.NET and performance code related articles
As web developers we are tempted to be general about our use or the request object and submitted parameters. The temptation to access Request[“someKey”] is high because it frees us from wondering whether MyPage.aspx was posted to using POST or GET and we might also convince ourselves that it’s more flexible because it means that both POST and GET would work. Well, it would do something, that’s for sure. But do we always get consistent results?
When you want a high performance application, it pays to know what is happening behind the scenes in some of the most often used classes.