Tag Archives: ASP.NET 4.5

Control level request validation in ASP.NET 4.5

By | December 25, 2011

Request validation in ASP.NET designed to protection against cross site against cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. This features is available from the beginning days of ASP.NET. This gives your web sites a default protection to prevent XSS attacks.  Check this post to know about fundamentals of ASP.NET Request validation. In this post I am going to talk about the… Read More »

Model Binding with Dropdown List in ASP.NET 4.5

By | December 20, 2011

ASP.NET Forms 4.5 Preview introduces new model binding for  ASP.NET web forms. The concept of model binding was first introduced with ASP.NET MVC and now it has incorporated with ASP.NET Web Forms. You can easily perform any CURD operation with any sort of data controls using any data access technology like Entity Framework,  ADO.NET, LINQ to SQL Etc. … Read More »

Automatic Tag Update in Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview

By | October 24, 2011

Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview introduced a nice features that helps you to update HTML Start and End tag automatically. In previous version of Visual Studio If you wanted to update any html tags in markup you have had to update both start and end tags manually but, Visual Studio 2011 developer preview automatically update the tag with… Read More »

Server Side Event Handler Generation From ASP.NET Markup in Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview

By | October 19, 2011

This is really a great addition in Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview for ASP.NET developers. If you are familiar with  WPF and XMAL development in Visual Studio, it should be well known for you, because  preview version of Visual Studio supports  generation of  event handler code from XMAL markup itself.  With Visual Studio 2011 developer preview, creating event… Read More »

Extract To User Control in Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview

By | October 16, 2011

This is very handy and quick time saving features and a much required during code refactoring. Consider a situation where you have designed some web pages which are quite large or you have realized that it would have been better to put some part of web page in a user control  so that you can use it  in… Read More »