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ASP.NET is a modern open source server-side web framework for building static, dynamic and real-time Web sites, Web applications and Mobile applications using HTML, HTML5, CSS and JavaScript.

So far, we have published 168 ASP.NET tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 24263844 (Twenty Four Million Two Hundred Sixty Three Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Four) developers and architects.

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Abstract: In the 3rd and final part of the ASP.NET Evolution series, we will see ASP.NET transition to ASP.NET Core - an open source, cross platform - one that fully embraces the nature of the web.
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Abstract: Part 1 took an overview of the initial design of ASP.NET and how Microsoft reacted to the various changes in webdev. In Part II, we will now look at how those changes influenced the development of ASP.NET MVC and ended up transforming ASP.NET into a much more flexible framework composed of multiple libraries that solved different problems.
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Abstract: The first version of ASP.NET was released 17 years ago and during these years, it is fascinating to see how the ASP.NET team constructively reacted through these years to the major shifts happening on the web. Initially a platform that was closed and tried to hide and abstract the web; ASP.NET has metamorphized into an open source and cross platform - one that fully embraces the nature of the web. This is the first part of a series of 3 articles that will cover the history of ASP.NET from its launch to the latest ASP.NET Core releases.
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Abstract: Learn how to handle Model level error messages which occur in ASP.NET Web API action methods that has been consumed using RestSharp.
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Abstract: Create a Flight Availability web application that uses ASP.NET SignalR to provide server broadcast functionality
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Abstract: Posting multiple entity values to the ASP.NET Web API action method
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Abstract: HTTP handler vs HTTP module - A frequently asked ASP.NET Interview question
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Abstract: Lifecycle of an ASP.NET Page during its first request, as well as during Postback.
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Abstract: Using Docker containers to deploy an ASP.NET Core 1.0 application
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Abstract: ASP.NET WebHooks is the implementation of WebHooks in the context of ASP.NET. In this article, we will see how this feature can be used to receive WebHooks exposed by Github.
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Abstract: ASP.NET Core is a redesign of ASP.NET. We will look at the ASP.NET Core platform architecture and some of the most essential ASP.NET Core components.
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Abstract: Using Visual Studio Code and Yeoman Generator to create an ASP.NET 5 application.
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Abstract: In this article, we will secure an ASP.NET Web API using Tokens and consume this API in an Angular.js client application
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Abstract: In this article, we will build an ASP.NET Web API using MVC 6. In earlier versions of ASP.NET, Web API was provided as a separate Web API framework, but going forward in the ASP.NET 5 release, Web API is merged with MVC, termed as MVC 6.
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Abstract: The HTTP Client class provides useful methods to call an ASP.NET Web API service asynchronously from the managed clients like WPF or ASP.NET MVC. We will explore this class with some examples.
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Abstract: Custom action filter in ASP.NET Web API saves valuable server resources by validating the request even before it reaches the action method. This article demonstrates how to relay model validation error messages to client-side calls.
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Abstract: Manage ASP.NET Web API versioning using Custom request header and testing the versioning using an Angular.js application
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Abstract: Use Custom Exception filters in ASP.NET Web API to manage custom messages to be sent to the client application.
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Abstract: ASP.NET Web Forms isn’t dying anytime soon. This article discusses Web Forms role within the new Microsoft development ecosystem and introduces some of the new features available within Web Forms.
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Abstract: Implement a simple ASP.NET WEB API containing the action method returning byte array (image) through HttpResponseMessage object
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Abstract: ServiceStack is an awesome stack of technologies built of top of ASP.NET that makes it easier to build and secure an end-to-end application. In this article, we will explore how to add Authentication and authorization, Bundling and minification and Markdown views to our application.
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Abstract: Use Angular.js forms with Bootstrap for creating responsive layout web applications with DataBinding. Compliment this application with ASP.NET Web API to post the form data to the database.
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Abstract: In this article, we will look at some of the approaches that you can take to make optimized and better performing ASP.NET web sites. Some of these principles can also be applied to websites created in a technology other than ASP.NET.

