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Policy Injection Application Block and ASP.NET Caching Screencast

I recently created the Validation Application Block and ASP.NET Integration Screencast, and for kicks just completed the Policy Injection Application Block and ASP.NET Caching Screencast this evening. This new screencast shows you how to use the Policy Injection Application Block and CachingCallHandlerAttribute to declaratively do caching in your ASP.NET Web Applications.

Screencasts are not easy to put together, so I respect anyone who does a lot of these with success. Everytime I start recording I either fumble it or there is some unexpected background noise like a toilet flushing, dog barking, or garage door opening :) Tonight my 3 1/2 year old son decided to use the office bathroom about 30 seconds to finish. I can’t complain, however, as I am just excited he is using the potty!

Anyway, if you are interested in the Enterprise Library 3.0 Policy Injection Application Block and how it can be used to pull cross-cutting concerns like caching from your ASP.NET Web Applications, I added the screencast to my Enterprise Library Screencasts.

I also created similar functionality in Windsor via a Facility this weekend, but I will have to blog about that at another time. You can see another post I did on Windsor AOP here.

BTW, this weekend I checked out Ayende’s MonoRail Screencast which is absolutely awesome. Definitely worth watching if you haven’t already.

Check out my screencast here.


Drinking: Gyokuro Green Tea

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2 Responses to Policy Injection Application Block and ASP.NET Caching Screencast

  1. David Hayden says:

    I just made a note on the Screencasts page about this so thanks for the reminder.

    The screencasts are built with Camtasia and use the Techsmith Screen Capture Code.

    You can download it here:


  2. Mike says:

    What codec is being used in these? I can’t get Media Player to play them…

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