ASP.NET: How to Handle Relational Data in a Distributed Cache
Iqbal Khan discusses how developers handle data relationships while caching data, and shows through source code examples how those relationships can be mapped. The net effect is that the application doesn’t have to keep track of those relationships in the cache. Rather, the cache is aware of them and handles them correctly.
ASP.NET MVC 4: Test-Driving ASP.NET MVC
Learn best practices and techniques for enhancing the testability of your ASP.NET MVC applications.
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Implementing ASP.NET MVC Views in three different ways
Three different approaches for implementing the View role in an MVC application.
ASP.NET MVC 3 plug-in architecture using Griffin.MvcContrib
How to create a flexible plugin system with Griffin.MvcContrib.
CODE Framework: Building Productive, Powerful, and Reusable WPF (XAML) UIs with the CODE Framework
In a prior installment of this series of articles about CODE Framework (“CODE Framework: Writing MVVM/MVC WPF Applications”, Jan/Feb 2012), I discussed how to use the WPF features of CODE Framework to create rich client applications in a highly productive and structured fashion reminiscent of creating ASP.NET MVC applications, although with WPF MVVM concepts applied. In this article, I will dive deeper into the subject and discuss the unique benefits of the CODE Framework WPF components which enable developers to create the part of the UI that is actually visible in a highly productive and reusable manner.
Windows Azure Insider: Implementing Pub/Sub Applications with SignalR
In this second installment of her Web Development Report, Rachel Appel shows you how to create mobile-friendly HTML5 forms in ASP.NET MVC 4 projects that also use jQuery Mobile.
ASP.NET MVC: The Features and Foibles of ASP.NET MVC Model Binding
Dive deep into the heart of ASP.NET MVC’s model binding subsystem, examining each layer of the model binding framework and ways to meet your application’s needs.
ASP.NET Security: Securing Your ASP.NET Applications
Continuing his exploration of ASP.NET security, Adam Tuliper takes a look at cross site scripting and cross site request forgery—how these attacks occur and what you can do to prevent them.
The Cutting Edge: Enhancing the Context-Sensitive ASP.NET MVC Progress Bar
Canceling an ongoing server-side task from within a client browser is not a trivial operation, but Dino Esposito meets the challenge as he enhances last month’s context-sensitive progress bar with cancel capabilities.