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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.
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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This screencast demonstrates how to use ViewModel approach when building ASP.NET MVC Application.
So you have drunk the kool aid and decided that MVC applications are a better way to build your web applications, kissed goodbye to a page based architecture and learned to love JQuery. From here on everything is just gravy, right? As ever with would-be silver bullets you have bought off one set of problems but are now at risk from another set. In this presentation Ian Cooper will talk about his experience from building MVC applications for the last 2 years, discussing gotchas like the Fat Controller and God …
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 …
This presentation recaps how to use the Ajax.ActionLink and Ajax.BeginForm Ajax Helpers to utilize ASP.NET AJAX in your ASP.NET MVC Web Applications.
Hear about the key concepts and features behind the two primary user interface technologies available for ASP.NET â€“ MVC and Web Forms. Learn the pros and cons of both MVC and Web Forms, how to determine the best choice for a specific project, various techniques and patterns used to build MVC applications vs Web Forms applications, and the implications for using each approach.
In this episode we are going to take a look at how you can setup Static Type checking within your ASP.Net MVC web project. Having static checking is a great asset as it can reduce the chances of run time errors due to refactoring. Static checking will also allow the compiler to verify all your strongly typed objects are being called correctly.
Jan Machacek will give a talk on Spring MVC; he will explain the principles of the MVC architecture and show how the main components in the Spring Framework. You will see how to create a Spring MVC web application, including support for REST. We will explore how to create Spring MVC controllers, views and how to prepare the models while keeping the application’s source code as independent from Spring MVC as possible. At the end of Jan’s talk, you will know how to create Spring MVC web applications that make …
In this talk, Chad Myers and Jeremy Miller about Fubu (For us, by us) MVC Framework, an alternative to ASP.NET MVC Framework and is a front controller style framework.