My last post described how to acquire Twitter OAuth keys and tokens to allow you to use Twitter’s API to access Twitter feeds. I showed how to use the request module with node.js, which has built-in support for OAuth, to request and process data. In this blog post I will show how to do the same thing using C# and .NET using the OAuthBase class linked to from oauth.net. Let’s start with the code to call the Twitter API: using System; using System.IO; using System.Net; using System.Text; using OAuth; class App { static void Main() { ...

posted @ Tuesday, May 20, 2014 8:25 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ .NET ]

Scott Hanselman describes the ASP.NET fix need to make the browser definition files work with IE10. In general we encourage developers to use feature detection when switching their mark-up but the ASP.NET infrastructure has been around for a long time. One thing to watch out for if you are doing custom browser detection is the two digit version number with IE10. We've seen a few sites have issues because they only expect a single digit and end up thinking IE10 is IE1.