Make WebAPI Return JSON to an AJAX Request
If you make an AJAX call to a WebAPI service using an XmlHttpRequest object, you’ll notice that the data returned to you is formatted as XML. This is because the “Accept” header in a typical XmlHttpRequest call looks something like this:
Introduction to Design Time Templating in C#
While a good developer will always do their best to write DRY code, cases do arise when repetition is inevitable. Mapping one object type to another provides a good example of this. While reflection can be used to compare types against one another, in high-volume contexts the performance loss that reflection incurs may be too significant.
Get the Length of a Video in C#
There are two main ways to get the length of a video file in C#:
Encrypting a web.config file