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This screencast demonstrates how to get started with Ajax in ASP.NET MVC Framework.
Come learn about the new features being introduced with ASP.NET MVC 2. Templated helpers allow associating edit and display elements with data types automatically. Areas provide a means of dividing a large Web application into multiple projects. Data annotations allows attaching metadata attributes on a model to control validation. Client validation enables form field validation without the need to perform a roundtrip to the server. Learn how these new features enable you to be more productive when building ASP.NET MVC applications.
Picking up where Lesson two left off, this new installment of ASP.NET From Scratch covers more C# programming fundamentals â€“ namely class inheritance and interfaces. In this lesson, youâ€™ll learn how to use inheritance to save time and code. Youâ€™ll also learn about the concept of interfaces, and how they can make your applications and components flexible and maintainable. You’ll also be introduced to the Object Browser, a feature of Visual Studio that organizes all classes within the Framework Class Library and your project in a browsable format.
ADO Entity Framework can be used in ASP.NET as well. There are only minor things to keep in mind. The EntityDataSource makes using an Entity Model in ASP.NET much easier. This video demonstrates how to use Entity Framework in ASP.NET.
This is the second episode of a set of tutorials that will teach you how to build ASP.NET applications from scratch.
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This is the first episode of a set of tutorials that will teach you how to build ASP.NET applications from scratch.
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In this video, Jonathan Carter describes whats changing with ASP.NET in the .NET Framework 4. He’ll review new capabilities in WebForms and AJAX, how Dynamic Data is evolving and the inclusion of ASP.NET MVC in both the framework and Visual Studio 2010.
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In this video, Todd Miranda demonstrates how to add AJAX functionality to an existing ASP.NET page with minimal effort to increase performance and improve the overall user experience of your application.
This screencast demonstrates how to use ViewModel approach when building ASP.NET MVC Application.
HTML 5 introduces a set of new tags, new APIs and new techniques that make web developers focus on content and structure when building their applications. In this session, Dylan Beattie goes through the new features that HTML 5 offers. Moving into greater detail, Dylan explains how developers can start using many of these features today, and examine some of the techniques developers can use to support these new features in down-level browsers. Finally, Dylan looks at some of the new capabilities that are coming in the next version of …