MVC Course Resources
- Integrating ASP.Net MVC Into An Existing ASP.Net Web Application
- Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC3 By Example
- MVC & Entity Framework By Example
- HTML 5
- Globalization, Internationalization and Localization in ASP.NET MVC 3
- Display Mode in ASP.NET MVC 4
- ASP.NET JqGrid
- ASP.NET MVC Sump Start
- A quick view of ASP.NET MVC 4
- Visual Studio 2010 + SP1
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Tools Update
- SQL Server Compact 4.0 (runtime + tools support)
- Entity Framework
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Fundamentals
This Hands-On Lab is based on MVC (Model View Controller) Music Store, a tutorial application that introduces and explains step-by-step how to use ASP.NET MVC and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express (which is free). Throughout the lab you will learn the simplicity, yet power of using these technologies together. You will start with a simple application and will build it until you have a fully functional MVC Web Application.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Helpers, Forms and Validation
In ASP.NET MVC Models and Data Access Hand-on Lab, you have been loading data from the database and displaying it. In this Hands-on Lab, you will add to the Music Store application, the ability to edit that data.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Models and Data Access
This Hands-on Lab will show you how to use the free SQL Server Express as a database engine in order to store and retrieve the data needed for the Music Store application. To accomplish that, you will start with an already created database, from which you will generate the Entity Data Model you will use in the application.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor
ASP.NET MVC 3 introduces the new view engine Razor, which was conceived to simplify the current syntax used in ASP.NET web pages. In this lab you will learn how to create Razor views inside an MVC solution. In the beginning of this Lab you will first get familiar with Razor syntax and its features: general rules, code blocks, inline HTML and layout pages. Once you have learned the basics, in Exercise 2 you will add Razor views in the MVC Music Store solution to provide the same functionality you have in ASP.NET views, but with a clearer and reduced code.At the end of this lab, in Exercise 3, you will learn how to create and consume third party Razor Helpers.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Custom Action Filters
In ASP.NET MVC 3 Global, Dynamic Filters Hands-on Lab, you have been adding filters to MVC processing. In this Hands-on Lab, you will use custom filters to log your site activity.To achieve that, in the proposed exercise you will create a custom filter attribute that will work with any specified controller. That filter will catch controller's requests, and save them into a database table. Through a log view you will be able to see the list of visits that each filtered controller had.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Custom Validation
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Dependency Injection
In Object Oriented Programming paradigm, objects work together in a collaboration model where there are contributors and consumers. Naturally, this communication model generates dependencies between objects and components that could became difficult to manage when complexity increases .You have probably heard about Factory Pattern and the separation between the interface and the implementation using services. However, the client objects are often responsible for service location.Before introducing the Dependency Injection Pattern, we will explain what Inversion of Control (IoC) principle is. With Inversion of Control (Ioc), consumer objects do not create the other objects on which they rely. Those objects come from an external source.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Global and Dynamic Action Filters
ASP.NET MVC provides action filters for performing logic either before an action method is called or after its run. Action Filters are custom attributes that provide a declarative means to add pre-action and post-action behavior to controller action methods.In previous versions of MVC, action filters were applied by making a filter attribute and apply it to a controller or an action method. MVC 3 provides the ability to define filters outside that scope, giving the possibility to apply filters to all actions in an MVC application.In ASP.NET MVC 2 Membership, Authorization and Store Checkout you have been working with the security of your web application. In this Hands-on Lab you will use Global Filters and will apply them to site logging. In order to achieve that, in the first exercise you will learn how to use the filters and how to customize an Attribute filter for global security. Then, in the second exercise you will learn how to create a Global Dynamic Filter by using MVC Filter Providers. That consists in a filter in which execution depends on the context.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 NuGet
With .NET you can develop class libraries, web projects, complete solutions, frameworks, application servers, web controls and helpers, etc. A live ecosystem of such packages (many of them open source projects) is available for you to download from the Internet and add to your own solutions. You can also create your own library and publish it in your server. Nevertheless, this model implies some costs: you should locate the appropriate software, download and compile it, resolve dependencies of other packages, etc.With NuGet (http://nuget.codeplex.com) tool, you can download, create, and publish software packages, ready to be used by other developers, resolving the hassles of dependencies tracking. You can use a console tool to create a new package, upload it to a Microsoft server or to a server of your own, browse and install them from Visual Studio.
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Testing
Testing an application is an automated way of verifying it is always behaving the way it is supposed to. That way, you can later make changes to the code and refactor components without breaking something else somewhere in the application.This Lab will take you through the process of testing controllers in an ASP.NET MVC application, used to verify that actions are working properly.In this Hands-on Lab, each test is independent from the others, but instead of stubs or mocks, you will be testing the controllers against a well-known database. If needed, that database will be protected by transactions and its initial state will be copied for each test execution, making sure that each test runs with a controlled data set.
- Understanding Model View Controller in Asp.Net MVC (sowmyaks.wordpress.com)
- Asp.Net Web API VS Asp.Net MVC (sowmyaks.wordpress.com)
- Bundling and Minification in ASP.NET MVC (devcurry.com)
- Controller not working after publish to azure website (stackoverflow.com)
- Introduction to ASP.NET MVC4 (parallelmindsblog.com)
- Programming ASP.NET MVC 4 (O'Reilly) (i-programmer.info)
- Getting Started With Glimpse In ASP.NET MVC (simpleprogrammer.com)
- Adopting ASP.NET MVC enhancements in an Existing Web Forms Project (devcurry.com)