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Beginner's guide to Meta Tags  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Nnamdi Onyeyiri      Rating:  
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The http-equiv tags do not need to be used. In fact, neither do the name tags, except, without name tags, your website cannot be indexed by many search engines. Most search engines use a bot to crawl through the pages of your website, these bots look for certain name tags, that give information such as keywords and a description of the page. That data is then stored in the search engines database. An example of a typical meta name meta tag....

Custom HTTP Module  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 48  |  Today: 0Author: mbanavige      Rating:  
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Before starting have a look in the Web.config in the location
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\versionnumber\CONFIG\Web.config...

HTTP Request Message Format  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 53  |  Today: 0Author: Lakhangarg      Rating:  
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Key Concept: HTTP requests are the means by which HTTP clients ask servers to take a particular type of action, such as sending a file or processing user input. Each request message begins with a request line, which contains three critical pieces of information: the method (type of action) the client is requesting; the URI of the resource upon which the client wishes the action to be performed, and the version of HTTP that the client is using. After the request line come a set of message headers...

The Two Interceptors: HttpModule and HttpHandlers  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 53  |  Today: 0Author: Shivprasad      Rating:  
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Many times we want to implement pre-processing logic before a request hits the IIS resources. For instance you would like to apply security mechanism, URL rewriting, filter something in the request, etc. ASP.NET has provided two types of interception HttpModule and HttpHandler. This article walks through it....

Roll Your Own HttpHandler  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 45  |  Today: 0Author: Brendan Enrick      Rating:  
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HttpHandlers are powerful tools of ASP.NET; they are used fairly often, and give great power to developers using them. In this article, Brendan describes the basics of how to use these tools. He describes in easy to understand terms how one can implement the IHttpHandler class, and illustrates his explanation using code snippets and screen shots....

Transporting and Displaying Images using DIME and HTTP Handlers     
Total Hits: 168  |  Today: 0Author: jhblankenship      Rating:  
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This article shows an example of how to display images stored in a database in a virtual fashion using a Web Service in conjunction with an HTTP Handler.
Note: This example requires installation of Web Services Enhancements 1.0....

Connecting to a HTTPS server with SSL using Wininet, sending client certificate and reading response     
Total Hits: 131  |  Today: 0Author: Ayhan AVCI      Rating:  
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I�ve recently needed to make a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection to Visa server and send our signed client certificate in order to make our MPI application authorized. I searched many articles but could find just a few ones about the subject. I collected parts of the solution from different articles and MSDN, and implemented a simple class that performs this operation programmatically....

Multithreaded server class with example of HTTP server     
Total Hits: 127  |  Today: 0Author: Souren Abeghyan      Rating:  
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When writing a socket server, I had to choose between using a Single Thread technique and using a Multithread technique. I discovered the Multithread technique has several advantages, including the following:

* No effort is required to overcome with 64 handles when using WSAWaitForMultipleObjects(...).
* No effort is required to overcome passing through big files to the client without delaying other requests....

Discover WEB. HTTP GET-POST Utility     
Total Hits: 109  |  Today: 0Author: Adrian Bacaianu      Rating:  
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This utility is just a wrapper around reusable functions that allow programmatic access to the web through a sort of 'mini-browser' embedded inside your program.
There are many uses for such code. Programs that look at a series of web pages, much like a user surfing from one page to the next, are often called spiders, bots, or crawlers. Such programs are often used to catalog websites, import external data from the Web, or simply to send commands to a web server. You could extend the function...

Bi-directional HTTP Connection     
Total Hits: 130  |  Today: 0Author: Wytek Szymanski      Rating:  
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Implementing a peer to peer application requires either end to be set up as both a client and a server. The simplest approach would be to let the parties connect to each other at their respective end-points. But this approach does not usually work if the parties are separated by a fire-wall where the network administrator is usually reluctant to permit outgoing connections. So, maintaining and reusing an established connection for bi-directional traffic is the only option....

