I’ve had several occasions where I have needed to make an Ajax request to a secure action on the server (i.e. an action that requires the user to be logged in). The problem is…sometimes the user’s session will timeout between the time they access the secure page and the time they make the secure Ajax request. My action notices this and redirects the user to the

I’ve seen several ASP.NET developers architect their web apps so that the only way they can include page-specific CSS or JavaScript is via the code-behind file. That is a bad method because you generally want to keep as much display logic in the aspx as possible. It is actually very easy to structure your master page to allow page-specific CSS/JavaScript. You’ll kick yourself when you see

You may run into a situation where you would have to render a partial view to a string and then return it as part of a JSON response like this: The ability to do something like this would open up a ton of amazing possibilities, so I really scoured the internet looking for a solution. Unfortunately, no one seems to have come up with a clean