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Keyword Highlighting with One Line of Code: Applied Use of HttpResponse.Filter in ASP.NET to Modify the Output Stream

, 3 Jan 2014 CPOL
HttpResponse.Filter post-processes the output of an ASP.NET page in order to modify the HTML document before it is sent to the client, similar to output buffering in PHP. The example wraps instances of a keyword on the page in an HTML element to have a highlighting style applied to it.



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Yvan Rodrigues
Systems Engineer Clearpath Robotics
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Yvan Rodrigues has 25 years of experience in information systems and software development for the industry. He is Senior Systems Developer at Clearpath Robotics

He is a Certified Technician (C.Tech.), a professional designation granted by the Institute of Engineering Technology of Ontario (IETO).

Yvan draws on experience as owner of Red Cell Innovation Inc., Mabel's Labels Inc. as Manager of Systems and Development, and the University of Waterloo as Information Systems Manager.

Yvan supports open-source software. He is a committer for SharpKit (C# to Javascript cross-compiler) and WebIssues (Issue/Ticket Management System), TinyMCE (JavaScript editor), and contributes to MySQL, Ghostscript, iTextSharp, Bacula, FreeBSD, and Xamarin.

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