IIS with URL Rewrite as a reverse proxy - part 3 – rewriting the outbound response contents

This is the third part of the article series dealing with IIS using URL rewrite as a reverse proxy for real world apps. Check out part 1 and part 2 before reading on. Configuring outbound rules for Javascript encoded content. More and more applications send content to the browser in the form of Javascript encoded…

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IIS with URL Rewrite as a reverse proxy - part 2 – dealing with 500.52 status codes

This is the second article in a three-part series of articles dealing with setting up IIS as a reverse proxy. Check out part one here. IIS acting as reverse proxy: Where the problems start: Testing this new setup for basic scenarios may work, but you can also be presented with a couple of issues. The…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 7

The seventh video in the series looks at implementing Routing in the application. Mostly associated with ASP.net MVC Routing has also been available in ASP.net WebFoms as well, and this video looks at implementation of routes, from simple static ones, to complex parametric one. << Previous Chapter | Next Chapter (Dynamic Data) >> By Paul…

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