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  • ASP.NET
    Preventing XSS in ASP.NETDotnet wide retina preview
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    Learn how to secure your ASP.NET web applications via external input validation, .NET's Request Validation, proper HTML encoding and using the AntiXSS library. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Securely Handling User's Login CredentialsSecure wide retina preview
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    Consider the following tips on how to properly secure your user's login credentials.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Code Generation Using T4Dotnet wide retina preview
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    Learn the advantages and disadvantages of using code generation via T4 templates.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Preventing Code InjectionCsrf dotnet retina preview
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    Often, websites seem to exist primarily to put something into a database in order to pull it out later. While other database methods, such as NoSQL, have gained popularity in recent years, data for many websites still resides in the traditional SQL database. This data often consists of valuable personal information such as credit card numbers and other personal information of interest to identity thieves and criminals. Hackers therefore always look to get this data. One of the most common targets of these attacks is the SQL databases that lie behind many web applications through a process of SQL Injection.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Maintainable Automated UI TestsUi test retina preview
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    A few years ago I was very skeptical about automated UI testing and this skepticism was born out of a few failed attempts. I would write some automated UI tests for desktop or web applications and a few weeks later I would rip them out of the codebase because the cost of maintaining them was too high. So I thought that UI testing was hard and that, while it provided a lot of benefit, it was best to keep it to a minimum and only test the most complex workflows in a system through UI testing and leave the rest to unit tests. I remember telling my team about Mike Cohn's testing pyramid, and that in a typical system over 70% of the tests should be unit tests, around 5% UI tests and the rest integration tests.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Understanding Cross-Site Request Forgery in .NETCsrf dotnet retina preview
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    You can only produce secure web applications by taking security into account, from the start. This requires thinking of the potential ways someone could attack your site as you create each page, form, and action. It also requires understanding the most common types of security problems and how to address them.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Integrating a JS Build Process Into MSBuild in Visual Studio 2012 ExpressMsbuild retina preview
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    I've been working with ASP and ASP.NET for about ten years now, starting with ASP classic and settling on .NET 2.0 as my favorite. My new year resolution this year (2013) was to upgrade my .NET work to .NET 4.0 using Visual Studio 2012 Express and really get to grips with MSBuild, so that I can concatenate and minify my JavaScript files as part of the normal build process of a .NET project, in Visual Studio. My first love is to use Ant in NetBeans with a PHP or JSP platform for this kind of work, but my company's main website runs on a .NET platform and it's time to update it, so I decided to bite the bullet and dive back in to some serious study of creating a fully integrated build process using MSBuild. This tutorial will show you how to edit your Visual Studio 2012 Express project file to include your own separate build file which will perform the now widely familiar process of concatenating and minifying a set of JavaScript modules into one file ready for deployment. Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Say Hello to PowerShellPowershell 400
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    PowerShell has been in development for over ten years. Microsoft continues to invest in its development and adoption. These investments have transformed the ease and robustness with which developers and admins can automate Windows tasks. Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    How to Add Custom Configuration Settings for an (ASP).NET ApplicationCustomdotnetsettings
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    Since its release, ASP.NET applications and components have looked to the web.config file to load any settings they need to function. However, adding custom settings to add flexibility and robustness to an application or component isn't as straight forward as most would like. This article teaches you how to write the necessary classes to handle XML configuration elements and use the settings they contain within your code.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Building an ASP.NET MVC4 Application with EF and WebAPIAspnetfromscratch
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    ASP.NET MVC has come a long way since "The Gu" jotted down some ideas during an airplane ride to a conference in 2007. In just under four years, ASP.NET MVC has seen its fourth release, and it provides developers an environment that eases development, streamlines processes, and promotes modern patterns.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    ASP.NET AJAX Server Controls with Client-Side FunctionalityAspnet server control
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    Over the course of this tutorial, we'll look at how to create a custom ASP.NET AJAX server control as a wrapper for the Google Maps JavaScript API. The server-side code will be written in C# (which I highly recommend), but it could just as easily be written in VB.NET. The focus will be on creating the control, and we'll take a good look at the whole process of creating a custom ASP.NET AJAX server control, with client side functionality as well. Read More…
  • Editorials
    Why Many Developers Hate ASP.NET… and Why They’re WrongDonthateonnet
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    Few platforms draw the same amount of ire as ASP.NET (or .NET in general) from the development community. While there are certainly valid criticisms of the platform (what platform doesn’t?), the majority of negativity comes from those who haven’t spent any time with .NET. Those developers typically rely on misconceptions or flat out hatred to base their opinion, and they do a disservice to others looking to learn a new technology and to the platform itself. So, let’s examine these excuses and add a dose of reality on why you shouldn't listen to the rabble and give ASP.NET a try.Read More…
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