Introducing ServiceStack

Authored by: Ravi Kiran in ASP.NET on 11/19/2014
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Abstract: ServiceStack is a configuration free, code-first, light-weight framework built on top of ASP.NET for building services and web applications. This article will get you started with ServiceStack and also get your hands dirty with it.
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Abstract: Using ASP.NET Web API, MVC and Angular.js to create a Single Page Application (SPA) that supports CRUD operations.
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Abstract: In this article, we will design a Pie chart and Donut chart using D3.js by fetching the data using ASP.NET Web API.
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Abstract: The AngularJS framework provides some cool features for developing MVC based applications using HTML. In this article, we will use AngularJS and ASP.NET Web API to create an application that pulls data from a database and performs CRUD Operations.
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Abstract: Using D3.js and ASP.NET SignalR, in this article, you will build a basic real-time graphics chart application for the modern web.
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Abstract: In this article, we will look at some cool features introduced in ASP.NET vNext and Visual Studio 14 CTP
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Abstract: ASP.NET provides state management techniques both on client as well as server-side. This article gives a brief overview of some state management techniques in ASP.NET.
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Abstract: This article demonstrates how to implement Pagination & Data Filters in ASP.NET Web API using OData and Knockout.js
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Abstract: Create Editable HTML Table in ASP.NET MVC for CRUD operations using KnockoutJS Framework and ASP.NET WEB API
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Abstract: IIS 8.5 comes with some cool new features that makes hosting and managing websites much easier. This article discusses four new IIS 8.5 features that website admins will absolutely love
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Abstract: ASP.NET Web API 2.0 is the latest version in the WebAPI stack and contains some cool new features. In this article, we will explore some of these new features introduced in ASP.NET Web API 2.0
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Abstract: Use Knockout JS, ASP.NET Web API and ADO.NET Entity Framework to enable pagination in a HTML Table
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Abstract: Learn how using the FormView Web Server Control as a code generator for your ASP.NET forms production, can cut development time in half for most Forms.
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Abstract: Introduction of ASP.NET Web API before exploring custom Media Formatters in Web API and how to build one for ourselves.
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Abstract: This article introduces a database design pattern with a POC in ASP.NET, Ninject and Entity Framework that ensures data once inserted into the database is never lost, a must have for financial systems.
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Abstract: Some common questions that arise when seasoned WebForms developers tread in ASP.NET MVC, for the first time. It’s not an ASP.NET MVC vs. WebForms article, but rather focuses on what’s different and how.
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Abstract: Async and performance are often a considered to go hand in hand because performance is bracketed with scaling. Today we explore the differences and see how to best leverage async operations to gain performance and build an ASP.NET MVC Web API Application that scales better.
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Abstract: This article uses ASP.NET Web API and Knockout JS to implement Templating and Data Binding and applies it to a common Line of Business application requirement – Paging and Sorting a Grid
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Abstract: A quick look at how asynchronous support is permeating though the entire Web Stack in ASP.NET vNext and that includes WebForms too!
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Abstract: A quick peek at the new and shiny Security model in the upcoming ASP.NET vNext. We use the new Claims Based Authentication system and create a ASP.NET Web API 2.0 sample app that uses Twitter as the external Authentication Service.
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Abstract: Today we will validate data being passed into our ASP.NET Web API service and review some gotchas that can catch us unawares
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Abstract: Today we explore the Glimpse package that helps you look at the internal working of your ASP.NET Web Application, in the browser.
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Abstract: WebAPI 2.0 has built in support for Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). Today we see what it takes to enable CORS support in the upcoming Web API 2.0 release. Along the way we create a Project template for Web API 2.0 that can be used in Visual Studio 2012
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Abstract: This article demonstrates OWIN and how we can host a SignalR based application using Katana (an OWIN implementation).
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Abstract: A quick walkthrough of the Crank utility used by the SignalR team to generate load for their Test Harness Project
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Abstract: Measure a SignalR application’s performance using some monitoring tools when hosted on IIS/IIS Express
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Abstract: The infinite scroll pattern is simply a different kind of pagination. In this article, we will see how to implement an infinite scroll using ASP.NET WebAPI, KnockoutJS and jQuery
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