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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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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