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Aug 15 2012
You would think with the massive amounts of bandwidth client-side performance would be much of an issue anymore. What's the big deal with a page that may be a couple MBs in request since we have loads of bandwidth to deal with nowadays? Now let's multiply that bandwidth by the amount of requests you have coming in, so a couple hits a day, maybe it still isn't a big deal, thousands, millions of requests per day, now it becomes a big deal. Of course as a developer, you may have a clear understanding on performance issues when it comes to writin...

Optimizing Your Asp.Net Pages for Faster Loading and Better Performance.

Apr 27 2006
If you read the internet and all of the websites dedicated to Asp.Net you will inevitably read about the wonders of the DataGrid, DataList, and Repeater controls. While each of these has its place, if you are only displaying data there is a much faster and more efficient means to do so. Let's say you have a page that displays articles based on a query string. Take my article pages for instance. Each article is stored in a database and displayed on the page based on the unique id of the article as stored in the database. A normal asp page ...

Use Base Pages In Your Applications

Feb 15 2006
Class PageBase Using DotNetNuke as an example for this tutorial you can see there is a class called PageBase located in the Shared folder (PageBase.vb). Within this class you can see that the PageBase class inherits from the standard System.Web.UI.Page class within the .NET framework. Public MustInherit Class PageBase     Inherits System.Web.UI.Page   Investigate this class further and you'll see it is broken up into various regions containing public properties, public methods, and corresponding private...

Properties, Getting and Setting Them Dynamically

Jan 03 2006
Iterating Through Properties In this code snippet we have a custom object that contains a method called GetProperties. The purpose of this method is so the object can return an arraylist of all the named properties it contains. Again you could use this to populate a drop down which then adds fields to be reported on or calculated against. Public Function GetProperties() As ArrayList    Dim Properties As New ArrayList    Dim PropertyInfo As PropertyInfo() = Me.GetType.GetProperties()    Dim P...
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