Tag: What is new in ASP.Net 4.0

What is new in ASP.Net 4.0 Part-3

Object Caching and Object Caching Extensibility Since its first release, ASP.NET has included a powerful in-memory object cache (System.Web.Caching.Cache). The cache implementation has been so popular that it has been used in non-Web applications. However, it is awkward for a Windows Forms or WPF application to include a reference to System.Web.dll just to be able

What is new in ASP.Net 4.0 Part-2

Shrinking Session State ASP.NET provides two default options for storing session state across a Web farm: a session-state provider that invokes an out-of-process session-state server, and a session-state provider that stores data in a Microsoft SQL Server database. Because both options involve storing state information outside a Web application’s worker process, session state has to

What is new in ASP.Net 4.0

Web.config File Refactoring The Web.config file that contains the configuration for a Web application has grown considerably over the past few releases of the .NET Framework as new features have been added, such as Ajax, routing, and integration with IIS 7. This has made it harder to configure or start new Web applications without a