The ASP.NET MVC Framework is a Microsoft web application framework that implements the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern.

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Does unused code affects the assembly after startup (Memory for example)?

Disclaimer: I come from a PHP background. In PHP, I could have thousands files, which are never loaded, if not needed, due to the autoloader feature (If some code is needed, it would be loaded) How ...
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Log with Application Insights only (NLog vs AI) in Asp MVC

I was going through several blog posts and stackoverflow and programmers and I am still a bit confused. You can install NLog (or some other logging lib) and start logging quite fast and then you can ...
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Architecture for Web application to monitor remote servers

So I'm a relatively new programmer, attempting to create a web application (ASP.net) to display the system information (E.G. Status of windows services, disk & resource usage and errors in event ...
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Mapping Domain models to ViewModel

I have an Asp.net MVC5 application structured like this: Core Domain project Infrastructure DAL project Utilities UI UI project (contains ViewModel at the moment, will probably put that ...
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Best way to control serialisation of posted form data [closed]

I'm working on an ASP.NET MVC project. I have a form that is strongly typed. Is it considered good practice to add serialisation attributes to the same view model to control how the data is serialized ...
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Architect in our company is against DTO [closed]

I have this easy DTO (Data Transfer Object): public class SoonestOffersModel { public Offer Offer { get; set; } public DateTime Date { get; set; } } Offer is entity. Our architect is ...
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Handle Field Level Access on MVC Form [closed]

I came across and programming issue in my MVC app where I need to provide field-level security for some of my forms. So I need to display or hide fields on the form, based on the user's permissions. ...
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Business logic in the models?

I use the repository pattern for data handling. In my DAL folder i have IUserRepository, UserRepository and UserContext. Inside the models folder i have a class called User like id, username etc. I ...
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Who does what in a Single Page Application? [closed]

My development background is in ASP .NET webforms. I've been reading various SPA tutorials but they always get into the weeds about specific javascript libraries. I'm just trying to understand what ...
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Strategies for creating a mobile site? [closed]

I'm looking for 2nd & 3rd opinions on a general mobile strategy for a website I work with. We have decided that tablets generally have an acceptable experience with our site (especially in ...
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Single Class to Serve as View Model as well as Container for Submitted Form

I see the following design in the code which is part of the default web application project in visual studio: A single data model class in constructed and decorated with various data validation ...
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Permuting and combining the values based on the key

I am trying to generate a table which would show all possible combinations based on the key. To make it more clear lets say I have a kind of Key, Value pair set(Its mentioned kind of because there are ...
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CRUD operations in DDD

I'm designing an application with DDD. I'm moving from flat POCO objects to strong domain models, so my question is: Would I have to call my basic CRUD operations (located in my repository layer) ...
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Is the controller in Angular and ASP.NET MVC aimed to the same?

Is the controller in Angular and ASP.NET MVC aimed to do the same like: Consume services to shape the data (model) to return to the view. Modal validation.
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.NET MVC authentication to AngularJS to .NET web API advice needed

So i am inheriting a team and a large project that should have been built with a restful back end. For the time it is only reporting and we all agree to build out a web API (separate project) with ...
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MVC Best practice mixing Partial View and JavaScript

I searched the internet and really can't find a good answer to this question. Imagine there is a View that contains a simple tab-element. Each tab-content is loaded dynamically (via ajax) when the ...
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Does Having DI Happen in the Composition Root go against the whole point of Dependency Injection?

I am using Dependency Injection for a .NET MVC web application in which I have three basic layers: 1) Web App 2) Service Layer 3) Data Layer I inject the data layer into the service layer and the ...
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Entity Framework in n-tier application confusion

I'm building a rather large (web) application where I'm using Entity Framework to communicate with the database. My solution is set up in layers like so: Client Website (MVC web application) ...
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One form with multiple fields vs several forms doing ajax requests

I have a group of invoices to send to a back end. The requirement is to be able to send everything with a button, so I can do the following: Send everything as form fields name like ...
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Multi user website for MVC project: one, or multiple solutions?

We're starting a new MVC 5 project that will ultimately consist of 4 websites depending on the kind of user: One internal, for company employees. One for agents, independent contractors that work ...
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Difference between 3-Tier architecture and MVC (Model, View Controller) in ASP.Net

I would love to know how the 3-Tier architecture differs from MVC (Model, View Controller) in ASP.Net as it seems to me that the same architecture applies. In 3-tier we have User Services Layer, ...
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Rendering partial View in MVC

i am not so familiar working with partial Views. The reason behind that is that I really do not have the basics of Jquery/JS/Ajax. But I recently found through some SO post that a partial view can be ...
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Organizing action in MVC controller

I am developing an ASP.NET MVC application, that has a lot of client side interaction ie. a lot of ajax calls to controller actions. Currently I have controllers containing actions (part of the same ...
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Never using Models, only ViewModels

I'm starting a new MVC 5 project from scratch. I'm using EF 6 (Database First) and Identity 2.0. My solution consists of 3 different projects: Data (where I have a .edmx and my DB context), Resources ...
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Code First Approach and Business Classes Validation

I have a solution split into two projects : A class library containing all of my model classes (lets call it Business), and an ASP.Net MVC project. My Business classes are meant to be generic and ...
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Performance concern in object oriented languages [duplicate]

I recently moved into web development using ASP.NET MVC. The language I use is C#. Having considerable experience in C makes me look for optimized coding standards (memory, efficient data structures ...
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Handle files on a remote location

Our intranet application is used to document and store office files. Both app and server are hosted remotely on the same server. Due to fact that our app server is changed every couple of years, we ...
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How to see Entity Framework code with ASP.NET MVC from a software architecture viewpoint?

