April 19, 2007

Boost ASP.NET Performance with Precompilation

he latest version of ASP.NET, version 2.0, supports several new and exciting features that promise to enhance developer productivity, administration and management, extensibility, and performance. One of these features is

Organizing and Loading Common/Specific Properties

Oftentimes, you’ll need to use common properties across projects, while being able to override or load new properties that are project specific. Java’s Properties class allows for flexibility when organizing

Using Namespace Aliases in .NET

In most cases, when there are namespace conflicts, developers tend to use the complete qualified name in the code. For example: using System.Web.UI.WebControls;using MyComponent.Web.UI.WebControls; This is usually okay for simple

RESTful Web Services: The Keep-It-Simple Style

first wrote an XML-over-HTTP web service almost a decade ago. At that time, it seemed a completely natural solution to a practical business problem: provisioning web-based, product-pricing quotes. As web