HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

This is the first in a series of blog posts I'm doing on ASP.NET vNext. 

The next release of Visual Studio includes a bunch of great code editing features (which I'll blog about more in the future).  Today's post covers some small, but nice, productivity improvements coming to the HTML Editor which will make it easy to quickly accomplish common tasks. 

In particular, Visual Studio will now support the ability to activate the "smart tasks" features of ASP.NET Server Controls, as well as easily wire up ASP.NET Server Control event handlers - without ever having to switch to design view.  You can now do these common scenarios equally well in source view.

Quick Video of the Features

Mads Kristensen has a nice 90 second video that shows off the HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation features in action.  You can watch the 90 second video of these nice improvements here.

Below are some more details about the features and screen-shots of them in action.

Some Background on Smart Tasks

One of the productivity features we added to Visual Studio a few years back was support for "smart tasks".  Smart tasks enable you to click on a web form control, and then see (attached to the control) shortcuts that enable you to easily accomplish common tasks with it:

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The smart tasks feature helps simplify a bunch of common scenarios.  The one downside to it, though, is that it has historically only worked in design mode.  If you are someone who prefers working within the HTML code editor and/or did not like to have to wait while the design view activates, then you weren't able to take advantage of these features.

Smart Tasks within the HTML Editor

The next release of ASP.NET and Visual Studio is adding support to enable smart tasks within source view (as well as design-view). 

With ASP.NET Web Forms, smart tasks appear as a small glyph when the caret is placed inside an ASP.NET Server control element:

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You can expand the smart tasks either by clicking the glyph or by hitting CTRL+. (dot) just as in C# and VB.NET:

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The above tasks can now be run directly from within source view - without ever having to switch to design-view - and can make it easy to quickly accomplish a lot of scenarios.  For example, we could change the column definitions of the GridView by clicking the "Edit Columns..." link which would immediately bring up this fields box (just like it would have in design-view):

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When I configure the GridView column in the dialog box and click the OK-button, the following markup is inserted into the code editor - without me ever having to switch to design view or switch from the code editor:

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We think smart tasks will offer a nice productivity boost and make a lot of tasks a lot easier.

Event Handler Generation in Source Code

One of the most common tasks you do with ASP.NET Server Controls is to wire-up server-side event handlers with them.

Today the only automatic way to do this within Visual Studio is to switch into design-view, select the control, and then either double click it (to handle the default event) or use the event tab of the property grid to select and name a specific event handler.  If you are someone who prefers to stay in code-view, having to switch to design view to accomplish this is a real pain.

The next release of ASP.NET and Visual Studio will make this easier, by supporting the ability to easily create and wire-up server-side event handlers from the HTML code editor as well.

Intellisense for all server-side events now include a value called "<Create New Event>" which, as the name implies, will create an event handler with the right signature in the code-behind file.   Simply type the event name, press space and it will show up:

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You can choose to wire-up the event to any existing methods you might already have in you code-behind file, or simply type the name of a new event handler you want to create (or just hit tab to have it automatically name one for you):

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Visual Studio will then automatically generate the appropriate server-side event handler within your code-behind file for you:

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You can do all of this without ever having to switch into design-view, nor have to remember the exact names and signatures of the events you want to wire up.

Hope this helps,

Scott

P.S. In addition to blogging, I use Twitter to-do quick posts and share links. My Twitter handle is: @scottgu

Published Thursday, September 1, 2011 4:01 AM by ScottGu
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Comments

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:15 AM by Gaurav

Indeed Scott, these definitely seems to be give boost to the productivity.

Looking forward for you next blogpost.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:17 AM by roman m

event handler generation looks cool.

any idea on the release date?

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:19 AM by Tobias Zimmergren

I love the event handler generation from the markup.

Thanks for sharing.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:24 AM by Daniel Butler

As someone who prefers to be in the code view as much as possible, this will save lots of time. The main reason to switch to design was for these features. Thanks to Scott and the team.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:25 AM by Angel Núñez Salazar

Thanks for sharing, this should be a great feature.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:33 AM by Dave C

That event handler generation looks like something I would cheerfully use right now, and would cheerfully have used regularly over the last six years. Nice one!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:34 AM by rainabba

So glad to see you blogging again Scott! Your posts are some of the most useful and valuable I've ever come across.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:47 AM by aspnet-freelancer

Looks good, anything to speed up time taken in html editor!

