There are 3 entries for the tag ASP.NET MVC
Web Platform Installer – Complete Goodness

I decided it was time to install the Beta for ASP.NET MVC and start playing with it when I’m bored.  My gut was to go to Phil’s blog, dig around, find the link to the Beta, follow it, download it and futz through the installation process.  But I cringed at how painful that process usually is. Then I remembered reading about the Web Platform Installer on Scott Hanselman’s blog this morning.  I’m typically skeptical of these types of utilities because they usually only half work, and when they fail, it’s really hard to recover.  But I decided to throw...

posted @ Monday, November 24, 2008 10:33 PM | Feedback (0)

Custom Controls Everywhere and ASP.NET MVC, part 3

Disclaimer: This article and the ideas presented are based on 7-month-old thoughts that have been undeveloped.  While I expect the ideals disclosed are still valid, they might be totally off-base.  I wanted to finish writing this series and share my thoughts, but I've been unable to keep up with the ASP.NET MVC framework.  Please check here for more information. Another Disclaimer: The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer's view in any way.  I am not involved in the ASP.NET MVC project. This article discusses how I think the ASP.NET MVC...

posted @ Saturday, September 20, 2008 6:10 PM | Feedback (2)

Response to Criticism of my Extended MVP Pattern

As I posted, I received some criticism about my extended MVP pattern over on ScottGu's blog.  I wanted to submit my response here, and I'll link to this post in a comment on ScottGu's blog. I will venture to guess that the vast majority of the folks that read ScottGu's blog are pretty sharp folks.  And experienced software developers know that there is no sure-fire solution to every problem; there is no single architecture or design pattern that fits every project; there is no silver bullet so to speak.  Microsoft's offering of an MVC framework as well as a...

posted @ Monday, November 19, 2007 10:02 PM | Feedback (3)