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All About Caching In Asp.Net, IIS

Two key factors in improving the speed of your Web applications are: Reducing the number of request/response roundtrips. Reducing the number of bytes transferred between the server and the client. HTTP caching is of the best ways to reduce roundtrips and bytes transferred. Caching provides a mechanism for a client or proxy to store HTTP responses for later use, so that requests need not cross the network.

How To Create WCF Rest Services In Asp.Net

Representational State Transfer (REST): Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style that specifies constraints, such as the uniform interface, that enable services to work best on the Web.

$.ajax, $.get, $.post, $.getScript, $.getJson differences in jquery

$.ajax() Performs an asynchronous HTTP (Ajax) request basically this is a method of jquery which internally uses xmlhttprequest object of JavaScript as asynchronous communicator which supports cross browser also. There is lots of confusion in some of the function of jquery like $.ajax, $.get, $.post, $.getScript, $.getJSON that what is the difference among them which is the best, which is the fast, which to use and when so below is the description of them to make them clear and to get rid of this type of confusions.

httphandler and httpmodule in

An HTTP module is an assembly that is called on every request that is made to your application (for pre-processing logic implementation ).