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  1. Add support for Redis Sentinel to RedisSessionStateProvider

    RedisSessionStateProvider configuration allows only a single redis host name to be configured; this host is a single point of failure in non-azure installations. To allow use of the distributed high-availability features of redis it is necessary for this provider to support redis sentinel.

    Background:

    RedisSessionStateProvider is in use in the Azure platform where redis is provided as a guaranteed service at a given host name (or IP address?), presumably via some form of load balancer that can redirect traffic in the event of server failures.

    In a non-azure installation the standard approach for high-availability redis is to use redis sentinel,…

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  2. In you Model class use using System.Runtime.Serialization;

    In your Model class reference it to using System.Runtime.Serialization;

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  3. Incorporate "Fluent Design" controls into ASP.NET Web Apps

    Current web apps require a significant amount of customization to make them look modern. Imitating the functionality of the new WIndows 10 apps should be built into ASP.NET. Expensive products like Telerik are flourishing from this shortcoming. With the introduction of more fluently designed Windows apps, it would be helpful to give developers the tools to design apps like those in the demos.

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  4. Out of the box video sharing with SignalR.

    Something that lets users take camera input and send data through in real time. http/2 can help in that. No more ASCII limitations. Performance too will increase. Therefore making video chatting, conferencing, webinars more easily accessible.

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  5. Show corrolation between request started and ended in IIS Express logs

    When working with a REST-api the log from IISExpress would be a lot more useful if you could add a corrolation id between the request start and end.

    The "request started" logs contain the request method, but the "request ended" does not, which makes it hard to tell which methods fail and succeeds.

    E.g. if you have PUT and DELETE methods for the same url the log would look exactly the same;

    IISExpress: Request ended: http://localhost:9002/api/customers/1 with HTTP status 200.0
    IISExpress: Request ended: http://localhost:9002/api/customers/1 with HTTP status 401.0

    Was it the PUT or the DELETE that failed with 401?

    Also;…

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  6. 2 votes
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  7. Problem in Auto succession in Visual Studio 2015 Frame work 4.6

    In visual studio 2015, I have created one project using ASP.NET Web Forms site. In this project all pages has no extension (.aspx is not showing) due to this result Auto succession is not working (showing lengthy docs type). When I change it in frame work 4 then it is working.
    So please help me out this problem.

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  8. web.config conditional compilation constants

    Please add the ability to specify conditional compilation constants easily in the web.config for a file system based web site. A simple declaration in the <system.web><compilation> directive would be ideal.

    You can work around with <system.codedom><compilers> directives, but many shared hosting environments generally do not let you install your own compiler, so this should be something that you can specify without requiring these directives.

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  9. Explain Why Openning project with another PC Failed

    Hello for all Microsoft Team,

    I'm a beginner and trid to learn more about ASP.NET 5, I create a helloworld on my laptop and tried to openned with my desk PC to have more screens no way to open the project with the directory on my usb stick, I tried another new project on my OneDrive same stuation, it fails asking me to attached files and all are *.exe, is there any help link that I don't find, I have to create new project every time and I don't progress in ASP.NET self training,

    Best Regards

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  10. Quick start to ASP.NET Core - Is NOT a free course

    This course 'http://aspnetcorequickstart.com/';
    is in the list of free courses here:
    'https://www.asp.net/freecourses';
    but it is not free at all..

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  11. Make WebDeploy faster for back to back publishes

    Webdeploy should not copy all the files to obj folder on every publish until there has been a change in the project any where. For example I have to publish on subdomain back to back it takes hours to complete most of the time is spent on copying files to obj folder which is unnecessary. Thank

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  13. I have a great idea..... why don't you stop helping this knock offs getting info on how to hack us and take over our computers with their co

    you suck microsoft I paid out the yahuu to keep someone out PAID YOU and you tell the HOW to GET PAST THAT THEY NOW CONTROL MY COMPUTER

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  14. Provide Tutorials in VB not just C#

    Why do all your tutorials require a working knowledge of C#? I have been programming since 1968 (initially Algol and FORTRAN) and I much prefer using VB.

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  15. Acces Clien Pour La Cam

    Laiser Les Client avoi acce au Cam de la Maison

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  16. Rename current component naming convention

    I suggest to rename [SELECTED_NAME]ViewComponent naming convention to basically [SELECTED_NAME]Component to follow the same naming convention in MVC controller in ASP.NET Core. The current naming add confusing with ViewModel structure and it looks we are defining a data structure rather than a controller or component. Thanks,

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  17. Region Support for ASPX File

    I hope in aspx file can use region like this

    <%--#region test--%>
    <div>
    <table></table>
    </div>
    <%--#endregion--%>

    and can collapse the region the same as region in cs file.

    Related post:
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/515833/how-to-create-regions-in-an-aspx-file

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  20. Include coverage of Unit Testing support, both MSTest and xUnit testing.

    Testing should be a major bullet point for your sample projects

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