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The Morning Brew #1743

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Links only today as I’m a little pressed for time… Information Azure : Blob Storage / Retrieval – Sacha Barber Chess TDD 22: Friendly Pieces – Erik Dietrich Building C#/ASP.NET apps on a Mac with vNext – Jeremy Morgan Using the Docker client from Windows and getting AspNet vNext running in a Docker Container – […]

Learn ASP.NET MVC 5 in 2 days (Sponsored)

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Questpond has launched a full step by step course on  ASP.NET MVC. This course from Shivprasad Koirala will help you to learn MVC (Model view controller) step by step in 2 days ( i.e in 16 hours) right from basics to a professional level. This is a Sponsored post and in this post, the first video will show you how to display a simple Hello world in ASP.NET MVC. Also, check out the complete syllabus for details.   Shivprasad Koirala has published a video course on Questpond, which will step-by-step guide you to learn MVC 5 in just 2 days
(yes, you heard the word correct... just 2 days i.e. 16 hours only). Below is the complete syllabus of the course “Learn MVC 5 in 2 days”:Lab 01 : - Simple Hello world (20 minutes) Lab 02 : - Explain MVC Routing (10 minutes) Lab 03 : - Explain ViewData, ViewBag, TempData & Session Variables (20 minutes) Lab 04 : - Explain Model and Strongly typed views (20 minutes) Lab 05 : - Explain Model Binders (10 minutes) Lab 06 : - Why MVC and MVC vs Webforms? (30 minutes) Lab 07 : - Explain TempData, Peek and...(Read whole news on source site)

Loading ASP.NET MVC Controllers and Views From an Assembly

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Back to MVC land! This time, I wanted to be able to load controllers and views from an assembly other than my application. I know about the extensibility mechanisms that ASP.NET and MVC give provides, such as Virtual Path Providers and Controller Factories, so I thought I could use them.First things first: we need a controller factory that can load a controller from another assembly:
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APress Deal of the Day 23/November/2014 - Windows 8 MVVM Patterns Revealed

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/11/23/apress-deal-of-the-day-23november2014---windows-8-mvvm.aspxToday’s $10 Deal of the Day from APress at http://www.apress.com/9781430249085 is Windows 8 MVVM Patterns Revealed. "The Model-View-View-Model (MVVM) pattern is held in high regard by many developers as an excellent way of creating sophisticated modern applications. It's clear seperation of presentation and business logic produces a clean implementation that promotes speed, scalability and code reuse in applications with a complex UI. These strengths have found it favor with WPF and Silverlight developers. It is now increasingly being employed for Windows 8 apps, a purpose to which it is ideally suited as this
book will show." "In this brief, information-rich, guide we will show you how MVVM works with both XAML (C#) and HTML5 (JavaScript) flavors of Windows 8. Beginning with a brief recap of MVVM concepts under .NET - to provide a common frame of reference - we will then delve into the details of how MVVM can best be implemented in Metro-style apps for Windows 8 and show a working application framework in each case." ...(Read whole news on source site)

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