89 items found in the ASP.NET MVC Category

Adding A View

09 May 2014 08:42

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial is the third in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Scott Guthrie (twitter @scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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Adding A Controller

09 May 2014 08:41

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial is the second in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Scott Guthrie (twitter @scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 5 using Visual Basic

09 May 2014 08:41

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial is the first in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Scott Guthrie (twitter @scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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The SimpleMembershipProvider, Secure Passwords And The Crypto Helper

27 September 2012 13:39

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix

Some people have questioned the security of the ASP.NET SimpleMembershipProvider's storage of passwords. The cause for concern seems to stem from the fact that the PasswordSalt field in the standard membership table is unused by the SimpleMembershipProvider, whereas it is used by, for example, SqlMembershipProvider. So what is the PasswordSalt field, and why should the fact that it isn't used raise an eyebrow?

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Cannot use a lambda expression as an argument to a dynamically dispatched operation

18 September 2012 08:08

LINQ ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix

Since the introduction of the Web Pages framework, ASP.NET has been making use of the dynamic type introduced in C# 4.0. Along with that comes some new error messages which at first glance don't make a lot of sense - mainly because they are unexpected. I have already looked at how dynamics do not support extension methods, and a recent question in the ASP.NET forums illustrated another way in which the dynamic type can catch you out.

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View Model Design And Use In Razor Views

26 May 2012 23:21

ASP.NET MVC Razor

The recommended practice for transferring data to and from views in ASP.NET MVC is to use a View Model. But what is a View Model? How to you design one and how should they be used? This article attempts to provide answers to those questions.

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Nested Layout Pages with Razor

17 December 2010 13:27

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix Razor

Razor Layout pages are the equivalent to MasterPages in ASP.NET Web Forms and the Web Forms View Engine within ASP.NET MVC. Just as it is possible to nest MasterPages, it is also possible to nest Razor Layout pages. This article explores the process required to achieve nesting of Layout pages using the Razor View Engine in MVC 3, or WebMatrix Web Pages sites.

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Named Anchors And MVC Urls

14 June 2010 10:15

ASP.NET MVC

Named Anchors are used to generate links to specific locations within a web document. Unless you are careful, you may end up having a little trouble getting these to work using the MVC LinkExtension helpers.

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Google Sitemap Generation From A Custom SiteMapResult

31 May 2010 20:42

ASP.NET MVC

My previous article showed how to use a custom ActionResult and the classes within WCF to generate an RSS feed. There are no similar classes to help build a valid Google Site Map for an ASP.NET MVC application. So here's how your can build your own.

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Rss Feed Generation From a Custom RssResult

31 May 2010 09:14

ASP.NET MVC

When I looked at producing RSS Feeds in ASP.NET MVC before, I used the ContentResult method to return XML. Best Practice suggests that you should create a new ActionResult if required. So this article looks at creating an RssResult, and a different way to generate the feed itself.

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Validating the Contact Manager with MVC 2.0 And VS 2010

29 March 2010 22:17

ASP.NET MVC

The MVC 2.0 Framework was finally RTM'd on March 11th 2010, so I took the opportunity to update my Contact Manager application with some of its new features. While the focus of this article is validating the Model using DataAnnotations, I also touch on one or two other new features in the latest release.

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ASP.NET MVC v. Web Forms Debate - My View

22 February 2010 21:53

General ASP.NET 3.5 ASP.NET MVC

It seems that the whole world (and Margate) is having its say on which is better - MVC or Web Forms. Scott Guthrie posted his views on technical debates in general, and then contributed his thoughts on MVC v. Web Forms. Ian Cooper has an interesting contribution to make to the debate too. Rob Conery (formerly of Microsoft) posted probably the most linked to opinion on the matter. (There - I've just added another link...) A lot of other blog posts around scream that MVC is better because its better. One even tries to posit the notion that some kind of score card approach can help you decide.

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ASP.NET MVC is not all about Linq to SQL

21 February 2010 08:21

ADO.NET ASP.NET MVC

Pretty much every sample application that illustrates ASP.NET MVC uses Linq To SQL or the Entity Framework as the data access method. I've seen a number of questions posted to the forums at www.asp.net asking if there are any alternatives, and indeed there are. This article will look at using plain ADO.NET within a data access layer to provide dynamic content to a typical small CRUD application.

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Get The Drop On ASP.NET MVC DropDownLists

07 January 2010 21:27

ASP.NET MVC Razor

DropDownLists in ASP.NET MVC seem to cause a fair amount of confusion to developers fresh from Web Forms World. This article looks to provide you with all (well, most) of what you need to know to get your DropDownLists working in ASP.NET MVC.

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ASP.NET MVC - Prevent Image Leeching with a Custom RouteHandler

25 December 2009 22:31

ASP.NET MVC

Have you ever noticed an unusually high number of requests in your web server log files for image files? It may well be that someone is linking to your images from their own site, and basically stealing your bandwidth. Here's how to implement a custom RouteHandler within an ASP.NET MVC application to prevent people leeching your images.

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