The environment should also work on a notebook while working at a coffee shop. The need for a NIC that is always connected.
I believe that better tools lead to better results. That’s why I care about my tools performance a lot!
In the last post I showed how to use the ASP.NET 3.5 Routing Engine for URLRewriting purposes. I want to go further in this post by adding the ability to add variables into a route path and forward and append query string variables to the destination Web Form request.
With ASP.NET MVC comes a component that is called the routing engine. In ASP.NET MVC it is responsible to assign a controller to an incoming request:
Sergey has posted a Control he wrote and has some interesting thoughts on ViewState and ControlState.
Michael hat das Februar Editorial für das Security Portal von MSDN Germany geschrieben und wirft dabei interessante Vorschläge in den Raum: