March 2008 - Posts


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Many new Admin modules for IIS7 by vik20000in

Hi Its been a few days that I have not been able to post blogs. I have been very busy these while. But yesterday I found this blog which talks about lot of cool new admin modules for IIS7. The blog also explains how to use the modules. Do check it. Vikram
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How to know the all the data in the cache of an Asp.Net Application by vik20000in

Hi, We all know about the use of caching in our application. With good use of cache we can increase the performance of the application considerably since application does not have to process the stuff again and again. But if we use too much of caching...
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Working with cookies and JavaScript by vik20000in

Hi, I have discussed about cookies in my previous posts. But in all those posts I talked about working with cookies in server side. You can read these posts here Asp.net cookies an overview Asp.net Reading and writing value in cookies Subkeys scope limitation...
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Microsft releases SilverLight 2.0 Beta 1, Asp.net MVC preview and IE8 Beta1 by vik20000in

Hi, Seems like Microsoft has decided to go for many releases on a day on the first day of MIX. Yes today Microsoft not only announced the release of IE8 Beta1 but also the preview of the Asp.Net MVC and Silverlight 2.0 Beta 1. This is way too much to...

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Microsoft launches IE8 beta 1 in public by vik20000in

Hi, The beat 1 of the most dominated web browser’s next version is out for grab and it comes with many features too. The IE8 Readiness Toolkit which will give a detailed description of the features . You can download the same here . Some of the new features...
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Binding keyboard shortcut in Asp.Net by vik20000in

Hi, Many a times when working with the Web Application you would like to give the user the comfort of getting the job done without using the mouse. It can be of great use to the user if they can perform many tasks using the keyboard in a web application...
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