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My All Time Favorite Posts
Since this blog started, back in 2008, I wrote a lot of posts. I’d say some are still up to date. I picked a few of them, those I’m more proud of, in no particular order. ASP.NET Web Forms: Using the ASP.NET Health Monitoring Provider to Secure Your Application...
ASP.NET Web Forms Extensibility: Expression Builders
I have talked extensively about expression builders in the past, and that is because I find them extremely useful, for building no code solutions. In a nutshell, it is a design-time mechanism for executing a method which receives some parameters and returns...
More SharePoint 2010 Expression Builders
Introduction Following my last post , I decided to publish the whole set of expression builders that I use with SharePoint. For all who don’t know about expression builders, they allow us to employ a declarative approach, so that we don’t have to write...
SharePoint 2010 Field Expression Builder
OK, back to two of my favorite topics, expression builders and SharePoint. This time I wanted to be able to retrieve a field value from the current page declaratively on the markup so that I can assign it to some control’s property, without the need for...
URL Related Expression Builders
Well, it has been quite a while since I talked about expression builders . If you haven’t already, I suggest you have a look at that, I think you will find interesting stuff there. Because I think this is an important topic for ASP.NET, I have two new...
Useful Expression Builders
Expression builders are a cool subject... they work with no-compile pages and provide a lot of declarative power! How many times have you had the need to display values that are mostly equal, but slightly different than resources included in you .resx...
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