C H A P T E R 7
Managing ASP.NET Application Policies
During the design and coding of your web site, you will often come up with actions that you would like to take for every page on your site, or perhaps for every control of a certain type. I call those actions application policies. You might apply them before or after a page generates its content or as part of page or control processing.
Application policies can have a big impact on performance in areas such as session management, caching, URL rewriting, output filtering, and control rendering. They also form an important part of the ultra-fast approach, since they allow you to easily centralize, manage, and monitor certain aspects of your application. That helps improve agility while minimizing ...