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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC – URL routing

    This is the seventh part of Paul Cociuba ’s series on ASP.net 4.5. In this we will look at a feature that is more commonly associated with ASP.net MVC – URL routing. URL routing first became available in the .Net Framework 3.5, and was used heavily in the releases of the MVC out of band update. But routing...
  • Blog Post: Strongly Typed Data Binding (continued…)

    Paul Cociuba is back with the 6th part of his ASP.NET 4.5 journey. As promised last time around he will look at CRUD operations using strongly typed data binding. In this video I will continue how to use strongly typed data binding features from ASP.net WebForms 4.5 to accomplish the rest of the common...
  • Blog Post: Session Value Providers in MVC

    MVC purists may bristle at discussion of State and many would balk at the idea of leveraging Session variables in your MVC application. However, in the real-world, State is necessary. Stateless persistence can often be achieved through use of TempData, ViewData and ViewBack but purists would stress that...
  • Blog Post: MVC and Templates with T4 and T4MVC

    The Editor and Display templates in MVC are very similar to partial views. They display data based on the model provided. You may have seen DisplayFor or EditorFor when you scaffold a View in MVC. You could customize DisplayFor to display an editable form but the convention is for DisplayFor to be read...
  • Blog Post: Strongly Typed Data Binding

    Paul Cociuba , continues to take us through the ASP.Net 4.5 Journey. In his fifth video, he will guide us through the “ Strongly typed Data Binding ”. Paul, the stage is yours… This video will continue to explore data-binding in ASP.net 4.5 by looking at improvements brought on by strongly typed data...
  • Blog Post: Linking the Business Logic Layer with DataControls to display data coming from the Database

    A Famous Developer Quote says: Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen. Building Complex Applications with ASP.net Can be a challenge but becomes a lot easier with DataControls. Let´s join Paul Cociuba in the 4th Video of his series and see what he has...
  • Blog Post: Building the Business Logic Layer classes with Entity Framework and Code First

    If you ask a developer how to become “W ealthy ” in an object-oriented way, they might tell you that it´s “ Inheritance ”. One of the most important things for a Developers is to think in an object oriented Fashion.  In his third video, Paul Cociuba , will take us through a Framework called ORM...
  • Blog Post: Authentication and Authorization with ASP.net Webforms

    When you hear someone knocking at your door, it is important to know who the person behind to door is. You will most likely open the door only to those who you trust and know. Let´s join Paul Cociuba to explain us how the same logic applies for ASP.net Webforms Authentication and Authorization.    ...
  • Blog Post: A first look at Visual Studio 2012 and the ASP.net 4.5 project template for WebForms

    When it comes to helping our customers in France with deep kevel IIS issues, the name Paul Cociuba comes up very quickly. He is working as an Escalation Engineer in the Microsoft Global Business Support Team based out of Paris. Let´s join Paul to take us through Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.net in this...
  • Blog Post: Video series: .Net Debugging for the Production Environment

    Brad Linscott is a very experienced Premier Field Engineer from the .Net development side of the house (Ed: who originally trained me in .Net Debugging techniques, oh, eight? years ago?) and he’s published a video series on .Net Debugging on Channel 9 , which runs you from the basics to some quite advanced...
  • Blog Post: How WebSockets and the ASP.Net Web API look in memory

    Nelson’s been spelunking around the memory structures of WCF 4.5’s support for WebSockets and the ASP.Net Web API: I attached windbg to the server process (in this case, w3wp.exe) and loaded sos. If you’re curious about how either set of object structures looks in memory, go check out his posts on Web...
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