Pages tagged mvc:

ASP.NET MVC on IIS 6 Walkthrough

Includes how to set up global handler for using extensionless URLs, can be used in Webforms as well
ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate Now Available - ScottGu's Blog
xVal - a validation framework for ASP.NET MVC « Steve Sanderson’s blog
I’ve written about validation in ASP.NET MVC more than once already. So have others (Stephen Walther, Emad Ibrahim). It’s an ongoing subject of discussion because the MVC Framework comes with great support for server-side validation (though it isn’t obvious if you come from a WebForms background), but at least as of version 1.0, it won’t ship with any built-in support for client-side validation. I managed to get a few spare days this last week, so I decided to try and formalize lots of these ideas into something solid that you can actually use in real production code - something more than just another throwaway blog post. So here it is: xVal, an open-source project hosted on CodePlex.
your choice of client-side v
A Guide to Learning ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 1
Learn about the differences between ASP.NET MVC application and ASP.NET Web Forms applications. Learn how to decide when to build an ASP.NET MVC application.
I bet this'll come in handy
Free ASP.NET MVC eBook Tutorial - ScottGu's Blog
The DCI Architecture: A New Vision of Object-Oriented Programming
Object-oriented programming was supposed to unify the perspectives of the programmer and the end user in computer code: a boon both to usability and program comprehension. While objects capture structure well, they fail to capture system action. DCI is a vision to capture the end user cognitive model of roles and interactions between them.
ASP.NET MVC Best Practices (Part 1) - Kazi Manzur Rashid's Blog
ASP.NET MVC Best Practices (Part 1) - Kazi Manzur Rashid's Blog
13 ASP.NET MVC extensibility points you have to know
Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen - ELMAH: Error Logging Modules and Handlers for ASP.NET (and MVC too!)
A cool tool for reporting errors on ASP.NET web sites
via Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen
Client Templating with jQuery - Rick Strahl's Web Log
Howto use templating with Jquery.
Client templating in Javascript can be a great tool to reduce the amount of code you have to write to create markup content on the client. There are a number of different ways that templating can be accomplished from a purely manual approach.
NerdDinner Tutorial
visual studio needed
An excellent introduction to ASP.NET MVC by means of implementing an actual application.
How we do MVC - Jimmy Bogard -
How we do MVC
using the ASP.NET MVC framework on a production application for about 9 months now, and in that time, we’ve crafted a number of opinions on how we want to design MVC applications.
ASP.NET MVC Best Practices (Part 2) - Kazi Manzur Rashid's Blog
Kazi Manzur Rashid's Blog
This is the second part of the series and may be the last, till I find some thing new. My plan was to start with routing, controller, controller to model, controller to view and last of all the view, but some how I missed one important thing in routing, so I will begin with that in this post.
Kazi Manzur Rashid's Blog - Sharing Thoughts and Learning on Microsoft .NET Technology
Write your own PHP MVC Framework (Part 1) | anant garg
need the picture to be clear......PHP frame work
ASP.NET MVC 1.0 - ScottGu's Blog
scott guthrie, pub 4/1/2009
ScottGu's Blog
Everything You Need to Get Started With CodeIgniter - Nettuts+
CodeIgniter is a web application framework for PHP. It enables developers to build web applications faster, and it offers many helpful code libraries and
CodeIgniter is a web application framework for PHP. It enables developers to build web applications faster, and it offers many helpful code libraries and helpers which speed up tedious tasks in PHP.
Jeroen Keppens: Create a modular application with Zend Framework
Add libraries
InfoQ: Your First Cup of Web 2.0 - A Quick Look at jQuery, Spring MVC, and XStream/Jettison
is added to the ModelAndView using a key that is expected by JsonView. In summary, the controller responds to two URLs, “carselector.html” and “models.html”. It renders an HTML page as the response to the “carselector.html” URL, via a standard JSP view. Let's take a look at the JsonView class, which renders the JSON result for the “models.html” request:
After the user enters a name and clicks submit, the entire screen turns white while the page refreshes and then the results are displayed. This is not a good user experience. Now, let's use jQuery to improve that experience by refreshing only the part of the page that actually needs to change. The modifications made to the existing page are: 1. Split the search form and search results into 2 separate JSPs so the results can be displayed separately, without having to re-render the search form. 2. Add a placeholder <div> on the search form JSP to hold the search results. 3. Add a line of jQuery that submits the search form in the background using AJAX, placing the results in the placeholder <div>. The resulting code looks like this:
Kohana: The Swift PHP Framework - Nettuts+
tutorial dedicado a kohana
Interested in Kohana. Seems like it is progressing more aggressively than CodeIgniter.
