Monthly Archives: April 2011

Single Action Controllers with ASP.Net MVC

While I’ve enjoyed working with the ASP.Net MVC Framework, one thing I wish that it provided is the ability to create controller-less actions. Why you ask? Because I’d rather my controllers only have one reason to change. While this isn’t … Continue reading 

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Effective Tests: A Test-First Example – Part 4

In part 3 of our Test-First example, we finished the initial implementation of our Tic-tac-toe component. After we finished, a team in charge of creating a host application was able to get everything integrated (though rumor has it that there … Continue reading 

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Effective Tests: A Test-First Example – Part 3

In part 2 of our Test-First example, we continued the implementation of our Tic-tac-toe game using a Test-First approach. This time, we’ll finish out our requirements. Here’s where we left things: When the player goes first it should put their … Continue reading 

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Effective Tests: A Test-First Example – Part 2

In part 1 of our Test-First example, we discussed the Test-Driven Development philosophy in more detail and started a Test First implementation of a Tic-tac-toe game component. Here’s the progress we’ve made on our requirements so far: When the player … Continue reading 

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