This is something I wanted to do for the new version of my portfolio (coming soon). It will essentially be a one page portfolio built of modules, some being projects, others being social feeds, e.g. latest tweet, Flickr photos and my last foursquare checkin.
ASP.NET MVC introduced the concept of ‘areas’ within a web app.
They’re a great way to split a large app into different sections that handle different logic, for example you might have an admin area that has some authorization and handles all of the back end content management for the app. You can [...]
The ‘areas’ feature of ASP.NET MVC 2 (as of preview 2), provides an easy way to separate sections of an application, so controllers and views can be grouped together.
There are a couple of issues an issue with this though, that would be great to be ironed out for the final release. Firstly, there is [...]
This message (‘A value is required’) is the default validation error message that gets displayed with ASP.NET MVC 2 (preview 2 at the time of writing). The message shows up for each column in the model that fails validation when submitting a form.
The problem I came across was that if you have a column [...]
This is a useful time saving technique for ASP.NET C# 3.0 that allows any future re-implementation of the properties.
In C# 2.0 (and often still in C# 3.0), properties of a class are defined as a private variable and encapsulated within a public getter/setter as follows. The thing is with this though is that it [...]