The most common reasons for performing HTTP requests from code are consuming HTTP APIs that have no wrapper library available, and scraping web content. Without resorting to third-party libraries, there are basically three managed ways to perform an HTTP request … Continue reading
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When you want a process to run continuously, even when no user is logged in to a machine and when you want that process to start running as soon as Windows does, you may want to create a Windows Service. … Continue reading
In this post I keep a list of questions and answers I frequently link to on Stack Overflow. .NET NullReferenceException What is a NullReferenceException and how do I fix it? HTTP 500 – Internal Server Error on IIS How to … Continue reading
I wanted to allow the user to edit a list of items while also enabling the user to sort them, and to post that back in a meaningful way without parsing on the server side. This does the trick: public … Continue reading