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  • re: Google is not error free

    Some thing happened to me. Wasted quite some time there.
    Posted to Adnan Siddiqi (Weblog) by aspnet on February 1, 2009
  • Google Malware Warnings Right Now ... OR .....

    UPDATE: A&nbsp;data entry glitch by a Google employee led to this. Read about it here: 'Human error' shuts down&nbsp; Google. Is something up with Google? Every single search that I do shows a malware warning (even sites like microsoft.com). Is there something wrong, or something's up with my computer. &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 31, 2009
  • re: How to save your job!!!

    Interesting, and true to some extent as well.
    Posted to Nasir Ali Khan (Weblog) by aspnet on January 29, 2009
  • ASP .NET Client Callbacks

    And, here are the links to the remaining three parts of the video. Seriously, time limit on YouTube videos should realistically be around 15-20 mts. Part 2 of 4&nbsp;| Part 3 of 4&nbsp;| Part 4 of 4 &nbsp;
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 28, 2009
  • re: MSDN Hackable URL's

    Hi Nasir, What the term hackable meant was that the URL can be guessed to a particular class or its member, without the need to navigate the complete hierarchy from page to page. However, please correct me if I am incorrect here, but I am in doubt whether these pages actually exist on the server. Does not sound logical that hundreds of (or may ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 21, 2009
  • Converting non-English videos into English Using .NET Framework

    In a bid to make my videos more accessible to a global audience, I came with an&nbsp;idea to use System.Speech classes to convert the audio tracks on my videos into English using Speech Synthesis provided by the .NET Framework.Here is some sample code in a Windows Forms Application. Code is written in the Button click event handler. Requires ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 21, 2009
  • re: Can you figure this out?

    BTW, the new arithematic captchas are cool.
    Posted to Adnan Siddiqi (Weblog) by aspnet on January 20, 2009
  • re: Can you figure this out?

    Yes very annoying occassionally. In a bid to avoid bots, these captchas create all sorts of wiggly woggly alphabets, not to mention various criss cross lines all over the words. Can be very annoying and frustrating if trying to register in a hurry for something.
    Posted to Adnan Siddiqi (Weblog) by aspnet on January 20, 2009
  • MSDN Hackable URL's

    Here is a neat trick that always comes in handy when looking for a quick reference on classes and their members in .NET. MSDN URL's are hackable; they can simply be called as follows: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.net.networkinformation.networkinterface.getisnetworkavailable.aspx The above returns the page with information about ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 18, 2009
  • re: App Level IP Address Filtering: HttpModules

    @Khurram, thanks for the suggestion. I tried and it works. However, the video does not get played in the blog; a youtube window pops up when the video is clicked.
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 15, 2009
  • re: App Level IP Address Filtering: HttpModules

    Hello Khurram, Yes I do have Live Writer setup for CS and Blogger. But did not try it for media yet. I will try to post a test entry and see. Thanks.
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 15, 2009
  • App Level IP Address Filtering: HttpModules

    How to work with httpmodules. I tried to embed a video but it does not get rendered on the blog post. Neither does this version of CS have add media option. Can someone let me know how to embed youtube videos here? Thanks! Finally, here are the links to my recent video tutorials on httpmodules and how to work with application level IP address ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 15, 2009
  • 280slides.com - Web Presentation App

    Interesting Web App to create presentations. The whole UI feels like a desktop environment. It is coded in a language called Objective-J. http://www.280slides.com
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 11, 2009
  • Google Search RSS Feeds

    Here is my attempt to transform Google Search Results into a RSS feed. This functionality is missing from Google. Test it out and provide some feedback. I have published the feed as a web service at http://www.ecubicle.net/gsearch_rss.asmx There is a single function called GetSearchResults with the following signature GetSearchResults(byval ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 10, 2009
  • re: ASP.NET Session and Cookies

    I'd like to share one special case that I encountered during a project with cookieless session. If hyperlink controls are being created dynamically, care must be taken that they are not absolute URL's; otherwise, the session would be lost. To fix this, we had to use Request.ApplyAppPathModifier method for the navigateUrl property of hyperlink ...
    Posted to Nasir Ali Khan (Weblog) by aspnet on January 7, 2009
  • re: Wish-list for .NET Framework v4 and ASP.NET

    Hi Khurram, Your blog post is thought provoking. However, can you please elaborate on point i about web.config being simple? From what I have seen in VS 2005 and now in VS 2008, no changes are required in web.config to get an ASP.NET site up and running - unless of course you want to tweak attribute such as authorization, or whatever else element ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by aspnet on January 7, 2009
  • Extension Methods in VB.NET

    Extension methods allow developers to add functionality to the existing .NET types without recompiling the source, or extending (deriving from the type) the type. For certain types, such as String, these cannot be extended because they are declared as Notinheritable (Sealed). For such scenarios, create an extension method to add custom ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 7, 2009
  • LINQ and ADO .NET Data Services Videos

    I have published some tutorials on YouTube on LINQ and ADO .NET Data Services. ADO .NET Data Services allow creation of REST based services which is simply a fancy way of serializing data as XML and returning it over HTTP. You can view these tutorials on my YouTube Channel at http://ca.youtube.com/rafaybinali &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • Google Maps KML and LINQ to Display Driving Directions

    The&nbsp;important part is to retrieve the KML file (XML&nbsp;based standard)&nbsp;from Google Maps (refer to urlString). Once we have the KML file, we create an&nbsp;XMLDataSource control, retrieve the&nbsp;XmlDocument's&nbsp;InnerXml. After that, we parse the elements to retrieve the directions which are placed in the&nbsp;&lt;name&gt; element ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • Re: Convert to flv format..

    The blog URL is http://weblogs.com.pk/blogs/aspnet&nbsp; NOT WHAT IT READS IN THE ABOVE POST.
    Posted to Microsoft .NET (Forum) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • Re: Convert to flv format..

    Also, have a look at the youtube downloader web service that I have recently published. As you are probably aware, YouTube Google GData API allows replication of the entire YouTube functionality from within your application. However, the only piece missing from this API is the ability to download videos - which is understandable. By using my web ...
    Posted to Microsoft .NET (Forum) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • Re: Convert to flv format..

    I have finished creating a complete YouTube clone in .NET. The most complex part of the whole project was to find out how to convert media into FLV after upload. This research took the better part of my project time. Nonetheless, it is complete in terms of functionality, though UI needs some major rework. Anyhow, what you need is FFMPEG.exe. It ...
    Posted to Microsoft .NET (Forum) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • YouTube Download Web Service: Integrate YouTube Download into your .NET apps FREE

    Here is an interesting web service that allows applications to download youtube videos. Applications that require interaction with youtube can obviously use the YouTube API's to provide exhaustive youtube functionality right from their web sites. However, the only API function that is missed is the ability to download from Youtube.The Youtube web ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
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