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 We’ve taken our individual form elements quite far now, adopting a variety of conventions in our output to remove the … 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 We’re marching towards our goal of creating conventional components, similar to React classes or Angular directives, but there’s one last piece … 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 We’re now at the point where our form elements replace the existing templates in MVC, extend to the HTML5 form elements, but there’s … 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 Last time, we ended at the point where we had a baseline behavior for text inputs, labels and outputs. We don’t want to stop there, however. … 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 Now that we’ve got the pieces in place for building input/display/label conventions, it’s time to circle back and figure out what exactly we want our default behaviors 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 Now that we’ve established a base for programmatically building out HTML, we can start layering on top more intelligent model-centric conventions for both displaying and editing data. Eventually, I want to … Continue reading 

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