Creating and Publishing NuGet Packages

NuGet is one of those tools that gets more and more important all the time. A while back, it was useful for adding small, specialized packages for particular projects. Nowadays, it’s fundamental – and going to be even more so when vNext is live. We all use it to add packages, but how difficult is […]
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Dynamic Data and Web Forms – Part Three

This is the third in a series of posts looking at how to integrate Dynamic Data features into an ASP.NET Web Forms website – and hence take advantage of automated client-side data annotation validation. In the last post, I showed how to connect a label to a dynamically generated TextBox using some complicated data binding […]
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Dynamic Data and Web Forms – Part Two

In my last post, I showed how you can use Dynamic Data with the FormView and similar controls to autogenerate UI controls and associated validation based on data annotations. The one downside was that the scaffolded HTML is horrible – and fixing it is nowhere near as easy as you might hope. This is some […]
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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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