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Web Packaging: Creating web packages using MSBuild

This post is next in the series of VS 2010 articles that we have been putting together to dive into the Web Deployment improvements with VS 2010 and IIS.  I would recommend reading the the preceding posts to get an overview of all the scenarios supported: In this post I will cover web package creation using MSBuild command line.&...

VSDoc for jQuery 1.3.2 Now Available

jQuery 1.3 was released a little over a month ago.  The 1.3 release adds exciting features such as selector performance improvements, "live events" where events can be bound to both current and future elements, and more.  Version 1.3.2 was released a few days ago and fixes some bugs include one involving selector performance in IE. I...

CLR Inside Out – Isolated Storage in Silverlight 2

  The March installment of the “CLR Inside Out” column in MSDN magazine is now available on line.  This month we have an article from Justin Van Patten on Isolated Storage in Silverligth 2. You can find a list of all “CLR Inside Out” articles here.  As always, please let us know if you ...
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CLR Inside Out – Handling Corrupted State Exceptions

  As Andrew pointed out in his recent post, the February installment of the “CLR Inside Out” column in MSDN magazine is now available on line.  This month we have an article from Andrew Pardoe on Handling Corrupted State Exceptions.You can find a list of all “CLR Inside Out” articles here.  As ...
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Why catch(Exception)/empty catch is bad

  You’ve seen the advice before—it’s not a good programming practice to catch System.Exception. Because managed exceptions are hierarchical, catching the top of the hierarchy—e.g., catch(Exception)—is an easy way to make sure that you catch all exceptions.  But do you really want to catch all ...
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IIS7 Load Balancing & Routing Module Now Available!

The IIS team has just shipped the Microsoft Application Request Routing 1.0 module for IIS7!!!Application Request Routing (ARR) enables Web server administrators and hosting providers and to increase Web application reliability and scalability through rule-based routing and load balancing of HTTP server requests. With ARR, administrators can ...

Web Packaging: Creating a Web Package using VS 2010

In the earlier post I highlighted various investments that we are making in Visual Studio 2010 and IIS to make Web Deployment easier.  You can read that post below: Deploying a web project with all its correct dependencies is not a trivial task. Some of the assets which need to be considered during deployment are...

Catch, Rethrow and Filters – Why you should care?

 A very common pattern in the usage of managed exception handling is that of catching an exception, inspecting it's type and rethrowing it once you realize it was not the exception you wanted to handle. Below is such an example (and should be avoided in preference to another approach described further below in the writeup) that uses ...
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Web Deployment with VS 2010 and IIS

Today, deploying a web application is not as easy as it should be. Whether you are deploying your web to a shared hosting environment and paying monthly to maintain it OR whether you have a web server/s managed by your enterprise, there are a lot of manual steps involved in getting your application from point A to point B. If you are ...

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