What is URL Routing in ASP.NET 4.0?
ASP.NET 4 adds built-in support for using routing with Web Forms. Routing lets you configure an application to accept request URLs that do not map to physical files. Instead, you can use routing to define URLs that are meaningful to users and that can help with search-engine optimization (SEO) for your application. For example, the URL for a page that displays product categories in an existing application might look like the following example:
ASP.NET 4 when IIS is reset
Meta Tags using the Page Directives
Response.Redirect(), Response.RedirectPermanent(), Server.Transfer()
Shrinking Session State
Expanding size of allowable URL
Preventing XSS Attacks in ASP.NET 4
New features in ASP.NET 4.0
Features of ASP.NET 4.0 Chart Control
Advantage of Response.RedirectPermanent()
Benefit of Extensible Output Caching
Controlling IDs of Controls
Monitor Performance in ASP.NET 4.0
By using routing, you can configure the application to accept the following URL to render the same information:
http://www.dotnetuncle.com/products/software. See here that this URL makes more meaning to search engines.