Here’s a hierarchical view of the IIS 7.0 Configuration Store
Windows PowerShell is a modern object-based command shell and scripting language designed for Microsoft Windows. Along with the normal shell features for working with files and programs, it also provides for direct access to all of Windows though the Windows Object Models: .NET, COM and WMI.
This refcard covers starting and using Windows PowerShell, including the syntax for all statements, operators and other elements of the language. Also included are examples of how to use .NET, COM, ADSI and WMI objects from PowerShell. Finally, it includes tips and tricks—short examples showing how to perform common tasks from PowerShell.
There are all sorts of different inline tags, and I haven’t found a place that explains them all in one place, so here is the quick and dirty…
This article has cheat sheets for retrieving various bits of ASP.NET runtime information. For each bit of info, there is:
* A code snippet for retrieving it in a page, with a link to MSDN
* Description, sometimes explanation
* The value for the live ASP.NET app backing this site”
Regular Expressions (RegEx) give me a headache most of the time. That’s where cheat sheets like these com in handy:
Using HTML entities is the right way to ensure all the characters on your page are validated. However, often finding the right entity code requires scanning through 250 rows of characters.
This lookup allows you to quickly find the entity based on how it looks, e.g. like an < or the letter c.