Developing a SOHO HTTP filter step by step     
Total Hits: 81  |  Today: 0Author: eternalnetworker      Rating:  
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Most web filters work inline, meaning that all outgoing and incoming packets are passed through a filter driver. While this approach has its benefits, it has a big flaw: the filtering process affects the data transfer throughput. This project presents an experimental remedy to this issue by putting the filter engine in sniffer mode. This way, the filtering process and the data transfer act independently....

Working with HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse in ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 75  |  Today: 0Author: Sanjay Shravan      Rating:  
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I will explain about the usage of HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse in this article. As you all probably know or heard about this class before. HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse class is inside the System.NET namespace, and this two classes is designed to communicate by using the Http Protocol You can use this two classes to make requests to other Web Pages via HTTP and parse the resulting text to extract data. This is what we know as screen scraping....

Using HttpHandlers and HttpModules in your ASP.NET Websites     
Total Hits: 48  |  Today: 0Author: James Douglas      Rating:  
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In this article I would explain about HttpModules and HttpHandlers and how to use it on your Website.
Sometimes, just creating dynamic Web pages with the latest languages and databases just does not give you , the developer enough control over an application. At times, you need to be able to dig deeper and create applications that can interact with the Web Server itself. You want to be able to interact with the low level processes such as how the Web Server processes incoming and outgoing HTT...

HttpWebRequest     
Total Hits: 154  |  Today: 0Author: mbanavige      Rating:  
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The HttpWebRequest class allows you to programatically make web requests against an HTTP server. This code shows how to read a file's content from a remote webserver using the HttpWebRequest class....

Web Crawler, spider, ant, bot... how to make one?     
Total Hits: 164  |  Today: 0Author: Bean Software      Rating:  
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A web crawler is a program that browses the World Wide Web in a methodical and automated manner. It also known as web spider, web robot, ant, bot, worm, and automated indexer. Famous examples of web crawlers are search engines. They are crawling the web all the time to get up to date data for search purposes. In general, web crawler starts with a list of URLs to visit, this list is called "seeds". As the web crawler visits these URLs, it gets all the hyperlinks in the visited pages and add them ...

Extend Your WCF Services Beyond HTTP With WAS     
Total Hits: 70  |  Today: 0Author: Dominick Baier and Christian Weyer and Steve Maine      Rating:  
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All the talk about service-oriented applications we've been hearing for the past few years has given birth to real frameworks, runtimes, and other bona fide tools for designing, building, and deploying service-oriented connected systems. A good example of this is Windows® Communication Foundation (WCF), which allows you to create services and service consumers in managed code. One strength of WCF is that you can host WCF-based services in any Windows process, including a console application, a W...

Securely Implement Request Processing, Filtering, and Content Redirection with HTTP Pipelines in ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 68  |  Today: 0Author: Tim Ewald and Keith Brown      Rating:  
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ASP.NET is a flexible and extensible framework for server-side HTTP programming. While most people think of ASP.NET in terms of pages served, there is a lower-level infrastructure sitting beneath this page model. The underlying plumbing is based on a pipeline of app, module, and handler objects. Understanding how this pipeline works is key if you want to get the most out of ASP.NET as an HTTP server platform, while making your process more efficient, and keeping your server secure. This article ...

Working with IIS Metabase with DirectoryServices     
Total Hits: 202  |  Today: 0Author: Kapil Deo Malhotra      Rating:  
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While working with the IIS we all like to know the settings done on the Virtual Directory are correct or not. So we are going to see how to do that programmatically.
To check some properties of the IIS (Virtual Directory) of Web based application after install, one can create custom application for that....

Understanding the HttpApplication Class     
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The HttpApplication class is at the center of ASP.NET Web applications. The HttpApplication class gives us access to many of the objects that we use throughout our application. These objects include: Application, Context, Modules, Request, Response, Server, Session, Site, and User. Additionally the events that the HttpApplication class raises and our ability to write event handlers for them give us a lot of control over how our ASP.NET application behaves....

The Critically Important Color and Gamma Calibration Article     
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This article will explain how to understand and work with Photoshop's Color Management System (CMS), including how to create a custom profile, how to create an ICC profile for a monitor, how to set Photoshop's CMS defaults, how to use the Color Settings dialog box, and much more. It is excerpted from Inside Photoshop CS, by Gary D. Bouton...



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