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Multi-Step Input Forms in ASP.NET MVC

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It is a common problem with a web page that a form is too complex to fit easily on the page. You can, of course, rely on the scrollbar, but it soon becomes a daunting and erratic process for the poor user. Wizards, that allow you to guide the user through a process, are great but take time to set up. Is there a simple solution for those occasions where there is too much data-entry for a form but a full wizard seems like overkill?

2016-11-11

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Crossing the Site Domain with JavaScript

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Browsers try to prevent a range of malicious attacks by preventing content being accessed by a web page from a different domain to the one that the page was fetched from. If you have a legitimate need to do this, it is a bad idea to disable this method of defence: Instead, there are more legitimate and safer ways of performing cross-domain JavaScript calls such as JSONP or Cross-Origin Resource Sharing, as Dino explains.

2016-08-16

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The Plain Simple Password Page Not So Simple Anymore

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The requirements for the management of passwords have become far more complex over the past few years in response to the increasing sophistication of security breaches. Nowadays, you need to provide a range of features such as hashing, routine change of passwords, preventiion of repeat passwords, email confirmation, auto-generation of random passwords and password quality checks. Dino Esposito explains.

2016-06-27

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ASP.NET Core: A More Realistic Starter Kit

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ASP.NET Core is a fascinating platform with many good ideas, but in its present form (RC1)there is a culture shock for experienced ASP.NET developers to experience the effort involved in porting a realistic application. There is an obvious advantage on being able to host an application on any web server, but is this enough to compensate for losing the convenience of an integrated pipeline?

2016-05-05

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SCOME - Centralize Monitoring with ASP.NET - Part 1

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New author Drew Salem brings us a series on how to centrally monitor your SQL Servers. He includes ASP.NET code and a framework that will check your servers and display a report for you. This article presents an overview of the dealing with the SCOME issue.

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2009-04-20

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The Secondary Database Name in an AG

I am setting up a SQL Server 2022 Availability Group and I am ready to restore the database on the secondary. The primary database is named Finance. However, we also use this instance for QA and already have a database named Finance. How do I configure the AG to use a different database as the secondary?

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