I particularly like the event handler stuff, generally I still wire up events in OnInit to take advantage of the automatic event handler generation.

Looking forward to the next posts

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:54 AM by Vest

I do no have other words :)

Awesome!!!

Design View is slower than Source View. But such improvements make the development process easier.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 2:58 AM by dm

Wow. Just what I was dreaming about, like, ever.

Looking forward to the rest of the post series!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:06 AM by dm

By the way do the VS team plans to do anything about the more general issue, that when you select an element on the page and open the Properties windows for the first time, it will show the properties of the page instead of the element. Then you have to select the item again. It can be annoying when it happens for the 100th times a day.

However it works correctly if you right click the element and click Properties in the context menu.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:12 AM by Daniel

I'm missing this features every day. Why we have to wait for vNext for such features!?

Such smaller features should be rolled out via small updates/extensions to VS 2010.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:15 AM by Walsharoo

Great improvements - should keep me well away from Design View from now on.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:18 AM by Taloweb

Event Handler Generation in Source Code is a great improvement! I work often in source code and switching to Designer view to create new events handler is boring. Thanks!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:39 AM by ADEBISI Foluso A.

Those are very cool features.

Working smartly from the Code Editor; hmmm, I can smell the productivity boost!

Well done guys.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:58 AM by Jonathan

Great post Scott, nice to see you back.

One thing that has always frustrated me is the size of the glyph when intellisense is present - why is it so small? Its a very small target area on a big screen, especially at the end of a long day, or when you try to use somebody else's machine. Would it be possible to provide an option to make this bigger?

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 4:07 AM by Rca Ieftin

This code works well and the idea behind it is a good one. I think it can be improved because seems to be a little bit unstable.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 4:12 AM by Harish Mathanan

These shortcuts are going to be so useful, especially the handlers.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 4:18 AM by Hasheminezhad

Coooooool, Just what I was looking for: "Event Handler Generation in Source Code"

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 4:42 AM by Stilgar

Event handler generation is so cool. I always switch to design view to double click on this button because I absolutely don't feel like writing the event handler by hand even if I will do it faster. Now I get the best of both worlds.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 5:04 AM by Cori

That's great news!  My coworkers & I have expressed the desire to do these from source view since .NET FW 1.0 (especially since switching to design view WAY back then reformatted your source view :)

Both additions will be tremendously helpful time-savers.

Will dragging a usercontrol onto source view also work like it does in design view (registering the control & giving it proper uc tag markup) instead of just a path to it, like it does now in source view?

Looking forward to your subsequent posts. So glad you're blogging again!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 5:58 AM by davey_lad

Event handler generation will be a very welcome feature.. i'm just surprised it took so long to introduce. I've been asking for this since VS2005. better late than never :-)

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 7:34 AM by Liu

Nice feature, which reminds me of the code window that contains the design time control in Visual Interdev 6.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 7:50 AM by Vitor Canova

Very good. I'm one of many people that doesn't like to go Design View. Very cool the event handler like WPF and Silverlight.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 8:23 AM by Paul W

+1 to Event Handler Generation in Source Code. Long overdue.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 8:42 AM by giorgio

dear scott,

need a more simple data access model for silverlight, asp.net.

Now is very difficult develop web app for business.

Thank you and I'hope this post is publicated

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 8:43 AM by treebiter

Thanks!  Design View just doesn't cut it for me (vs '08).  Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but it seems slow and buggy compared to Code View.  The event handling was the one thing I could have wished for.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 8:52 AM by J

Visual Studio 2010 crashes often and IIE Express locks up DLLs all the time... The IDE itself is slow as hell. What's going on... I don't want new features. I just want it to do the basic functions extremely efficient and well. Is this too much to ask Microsoft??? I am trying to move to Sublime Text 2 + Vim mode and power shell script and hopefully with practice I can eventually replace VS... Not sure if this is just a dream..,

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 9:10 AM by csstemplates

looks nice, but I must say I use repeater all day - no gridview...

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 9:15 AM by Allen Conway

I think the "Event Handler Generation in Source Code" is more of a feature for C# devs than VB.NET devs, as we (VB.NET) have the 'Handles' keyword and have not had to explicitly wire up server side events in source for as long as I can remember. Events can be selected to auto-generate in code by selecting them from the dropdowns above the source editor without ever having to go to the page's source. Regardless still very nice enhancements MSFT and looking forward to hearing about more in the future!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 10:07 AM by Tugberk

will we be able to download the Visual Studio vNext through DreamSpark as student?

