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While ASP.NET MVC has a powerful routing engine for handling requests, there can be a scenario when you need to process a list of specific URL rewrites in your application. Often this can be due to a new version of an existing site going live where the URL structure has changed. Under Apache, this can be handled easily in the…

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Update: March 2013 This method of retrieving timeline data from Twitter is going to be shut down very soon. Please see my follow up article on the death of the Twitter API v1 for more details on why it will no longer be possible to use JavaScript for the Twitter API. Twitter. For better or worse it's everywhere. You'd be…

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For most applications where transactions are taking place, there is a need for some type of discount capability, affiliate tracking, referral code tracking, or a combination of the three. The design of the code used to accomplish this can vary greatly based on the needs of the system, which is why there is generally no standard solution. In an effort…

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