Asp.Net Error: There is no build provider registered for the extension ‘.html’

When you try to map an html file in and rewrite the URL to remove .html extension such as the example below routes.MapPageRoute(“myhtml”, “myhtml”, “~/Resources/demo/myhtml.html”); It throws an error as following There is no build provider registered for the extension ‘.html’. You can register one in the <compilation><buildProviders> section in machine.config or web.config The following configuration changes in web.config fixes it. <compilation debug=”true” targetFramework=”4.5″ > <buildProviders > <add extension=”.htm” type=”System.Web.Compilation.PageBuildProvider” /> <add extension=”.html” type=”System.Web.Compilation.PageBuildProvider”/> </buildProviders> </compilation>  

Cordova Plugins: Review Unnecessary Permissions

If you went through the article on adding social sharing feature in HTML5 game using Intel XDK, it seemed like a simple plugin which should not require any permission but after adding the plugin and few more other plugins I found that WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission was added in my android app so I checked all plugins one by one to see which plugin is adding what permissions and found out that WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGEĀ permission was being added by social sharing plugin. When I checked developer notes (quoted below) I found that the permission was not required in my case, since I was not fetching any remote images for sharing. For sharing remote images (or other files) on Android, the file needs to be stored locally first, so add this permission to AndroidManifest.xml: <uses-permission android:name=“android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE“ /> In fact it was just a simple play store URL which I was sharing in my app so[…]