Quite often when dealing with an API or some other external service, you will find that you get Unix timestamps returned to you or alternatively have to provide a timestamp in Unix form when sending a request back. Since you are going to be running your .NET code on a windows machine, you don't have…
You are looking to create some sort of HTML element on your site that when clicked will trigger a file download. Seems like a pretty simple request, but there is a little more to it then first appears. By default web browsers will have a set way to handle certain file formats. For example, if…
File downloads can be a bit of a nuance sometimes as web browsers often support a lot of document types. Simply adding the file path to the href of a html element, wont be enough for you to be able to download the file. There are dozens of work arounds to make this work, but…
This can be done in the RouteConfig.cs. You can set the default route that will be used to display the home page. You can find this file in Project->App_Start->RouteConfig.cs. The config inside this file will let you set default home page for ASP.NET razor MVC websites. The contents of the default file should look something…
When you want to access a session from an ashx file you will find that using context.Session["value"] , will not allow you to access the session variables from the previous file where the session was available from. This is expected behavior and based on some guides Ihave seen, is often over complicated. Rather than building a work around…