A List Apart: Articles: JavaScript MVC
Once a bit player, JavaScript increasingly takes center stage. Its footprint—the space it takes up on our servers and in our development schedules—continues to grow. So how can we make our JavaScript more reusable and easier to maintain? Perhaps MVC will offer some clues. While MVC is a familiar term to those in back-end application development—using frameworks such as Struts, Ruby on Rails, and CakePHP—MVC’s origin in user interface development lends itself to structuring client-side applications. Let’s examine what MVC is, see how we can use it to rework an example project, and consider some existing MVC frameworks.
Damn Small PHP Frameworks. Because size does matter. | Jeez Tech
Nice round up of lightweight frameworks for PHP
Mastering Spring MVC - JavaWorld
Model-View-Controller Web frameworks for Java are plentiful, and most of them integrate with Spring, but the tightest integration can be found in Spring's own MVC module. Get started with Spring MVC in this introductory article by Steven Haines, who begins with a history of the Model-View-Controller paradigm in Java Web development. He then introduces the Spring Framework and explains how it leverages the concepts of Spring, including dependency injection. Finally, Steven guides you through a programming tutorial that demonstrates the core features of Spring MVC in an easy-to-follow, hands-on format.
K. Scott Allen : 6 Tips for ASP.NET MVC Model Binding
Chicago Boss - the no-nonsense MVC framework for Erlang
Distributed web hosting via erlang/python
200 Page Manual on Inversion of Control (plus or minus 199) « Rob Conery
Excellent Read
Life is beautiful: Ruby on Railsの「えせMVC」の弊害
ASP.NET MVC Cheat Sheets
Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 1.0 ASP.NET MVC: The Request-Handling Pipeline ASP.NET MVC: View Cheat Sheet ASP.NET MVC: Controller Cheat Sheet ASP.NET MVC: Framework Cheat Sheet ASP.NET MVC: Proven Practices Cheat Sheet
Using ASP.NET MVC with Different Versions of IIS : The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Site
Microsoft portal site for the ASP.NET development community. Download Visual Web Developer, post to the forums, read blogs and learn about
In this tutorial, you learn how to use ASP.NET MVC, and URL Routing, with different versions of Internet Information Services. You learn different strategies for using ASP.NET MVC with IIS 7.0 (classic mode), IIS 6.0, and earlier versions of IIS.
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Integration Testing Your ASP.NET MVC Application « Steve Sanderson’s blog
MVC programming with python (newbie) - please help
"MVC is all about separation of concerns. […] Now, here's the test of a true MVC design: the program should in essence be fully functional even without a View/Controller attached. OK, the outside world will have trouble interacting with it in that form, but as long as one knows the appropriate Model API incantations, the program will hold and manipulate data as normal."
Very good description of MVC
"MVC is all about separation of concerns."
bitquabit - Zombie Operating Systems and ASP.NET MVC
That is M$ backwards compatibility for you! LOL.
Funny, and sad... "And that is why, in 2009, when developing in Microsoft .NET 3.5 for ASP.NET MVC 1.0 on a Windows 7 system, you cannot include /com\d(\..*)?, /lpt\d(\..*)?, /con(\..*)?, /aux(\..*)?, /prn(\..*)?, or /nul(\..*)? in any of your routes."
Cocoa Fundamentals Guide: The Model-View-Controller Design Pattern
David Ebbo's blog : A new and improved ASP.NET MVC T4 template
Introducing “Razor” – a new view engine for ASP.NET - ScottGu's Blog
"Introducing Razor – a new view engine for ASP.NET" by @scottgu #tech #aspnetmvc – Elijah Manor (elijahmanor)
Code-First Development with Entity Framework 4 - ScottGu's Blog