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Jan 1, 2023
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By software engineering standards, ASP.NET Web Forms can be considered old school. Perhaps I’m aging myself with that statement, but its true. From a software perspective, even 10 years begins to show its age. I started to use Web Forms the year after they were introduced by Microsoft in...

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Nov 20, 2022
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I was writing about the problems of legacy ASP.NET Web Forms applications. It is often not possible to rewrite them from scratch, as new features should be introduced every month, and I’d like to dig into one of the ways of modernizing these applications. In this part, I will write...

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Oct 14, 2020
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Just because you're using Web Forms, it doesn't mean that you are stuck in a technical time-warp. If you want to liven up a site with new features using Ajax and libraries such as jQuery, Bootstrap or Knockout.JS, then you can always integrate a Web API layer into a...

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