Correct way for Instagram pagination using max_tag_id and min_tag_id

I am aware of so many such questions has been raised before on stackoverflow for the right way to do paging such that no duplicate grams comes.

I have read API endpoint documentation /tags/tag-name/media/recent
Theoretically it is understood that how the max_tag_id and min_tag_id works. What i have observed is it is easy to get historical grams from current to old.

The problem lies when you have reached till the end and in next set of execution you identify the min_tag_id from the database (get max instagramid). This means that get the grams before the min_tag_id (actually max value) stored in database.

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Correct way for Instagram pagination using max_tag_id and min_tag_id

I am aware of so many such questions has been raised before on stackoverflow for the right way to do paging such that no duplicate grams comes.

I have read API endpoint documentation /tags/tag-name/media/recent
Theoretically it is understood that how the max_tag_id and min_tag_id works. What i have observed is it is easy to get historical grams from current to old.

The problem lies when you have reached till the end and in next set of execution you identify the min_tag_id from the database (get max instagramid). This means that get the grams before the min_tag_id (actually max value) stored in database.

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Does number of same expressions in Angular JS HTML affect performance?

Consider an Angular HTML Partial:

<div>
  <p>
    <span ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'"></span>
    <span ng-if="abc.def === 'someValue'"></span>
  </p>

  <ul ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'">
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
  </ul>

  <div ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'" 
    ng-class="{'alternative-list': abc.def !=='someValue'}">
    <div></div>
    <div></div>
  </div>

  <div ng-class="{'class-a': abc.def !== 'someValue', 'class-b': abc.def === 'someValue'}"></div>

</div>

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Does number of same expressions in Angular JS HTML affect performance?

Consider an Angular HTML Partial:

<div>
  <p>
    <span ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'"></span>
    <span ng-if="abc.def === 'someValue'"></span>
  </p>

  <ul ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'">
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
    <li></li>
  </ul>

  <div ng-if="abc.def !== 'someValue'" 
    ng-class="{'alternative-list': abc.def !=='someValue'}">
    <div></div>
    <div></div>
  </div>

  <div ng-class="{'class-a': abc.def !== 'someValue', 'class-b': abc.def === 'someValue'}"></div>

</div>

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Windows Identity Foundation: How to delete STS token cookie on server side

I’m trying to delete WIF STS token cookie on server side, but could not get it to delete. It works only on the client browser side not on the server. I have been searching the web for the last few days but have not found a solution.

Some of the things i found and tried with no luck are:
FederatedAuthentication.SessionAuthenticationModule.SignOut(); -FederatedAuthentication.SessionAuthenticationModule.DeleteSessionTokenCookie(); FederatedAuthentication.SessionAuthenticationModule.CookieHandler.Delete();

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