to supplement my jQuery mobile view for my personal website, www.cocktailsrus.com (once I learn Objective-C), and a RESTful API is just what I need. In […]
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