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One common problem with the naming convention and default routing mechanism in ASP.NET MVC is that we tend to group actions in a controller for sharing an URL space. This basically leads to complex controllers with a lot of unrelated methods that break...
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Microsoft Patterns & Practices has recently started a new project whose codename is “Liike” (pronounced as LEEE-keh) for delivering guidance and a reference application in the mobile web space. As many of the recent initiatives started by different...
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Many of the features available out of the box today in the ASP.NET MVC framework are only intended to develop web applications using REST principles. There is not support for accepting incoming messages encoded as JSON or plain old XML (POX), or even...
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Keith Brown has just released a helper class (Based on an original implementation made by Dominick Baier) with very useful methods for mixing Http and Https in a regular asp.net application. Before jumping in this post, make sure to read his post (And...
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Zermatt is the framework recently released by Microsoft to develop claim-aware applications. You can find some announcements here and here . This framework supports the WS-Federation active and passive profiles. This last one was initially designed with...
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I decided to write this post to show how cool is Autofac for doing dependency injection in the ASP.NET MVC framework. Autofac, for me the Moq stepbrother in the dependency injection arena because of its very-easy-to-use fluent interface and nice support...
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One of the most nicest things about JQuery - in addition to the powerful mechanism it provides to manipulate the HTML DOM - is the great number of very useful plugins available out there. JQuery Validation is one of my favorites, and today we will see...
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