Category Archives: fubumvc

Cool stuff in FubuCore No. 3: Static Reflection

This is the third post of the FubuCore series mentioned in the Introduction post. NOTE: In case you weren’t aware, FubuCore is available as a Nuget package and is completely independent from FubuMVC. Other projects besides FubuMVC use it, such … Continue reading 

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Cool stuff in FubuCore No. 2: Extension Methods

This is the second post of the FubuCore series mentioned in the Introduction post. This post covers the various and plentiful extension methods contained in the FubuCore project. We have built up these extensions methods over the last 3-4 years … Continue reading 

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Cool stuff in FubuCore No. 1: Cache

This is the first post of the FubuCore series mentioned in the Introduction post. This post covers the Cache<TKey, TValue> class (tests can be found in the CacheTester) Introduction The name of this class may make you think it has … Continue reading 

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Cool Stuff in FubuCore and FubuMVC Series

Introduction I (and the Fubu team) get asked a lot: “What’s better about FubuMVC over ASP.NET MVC?” I really hate that question because a.) It’s not simple to answer because it’s a lot like the question “Which is better, Mac, … Continue reading 

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Share your .NET Web Frameworks experience?

Nothing like a good open-ended subjective question to get geeks riled up, right? StackOverflow post: OpenRasta vs FubuMVC vs Asp.net MVC just some thoughts Though I think the “vs” in the title might be a little…provocative, I think we can keep this … Continue reading 

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Announcing HtmlTags 1.0

I’m pleased to announce the release of version 1.0 of the HtmlTags library. You can add it to your projects today using nuget. > Install-Package HtmlTags HtmlTags provides a simple object model for generating HTML from .NET code. The main … Continue reading 

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Applying data restrictions to route authorization

I introduced our concept of data restrictions in the context of filtering out entities from data access queries. I then had to clarify that data restrictions are not tied to data access – they are part of the domain logic. … Continue reading 

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A quick follow up about data restrictions

A comment on my last post caused me to re-read it, and realize that I didn’t do a good job of emphasizing the role of data restrictions (implementations of IDataRestriction<T>) in our application. Since I introduced them in the context … Continue reading 

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How we systemically apply filters to our data access

I wrote about limiting access to sensitive information in Dovetail Support Center on the company blog, but didn’t get too deep into the technical implementation. Since that feature development relied heavily on the capabilities of our open source web framework, … Continue reading 

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Adding variable output behavior to your FubuMVC actions

Introduction A question I’ve received multiple times now when discussing FubuMVC’s flexibility: can I make a single controller action render a view, or json, or rss/xml, etc., based on a request header, or some portion of the URL? The short … Continue reading 

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