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  • Blog on the move adventures - Simple URL rewriting

    Yesterday I reported having moved my blog to another host, which went just fine. So, today I took a look at the stats that come with the hosting package to find out about the number of requests per day. I was pretty amazed to see about 14,000 hits per day. However, when diving a little deeper I saw that...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/11/2006
  • A simple request logger in ASP.NET

    Introduction I just deployed a self-written request logger HTTP Module to my blogs website to have a better picture about the activity on my blog over here. Through this post, I'd like to share information with you on how to create such a logger HTTP Module. What's an HTTP Module? ASP.NET processes requests...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/08/2005
  • MVP Visual Developer - Visual C#

    Woohoo :-) I just received a mail concerning my re-nomination as an MVP. This time, I'm MVP on C#. It will be a pleasure for me to continue with my community support in the next 12 (and more) months. Hope to see you on the ASP.NET Forums or elsewhere on-line.
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 02/10/2004
  • Screenscraping my "number of ASP.NET posts"

    Ever wondered how I get the number of my ASP.NET Forums posts on my homepage? The answer is by using screenscraping and the use of regular expressions. Here's the code: <%@ OutputCache Duration="30" VaryByParam="none" %> <%@ Control Language="C#" %> <%@ Import Namespace="System.Text.RegularExpressions...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 12/09/2004
  • Cassini as a Windows Service

    There've been quite a lot questions about running Cassini (the light-weight ASP.NET web server that is part of the ASP.NET Web Matrix of which the code is freely available via www.asp.net ) as a Windows Service. Since I did this already more than one year ago, I decided to put the bits and bytes of my...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/06/2004
  • CassiniEx

    People who've read my articles know I'm a fan of Cassini and have written several extensions for it already. Another guy, Michael J. Carter, has come up with CassiniEx some days ago with some great results. CassiniEx adds support for (copied from the CassiniEx homepage): Run multiple web applications...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 28/03/2004
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