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 10:42 AM by Lexa

So, the markup view is going to become as slow as the designer?

Bad news...

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 12:38 PM by Cucharro

That is pretty nice scott. I think that changing designview to codeview makes a kind of "lost context" so a developer slows productivity.

Nice catch

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 12:59 PM by Scott Salyer

These changes will drastically improve my day-to-day coding tasks. Thank you!!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 1:01 PM by Paschal

Hi Scott Glad to see you blogging again.

Now few things. I was sure that few months ago you moved for good to the Azure team. Now it looks like you're still in charge of .Net. Can you clarify what is your role now, as I can see you're starting a new ASP.NET series?

Also I like the idea of new features, but can Microsoft fix the IDE first? Since the move to WPF for the editor, it's cripled and it is very very slow.

When you look at a demo, seems to be ok. But in real world with thousand of lines of code it's really bad.

VS 2010 crash also a LOT! Don't know hwy exactly, maybe because it is behind in terms of code or something else, but this need to be addressed soon!

I like also to see minor things fixed like the broken Intellisense with JQuery VS docs, giving fals errors at the opening of a project.

Don't take it wrongly, I love new stuff but I prefer to see the existing ones fixed first :-)

Cheers

Paschal

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 6:38 PM by Tom

But WebForms is dead :)

At least is should be.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 8:36 PM by Jeff

Hi Scoot,

This is new feature is grate, I expected this feature since VS2008.

But how long we need to wait for this new feature?

Is vNext a complete new version of ASP.NET and Visual Studio, or just a upgrade package?

ASP.NET 5? or ASP.NET 4.5

Can it be added as a plug-in to VS2010?

Cheers

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 9:20 PM by Nandip Makwana

It looks very productive...

Where can we download Visual Studio vNext for new stuff.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 1, 2011 11:18 PM by Rush

I wish this had been done 5 years ago!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:28 AM by ScottGu

@dm,

>>>>>> By the way do the VS team plans to do anything about the more general issue, that when you select an element on the page and open the Properties windows for the first time, it will show the properties of the page instead of the element. Then you have to select the item again. It can be annoying when it happens for the 100th times a day.

Can you send me email (scottgu@microsoft.com) about this issue?  I can then loop you in with the team to investigate.

Thanks,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:29 AM by ScottGu

@Jonathon,

>>>>>> One thing that has always frustrated me is the size of the glyph when intellisense is present - why is it so small? Its a very small target area on a big screen, especially at the end of a long day, or when you try to use somebody else's machine. Would it be possible to provide an option to make this bigger?

That is a good question.  I think the glyph we are using in source view is proportional to the text size in the editor.  So if your text is bigger it will automatically be bigger too.

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:29 AM by ScottGu

@Cori,

>>>>>> Will dragging a usercontrol onto source view also work like it does in design view (registering the control & giving it proper uc tag markup) instead of just a path to it, like it does now in source view?

I need to double check, but I believe that is supported now :)

Thanks,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:30 AM by ScottGu

@J,

>>>>>> Visual Studio 2010 crashes often and IIE Express locks up DLLs all the time... The IDE itself is slow as hell. What's going on... I don't want new features. I just want it to do the basic functions extremely efficient and well. Is this too much to ask Microsoft??? I am trying to move to Sublime Text 2 + Vim mode and power shell script and hopefully with practice I can eventually replace VS... Not sure if this is just a dream..,

You shouldn't be seeing those issues.  If you can send me email (scottgu@microsoft.com) I can loop you in with the team to investigate.

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:31 AM by ScottGu

@Tugberk,

>>>>>> will we be able to download the Visual Studio vNext through DreamSpark as student?

Yes - if you are in DreamSpark you get access to VS.

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:33 AM by ScottGu

@Paschal,

>>>>>>> Now few things. I was sure that few months ago you moved for good to the Azure team. Now it looks like you're still in charge of .Net. Can you clarify what is your role now, as I can see you're starting a new ASP.NET series?

I am in Azure now, but also run a bunch of .NET and VS team too.  ASP.NET, WCF, WF, AppFabric, Service Bus, IIS, BizTalk, WebMatrix and the VS tools for Web, Web Services and Workflow are all part of my team too.

