Making a Response.Redirect from plain HTML or JavaScript

The standard approach for making a URL redirection in ASP.NET is to use a Redirect call: Response.Redirect(“”) What happens behind the scenes: the server (IIS) sends to the browser a simple HTTP Response, containing a message code (“302”), which essentially tells the browser to issue a new HTTP Request, for

PHP and ASP.NET – Making the right choice

If the past debate between PHP and ASP.NET was thought of as a biased comparison, due to the fact that the first was a scripting language, and the latter a fully developed web application framework, now the issue is a bit easier to discuss, since PHP has finally added a few OOP

Reasons for outsourcing

If you already know what outsourcing represents but still are confused about it’s purposes and means of efficiency, here are some basic facts about the effects of outsourcing in your organization if you decide to follow up this path. First of all, outsourcing means for sure cutting down costs. It lowers the overall

The Ajax technology

In a broader sense, Ajax represents a cluster of technologies that were so designed as to create a developer comprehensive and user-end facile language. At both ends, developer and remote user, Ajax creates and delivers rich web applications on a desktop application basis, providing lower bandwidth usage and speeding up loading page

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