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Tackling cross-cutting concerns with a mediator pipeline

Originally posted on the Skills Matter website In most of the projects I’ve worked on in the last several years, I’ve put in place a mediator to manage the delivery of messages to handlers. I’ve covered the motivation behind such … Continue reading 

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Announcing Austin Code Camp 2014

It’s that time of year again to hold our annual Austin Code Camp, hosted by the Austin .NET User Group: Austin 2014 Code Camp We’re at a new location this year at New Horizons Computer Learning Center Austin, as our … Continue reading 

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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Client-side templates

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 In our last post, we brought everything together to build composable blocks of tags driven … Continue reading 

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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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Survey of two large MVC projects

A large-ish MVC project in which I led the architecture is hitting a milestone of 12 months in development (though released to production for some months now). It’s a similar project to the one where AutoMapper came from, but this … Continue reading 

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