Turbo-charge your PHP applications with IIS FastCGI Technical Preview 2

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn After 3 months of community feedback and development, the FastCGI Techical Preview 2 has just been released!  Before I jump into the juicy details, I want to thank everyone who has tried out the original release, and given us bug and feature feedback on the FastCGI forums.  This has been incredibly … [Read more…]

Get nice looking directory listings for your IIS website with DirectoryListingModule

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn *************************************************(NEW) Update – 2/1/09:Clarified installation instructions (see post).Fixed bugs: – Occasional icons missing / icons missing during heavy load due to MTA problems with SHGetFileInfo (http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=337530) – Directory listing template has broken icons in some configurations *************************************************Update – 4/26/08:IconHandler 2.0 released. Use IconHandler to build your own directory listing, or any other app that needs file … [Read more…]

Display pretty file icons in your ASP.NET applications with IconHandler

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn *************************************************Update – 4/26/08:IconHandler 2.0 released.  **************************************************Update – 1/20/2007: Use the IconHandler in conjunction with the DirectoryListingModule to set up a nice-looking directory listing for your IIS website, or create a your own directory listing template.************************************************** Do you like file icons?  I do.  They make it pretty easy to visually digest file … [Read more…]

You can actually download the hotlinking blocker module now

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Apparently, my previous post of the LeechGuard hot-linking prevention module ended up with broken download and image links.  No-one could download the module, and on my home network I could see it just fine.  The funniest thing is that I found out about this from an internal email forward that referenced … [Read more…]