Monthly Archives: April 2012

JavaScript: Parse the Query String into a Usable Object

One common task when working in JavaScript on the client side is having to parse the query string into a usable object form. Here’s a function that returns an array of arrays representing the key/value pairs in the query string: … Continue reading

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ASP.Net MVC: Simple Custom Authorization by Inheriting from the AuthorizeAttribute

Implementing custom authorization to a ASP.Net MVC site can be quite simple if you take advantage of the built-in ActionFilter authorization framework. Here’s how to do it. First, this enumeration describing four levels of access to the site.   // … Continue reading

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IT Toolbox: TechNet Magazine April 2012

The April IT Toolbox column is up on the TechNet Magazine website. In April, I covered these products: Fences: Organize your Windows Desktop LockHunter: Find and unlock locked files DiskInternals Linux Reader: Read EXT2/EXT3 file systems from Windows Check it … Continue reading

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