Let's say I'm starting a Web Application project that uses a) ASP.NET MVC b) Entity Framework In terms of Software ARchitecture, correct me if I'm wrong, -1) Could I place all my Entity Framework ...
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Best Practice for relating an Azure Active Directory user with Entity Framework

I'm creating an ASP.NET application that uses Azure Active Directory to Authenticate users. When using Entity Framework for the models what would be the best way to have an entity related to a ...
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AngularJS and ASP MVC

We have started to implement AngularJS in our web-applications using ASP MVC. I am wondering what approach to use for building application in the future. Keep using our current stategy: Build the ...
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ASP.NET synchronous commands handlers

A question about DDD, for validating a Proof Of Concept. Let's say we have a webpage that triggers a Domain Event. For instance, updating the status of a client after an interaction occurred on that ...
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Bower, NPM, Gulp in ASP.NET MVC, what problem am I solving? [closed]

I work at a small web development company, and we use no dependency management whatsoever at the frontend side. External libraries are simply downloaded and pasted into the lib folder of whatever ...
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Repository pattern with service layer - too much separation?

I have an MVC site which uses the repository pattern. I don't feel like I'm using the MVC style enough, so I'm getting ready to re-architect some of it. But I'm also wanting to do it so if the front-...
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Unit Testing without DI

I am starting a small ASP.NET MVC project, each task on the board must come with unit tests. The project is small, just a few pages with not that much processing, so I decided not to implement DI. My ...
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Domain Driven Design - DataServices vs Repositories for Domain Models vs Database Models [closed]

I've been trying to refactor an old design in to an Onion Architecture in DDD style. To that point, the project went from a monolith to 4 sub-projects: /src /Project.Application /Services ...
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How should I test the HTML output my class creates?

As a learning project, I am trying to create something similar to the WebGrid that comes with ASP.NET MVC. Now this component MyGrid<T> looks like this: public class MyGrid<T> where T : ...
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Is that good idea to add ViewModel exactly same as Model

I have following layers in my solution: App.Domain App.Service App.Core (maybe you call this one App.DataLayer) App.Web Software design pattern is not my question, I have following Model in Domain ...
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Refactoring to avoid circular references

I'm working on an ASP.NET MVC solution that has two projects, WebUI and DAL. WebUI references DAL. DAL has the repository and context, while WebUI contains Authentication and Authorization classes. ...
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EF “Code First” and Object/Relational Impedance

I'm trying to learn more about the current orthodoxy with respect to ASP.NET MVC application design, and I stumbled upon something that confuses me, relating to the choice among database design ...
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Asp.net MVC web application and iOS mobile app

I am currently writing a web application in ASP.NET MVC, so far it is mostly a simple CRUD web app. The database is hosted on the cloud and I am using Entity Framework to interact with it. I know ...
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Where should i put the WebAPI

I've just started the project and I have this sort of parts in my solution MyApp.Web MVC Web Application MyApp.Data Class Library MyApp.Domain Class Library MyApp.Service Class Library MyApp.Utility ...
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MVC OAuth with keeping user logged in

I am creating a news site where one can add some news. User will be registering with theirs facebook accounts like on this site. There will not be other type of users, just facebook users. And I wish ...
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Emulating `tail` to stream log data via asp.net mvc

In similar fashion to this bit of node.js, I'm interested in streaming the ongoing output of a text log file via ASP.NET MVC. I'm having trouble even thinking how I would implement this using the ...
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ASP.NET MVC : How asp.net mvc view engine bind model and render data in html form in browser?

How mvc model binder binds data to model and when I submit form or pass model to view. //Action public ActionResult ShowStudent() { Student student = new Student(); return View(student); } //...
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File sharing web application - folder PIN code entry best practice

I'm developing a web app for internal file sharing and one of the requirements is to have PIN code protected folders. What I came up now is a folder like structure with the following: Folder ...
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Any “Gotchas” to using Entity Framework for Identity & Dapper for all other DB access in a .NET MVC application?

I'm firing up an MVC project in which I'd really like to use Dapper as my ORM, as I like to be as close to the database as possible for performance and SQL tweaking reasons, yet still have the power ...
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Combining simple and complex APIs in a web application?

We use C# MVC and Angularjs as the primary tools to develop our web applications. We've recently been discussing best practices, with an eye towards revising our development approaches into something ...
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Optimizing and caching frequently accessed but rarely updated Tables

My app has some tables that will be rarely updated, probably just once in the beginning and at the system setup. Despite that, they will be frequently accessed. Almost every operation depends on ...
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Is having a Data Access Layer as singleton a good ideea

I'm working on a project(web application) where I have a DataManager(IDALContract dalImplementation) class that does some stuff with the data after retrieving it from the database or before saving it ...
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How can I check if answer the user typed in is unique in the form submission?

So, I have a form that has security questions and textfields for the user to type in their answer. I want to prevent the user from typing in the same answer to every security question selected. So I ...