Scaffolding ASP.NET MVC 3 using Entity Framework 4

As I mentioned in an earlier post, my current project combines Entity Framework, ASP.NET MVC3 and jQuery mobile. It’s my first real mobile-device focused project, and I’m not too concerned about scalability at the moment (at least not on the first cut – I will probably refactor later). My main interest right now is in […]
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How to use HTML5 data-* in ASP.NET MVC 2

In my last post, I gave a couple of tips on working with ASP.NET MVC and HTML5. The only problem was, one of the tips – substituting underscores for hyphens in HTML5 data-* attributes – only works if you’ve upgraded to ASP.NET MVC 3. That got me thinking about the best way to handle data-* […]
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Tips for Using HTML5 with ASP.NET MVC

The mobile version of jQuery is due out in the next few weeks – it’s currently a release candidate – and I’m working on a project using it. I haven’t done much in the way of mobile development so far, as I’ve been kept permanently busy doing traditional Web development. However, the release of mobile […]
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How to: RAD ASP.NET MVC with MvcContrib

ASP.NET MVC has many obvious merits – testability, separation of concerns, RESTful URLs etc. But one thing it notoriously doesn’t have is much support for Rapid Application Development. You have complete control over HTML… at the cost of writing all the HTML yourself. With ASP.NET Web Forms you might struggle to take complete control over […]
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Unit Testing ASP.NET MVC with MvcContrib

One of the big drivers for people moving over to ASP.NET MVC is its support for Test Driven Development/Unit Testing. The ability to automate testing of models and controllers brings a measurable level of confidence to development. In ASP.NET MVC, that means we can be sure that we are getting the expected views, data and […]
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