Content tagged with: mvc
NetBeans API architect Jaroslav Tulach discusses MVC and how it applies to applications created atop the NetBeans Platform, a generic framework for Swing desktop applications.
In this tutorial, I discuss the MVC (Model Viewer Controller) architecture, install Cairngorm into Adobe Flex 3, and discuss one of David Tucker’s examples. This tutorial was created by Mike Lively of Northern Kentucky University.
Learn how to extend the ASP.NET MVC framework with dependency injection, view engines, action filters, and more. We’ll see how to apply Test Driven Development and write unit tests with mock objects.
A benefit of the MVC architectural style is that it promotes a clean separation of concerns between the models, views and controllers within an application. Come learn what MVC is and why you’d want to use it with ASP.NET. We’ll build a web application from scratch and explore the differences between MVC and Web Forms.
This is a screencast to overview the concepts of ASP.NET MVC, to answer common questions, to review the additions to the framework since the beta version, and to show/review a sample application using ASP.NET MVC RC2.
Dive into ASP.NET MVC RC2 from Elijah Manor on Vimeo.
David Hayden showed how to leverage per project T4 Templates to generate custom controllers and views in ASP.NET MVC Web Applications. Without writing a single line of code, David was able to create a CRUD controller and associated views to handle create, read, update, delete, and list functionality against a Subscribers Table using LINQ To SQL and SQL Server.
In this episode we will take a look at how you can test your routes in an MVC application.Â We willl start the process of creating new functionality for our application in this episode by showing how to create the tests for the routes first by using MvcContrib project. In the next episode we will continue creating our routes to make the tests pass.
In this episode we will take a look introductionary look at how to use the Routing engine which is part of the Asp.Net MVC framework.Â We will start off by showing how the various parts of the routing commands are used while building routes. We will then take a look at how to create a simple route which can be used by your application.
In this episode we will give you an introduction to the S#arp Architecture for the ASP.NET MVC Framework.Â This is a solid architectural foundation for rapidly building maintainable web applications leveraging the ASP.NET MVC framework with NHibernate. The primary advantage to be sought in using any architectural framework is to decrease the code one has to write while increasing the quality of the end product.
Sharp Architecture Home Page
In this video Stephen Walther and Paul Litwin demonstrate how to create real world database driven applications in .NET by starting with requirements gathering and DB creation for the application.