The majority [if not all] of the pages in a dynamic website are dynamic. That is, pages that are created on user request. As we all know, dynamic web pages help to provide dynamic content, customized for the user requesting the page [e.g.: the user’s home page]. Dynamic pages also help provide dynamic content fetched from a changing [...]
This tip lightly covers three areas;consuming an RSS feed (not hard), partial page caching (not hard) and presenting the XML data as HTML via an XSL template (not hard).
I decided to put this together because I recently wanted to add some RSS feed content to my site and couldn’t seem to find an article that offered [...]
In this article, I’ll describe a way to unit test data caching with ASP.NET when using SQL Server, by utilizing the TraceServer class.Background
During the summer, I spent quite a lot of time building application layer APIs whose central parts where factories that created objects based on data retrieved from a SQL Server [...]
The article includes a recipe for creating a simple Velocity cache manager provider using the Application Block Software Factory.Creating the Project
The first thing to do is to create the project. If you don’t have Application Block Software Factory installed on your computer, then you can read an old post that I wrote in order to install it.
In VS2008, [...]
Caching of frequently used data greatly increases the scalability of your application since you can avoid repeated queries on database, file system or to webservices. When objects are cached, they can be retrieved from the cache which is a lot faster and more scalable than loading from database, file or web service. However, implementing caching is tricky and monotonous when [...]