Articles Written by Bipin Joshi

Working with Ajax Helper in ASP.NET MVC

Learn how to use Ajax helper to submit your HTML form using Ajax so that instead of refreshing the entire web page only a part of it will be refreshed.

Using SSL in ASP.NET Web API

Bipin Joshi explains how to use SSL in an ASP.NET Web API to achieve secure data transfer.

Two Ways of Passing HTML5 Web Storage Data to ASP.NET

HTML5 web storage allows you to store data on the client side, but to pass the data stored in web storage to the server you need to make some programmatic arrangement. Learn how the data transfer can be facilitated by using a hidden form field and Ajax call.

Using Tracing in ASP.NET Web API

Learn how to use tracing to figure out how your code is being executed and to track its execution sequence.

Using Custom Action Names in ASP.NET Web API

By default Web API action methods use the same HTTP method name that they are serving. There are several ways in which you can customize these action method names. Read on to learn more.

Returning Images from ASP.NET Web API

At times you need to store image data directly into a SQL Server database rather than the image URL. While dealing with this scenario you need to read images from a database and then return this image data from your Web API. This article shows the steps involved in this process.

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