To help tame large applications and organize site functionality, ASP.NET MVC 2 introduced the concept of areas. Areas allow you to segregate controllers, models, and views into different physical locations, with the area-specific pieces in a single area folder. This article shows how T4MVC templates help you generate URLs and links between areas.
It’s not always about new features. Sometimes a framework is differentiated by performance, stability and reliability. Here’s a rundown of upcoming performance improvements in the .NET Framework 4.5 that affect the CLR, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Entity Framework and more.
Test Automation using Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI shows how to leverage the coded UI features of Visual Studio 2010 to enable a continuous, consistent and standard approach to automation for build, deploy and test.
There are several generic containers and generic algorithms available in the .NET Framework and a couple of other majorly accepted APIs such as Power Collections and C5. In this article explores generic container patterns: There are several patterns that are used more than the others in code bases that use Generics. Here, we shall walk through some of these very popular generic structures. Best practices: Here we shall walk through a list of best practices with succinct causes to back them.
Microsoft has recently developed a new ASP.NET framework, called ASP.NET MVC. One of the selling points of this framework was its testability. This article explains what are the problems with testing ASP.NET sites in general and how the ASP.NET MVC framework tries to solve them.