Monthly Archives: July 2014

Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Building larger primitives

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates We’ve taken our individual form elements quite far now, adopting a variety of conventions in … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Validators

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates We’re marching towards our goal of creating conventional components, similar to React classes or Angular … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Data-bound elements

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates We’re now at the point where our form elements replace the existing templates in MVC, … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Replacing form helpers

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates Last time, we ended at the point where we had a baseline behavior for text … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Baseline behavior

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates Now that we’ve got the pieces in place for building input/display/label conventions, it’s time to … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Adopting Fubu conventions

Other posts in this series: A primer Building tags Adopting Fubu conventions Baseline behavior Replacing form helpers Data-bound elements Validators Building larger primitives Client-side templates Now that we’ve established a base for programmatically building out HTML, we can start layering … Continue reading 

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