How to Use ViewModels Without Sacrificing Encapsulation

I have been using ASP.NET MVC extensively over the past year, and the more I use it, the more I like it. However, there remain a couple of things that bug me. One is the fact that the built-in validation doesn’t work with repeating forms. The other is the ”best practice” of placing Data Annotations […]
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Sending SMTP Email with Amazon SES and C#

For a while now I’d been meaning to add a ’contact us’ page to www.cocktailsrus.com and I finally got around to it this week. Sending SMTP email is very straightforward – but you do need to have access to an SMTP server. I suppose I could have just turned on the SMTP component in Windows […]
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Improved Device Detection with ASP.NET

This is a follow up to my last post where I did a quick-and-dirty hack to get around the limitations of ASP.NET’s built-in isMobileDevice property. At the end of that post, I said I was going to wait and see if Microsoft did a better job next time around before I went to the trouble […]
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More tips for ASP.NET MVC jQuery Mobile sites

I’ve had a very enjoyable week finalizing the alpha of my new ASP.NET MVC/jQuery Mobile site and putting it online at cocktails-r-us. I’m now testing and refining it (as well as dutifully drinking lots of cocktails so I can take photos and upload them to the site: all for the good of the application, you […]
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Preparing for ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile Development

ASP.NET MVC 4 will include a neat little feature allowing you to create mobile views very easily. All you will have to do to mobile-enable a view is add ’mobile’ to its name and then customize it for mobiles. How you customize it is up to you – but the built in Visual Studio MVC […]
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