K. Scott Allen has written an article on
Guiding Principles For Your ASP.NET MVC Applications. This knowledge has been floating around a bit in pieces, but he does a nice job of wrapping it all up in a concise way. I especially enjoyed the Oxite reference.
Phil Haack had a session at MIX09 who's name caught my eye: "ASP.NET MVC Ninjas on Fire Black Belt Tips", which I suppose was part of the intent.
I asked Phil to drop by and share with us some of the details about what MVC is, how it can help you develop websites.
After watching this…
Scott Hanselman did an interesting session at MIX09 called "File|New -> Company", where he essentially started with a blank screen, and using Visual Studio, ASP.NET, Ajax, and Model View Controller he created an entire website called "NerdDinner.com",
which is a social…
Nikhil Kothari has posted a a sample application that demonstrates a
ViewModel with MVC/Navigation in Silverlight. As an added bonus the sample uses the
New York Times Newswire API, and is running on teh Silverlight.FX framework.
MVC is a design pattern that stands for Model-View-Controller. If you have an existing ASP.Net web forms application and you want to use ASP.Net MVC framework, you can start by creating a new view engine. In this screencast i will show you how to create
such an hybrid application. download the…
This interview focuses on architectural concerns when using the
MVC Framework. Dependency Injection can help decouple the application and make your code more maintainable and testable, but how do you enable this? Join
Jeffrey Palermo and
Bob Familiar for a boots-on-the-ground talk about how to…
In this interview, Greg Galipeau
of RDA discusses three different patterns -- MVC, MVP and
ASP.NET MVC with
Dr. Zhiming Xue “Z”, Microsoft Architect Evangelist. He articulates the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each pattern, and explains when to use one versus another when creating…