4
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5answers
1k views

Is this a good practice or not?

I have a colleague who has come up with a way of 'genericizing' information from a database so that all his web application's drop-down lists can share the same object in his MVC.NET C# code and ...
1
vote
2answers
147 views

Refreshing website design and architecture

I have a website that is build with asp.net web forms. I would like to refresh design (using css, html5, responsive design) and also change it from web forms to asp.net MVC. To me this is more of a ...
1
vote
2answers
219 views

Is it better to define all routes in the Global.asax than to define separately in the areas?

I am working on a MVC 4 project that will serve as an API layer of a larger application. The developers that came before me set up separate Areas to separate different API requests (i.e Search, ...
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votes
2answers
760 views

ASP.NET MVC Controller separation best practices [closed]

I am very new in ASP.NET MVC and Web stuff. I want to know how I should separate my page logic into different controllers. Like for example should I use Home\BuyProduct or Product\Buy. When there is a ...
10
votes
1answer
1k views

Is there a need for a factory class for creating viewmodels?

A colleague of mine suggested using a factory class for creating viewmodel objects in our ASP.NET MVC solutions. The idea being that it can help with the design, and maintainability, of the way ...
2
votes
2answers
669 views

Storing images in file system and returning URLs or virtually resizing and returning byte arrays?

I need to create a REST web service to manage user submitted images and displaying them all in a website. There are multiple websites that are going to use this service to manage and display images. ...
6
votes
1answer
381 views

Refactoring an existing MVC codebase to remove business logic & data access from the Controllers

Product I've inherited has the following composition: MVC web site where the controllers make calls to Repositories to get, insert and update objects retrieved that are defined in the: Data ...
3
votes
1answer
437 views

ASP.NET MVC - should the MVC's M, V and C be explicitly aware of domain entities?

Since this question seems to be pretty subjective, I'm posting it here. Let's say you're writing your own version of Stackoverflow using ASP.NET MVC, so there are classes like Question, Answer, User, ...
10
votes
2answers
833 views

Is it better to have separate Create and Edit actions or combine Create and Edit into one?

We are using ASP.NET MVC 2 with a Controller/View Presentation Layer and Model consisting of A Business Logic Layer, Data Access Layer [Stored Procedures and classes/methods to talk to the stored ...
2
votes
1answer
240 views

How to best annotate MVC custom action filters?

As I get deeper into the area of ASP.NET MVC 3, I feel like I'm finding a lot of very nice technical nuggets as well as new ways of doing things versus classic ASP.NET. One of those "nuggets" is ...
2
votes
3answers
948 views

Class Design and Separation Of Concerns

I'm working on an MVC application and am wondering about the best way to design one of my models. I have a class called RightLeftPersonToggle which represents two select list boxes on the page. The ...