A small collection of randomly useful .NET related links

This is a weird collection of useful links that I’ve had sitting in open tabs for a couple of weeks. I’ve been trying to turn any of them into their own posts, but it just hasn’t happened – however, they are useful, so I’m posting them here for my own reference and in the hope that someone else gets value out of them.

Posting raw JSON to Web API – when I needed to do this I found it quite strange that I hadn’t needed to do so sooner. In a world where it’s pretty easy to cast your JSON to an object and work with it that way it’s understandably uncommon to need to do this, however if you end up needing it you’ll probably find the link useful.

<%$, <%@, <%=, <%# … what's the deal? The more I work on MVC applications the more I find my brain trying to drop WebForms Eval syntaxes from my brain. If you’re in the same boat, then this is a helpful cheat sheet.

How to clear HSTS Settings in Major Browsers – if you’re working with an app which sets HSTS settings then you may find it useful to know how to clear them. They can be somewhat persistent.

Why is the IIS default app pool recycle set to 1740 minutes? An interesting piece of IIS related history, for those drawn to such things.

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Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 1:30 PM |

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