>>>>>> Also I like the idea of new features, but can Microsoft fix the IDE first? Since the move to WPF for the editor, it's cripled and it is very very slow. When you look at a demo, seems to be ok. But in real world with thousand of lines of code it's really bad. VS 2010 crash also a LOT! Don't know hwy exactly, maybe because it is behind in terms of code or something else, but this need to be addressed soon! I like also to see minor things fixed like the broken Intellisense with JQuery VS docs, giving fals errors at the opening of a project.

Send me email (scottgu@microsoft.com) with details of the problems and we can have someone help investigate.  

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 3:59 AM by Jonathan

re: glyph size

Would it be possible to make it configurable anyway? I know a couple of devs with disabilities who cannot use it as their use of the mouse is not as precise as others. Even if it was a registry hack :)

Jonathan

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 6:12 AM by Raja.Dev

expecting Sooon

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 9:21 AM by Eric Malamisura

If I see someone using Design View or Smart Tags I automatically consider them a complete idiot and would never trust them to touch my code or any projects I work on, these features are for the sub-par developer, which help Microsoft make money but also adds to the ever increasing morons in our industry.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 9:29 AM by Hanlet Escaño

This is a great feature that will save a lot of time to everyone. Welcome back Scott!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 9:52 AM by Tugberk

Thanks Scott for your time and answering my question.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Friday, September 2, 2011 1:10 PM by JuanKRuiz

Gr8 improvement , this is another one of "must to" features I was wating for years.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Saturday, September 3, 2011 2:37 AM by Mitesh Patel

Hi Scott , i love this features. i have used the framework in 3.5  but right now it is not in visual studio it is available in latest 3.5 framework...

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Saturday, September 3, 2011 6:07 AM by amitpatel.it

Event handler and set properties of grid's template is really nice one, this is really nice once where we have to define any event from aspx page.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Saturday, September 3, 2011 6:35 AM by Majid Shahabfar

Hi Scott,

HTML Editor Smart Tasks is a helpful thing.

I thing there will be another helpful feature if user can select an appropriate portion of html code and convert it to a User Control automatically.

Do you have any plan to do something like this?

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Saturday, September 3, 2011 12:34 PM by ScottGu

@Jonathan,

>>>>>> Would it be possible to make it configurable anyway? I know a couple of devs with disabilities who cannot use it as their use of the mouse is not as precise as others. Even if it was a registry hack :)

I forwarded your suggestion to the team for them to look at.

Thanks!

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Saturday, September 3, 2011 12:35 PM by ScottGu

@Majid,

>>>>>> I thing there will be another helpful feature if user can select an appropriate portion of html code and convert it to a User Control automatically.  Do you have any plan to do something like this?

Yep - we are going to enable that too! :-)

Thanks,

Scott

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Sunday, September 4, 2011 4:29 AM by Vinod

these are really cool features.... More of like the silverlight features.....

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Tuesday, September 6, 2011 10:39 AM by Dean J.

Wiring up events from code is very useful for me.  I use Telerik's controls, and sometimes I don't have the right version installed for "design-time" support, but still need to add new events.  In this case you get errors in design-view, so you can't use the lightning bolt way.  This will solve that.  Thanks!!

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 8, 2011 10:44 AM by DR

Wow its a cool feature

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 8, 2011 6:31 PM by Zachary Hunter

Very cool stuff, I can see lots of time saved using these techniques... Every time I'm working with somebody new to ASP.NET, it's always been a pain to explain how/why data bound elements are not evaluated until run-time.. and how they must test (run) their code to find run-time bugs that maybe have occurred while typing.  I'm also very happy to hear that HTML Source Editor is finally getting some attention, I've always hated having to do split view, going to the WYSIWYG and clicking a control to generate event handler or access the smart tasks...

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Friday, September 9, 2011 5:27 PM by wordpresser

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# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Monday, September 12, 2011 8:09 PM by Joe

Maybe completely off topic, but have you noticed that your blog is still showing Steve Sandersons MVC V2 book on the right hand side of the page (under "News")?  His newer edition for MVC3 is now available, and I believe quite good.

ps no, this is not Steve :-)

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 1:08 AM by Sharlin

It's so good. When it will release?

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:52 AM by gizlimi

Asp mi? Php mi?

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Thursday, September 22, 2011 8:26 AM by ravishankarkota

Its great Scott.Thanks for wonderful narration.

# re: HTML Editor Smart Tasks and Event Handler Generation (ASP.NET vNext Series)

Monday, September 26, 2011 12:10 AM by cheil

Great stuff

Thanks for sharing it!