Larry Steinle

June 28, 2014

Big Brother, Little Brother or No Bother?

Filed under: C,Security,VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 1:07 am
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Ever see the message, “Your IP Address has been recorded?” In this article we will review what kind of information a web site can gather about you, why a web site may need this information and how to get the information using c#.
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Web Information

Filed under: C,Security,VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 1:06 am
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An ASP.Net Page provides simple, convenient access to HTTP Context data like Request, Response, Server, QueryString and Cookies to name a few. While re-factoring code to improve reuse often I find a need to move code from the web page and into a reusable class. (more…)

August 18, 2013

JavaScript Chaining Made Fun!

Filed under: Web — Larry Steinle @ 6:59 pm
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The chain pattern allows several actions to be executed within a single line of concurrent code. jQuery’s use of chaining has popularized the concept so that the masses now prefer chaining their method calls. Creating an application that supports chaining can be cumbersome. This article will demonstrate how to add chaining functionality to any JavaScript class without modifying any code in the class you want to upgrade to support the chaining pattern.

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March 20, 2011

AD Query: Putting it All Together

Filed under: Active Directory,VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 11:20 am
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In the previous seven posts we learned how to construct an Active Directory Data Access Layer. In today’s post we will use the AD DAL to create an Active Directory Query tool. AD Query will allow us to select, insert, update and delete objects in Active Directory with a familiar intuitive interface. Best of all, AD Query will demonstrate just how easy it is to work with Active Directory now that we have implemented the DataBase Access Layer.

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