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

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Can anybody recomend a good SEO book? [closed]

Im currently developing a ASP MVC site. Is there any book out there for ASP MVC SEO or just SEO in general?
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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 ...
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What things do I need to become expert ASP.net MVC [closed]

I graduated in computer science. I had pretty good knowledge in Java. I have about a year experiences in ASP.net C# Web form. What other things do I need to know if I want become expert in ASP.net MVC ...
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Using alternative MVC framework

I am new to ASP.NET MVC and EF. I read about open source implementations of MVC pattern like Spring, FubuMVC, Castle etc. I want to know how flexible these alternatives are when compared with ASP.NET ...
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Telerik ASP.NET MVC components licensing

There's thread on stackoverflow about this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5524046/is-telerik-extensions-for-asp-net-mvc-free It says that it is ok for internal site, but I think it is still not ...
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Is there a canonical resource on ASP.NET MVC ? [closed]

I want to learn ASP.NET MVC. I have a solid background in asp.net web forms. Are there any resources that you can recommend to help me make the change? I'm ideally looking for videos which touch on ...
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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, ...
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MVC Validation with ModelState.isValid through a wizard

I'm working on a small educational project on MVC 3, and I'm facing a small problem, when attempting to handle validation in my application through a wizard. I tried to get benefit from the ability ...
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Maintaining Regex in a .net application

I am sure everybody has had his/her share of regex woes. We have a big application with around 30 developers working on a mvc3 web application , and the two fold regex validations (front-end and ...
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Newbie seeking advice on programming in general [closed]

need some of you to remember back to a time when you might have been bad at programming... Been at my new job (as a software developer) for a couple of months now, passed probation period. Have very ...
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How do you organize an ASP.NET MVC 3 application with potentially hundreds of views but with only a few entry points?

Assumptions: Minimalist ASP.NET MVC 3 application for sending emails where the view represents the contents of an email. Over 500+ email types. I would NOT like to have 500+ actions in my controller ...
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Should we use Entity Framework?

We currently have the following stack : VS 2005 Web forms SQL Server 2005 IIS 6 We are planning on transitioning to this : VS 2010 MVC and Web Forms SQL Server 2008 IIS 7 My question is, when ...
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Prevalence of “back end” programmer roles in ASP.NET (MVC) projects?

First, unless anyone has better definitions, let's define "back end" and "front end" according to their usage here: Is it common to separate back-end and front-end into two positions on web ...
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Workflow design for multi-step edits on a webapp

I have a web app (ASP MVC2) where some forms can be accessed via multiple routes, initially once a form was complete a user was kicked back to a default page for that form rather than the page they ...
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With ASP.NET MVC actions, should I use web services?

In ASP.NET Web Forms if you want to use jQuery and call a method directly, you should either implement a web service, or use Page Methods. Also you can use Generic Handlers (.ashx files). However, in ...
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ASP.NET MVC: Getting User input in your Controller?

I wanted to get your opinion on best practices for getting user input while doing something in a controller. I am inside a Action method in my controller and I am processing some data. The data may ...
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ASP.Net MVC ambigious action methods - why the path choosen

Is there someone who could shed a light on why ambiguous methods are not allowed in ASP.Net MVC?I updated my question just to clarify it (using Carson63000 example from his answer), the question ...
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Best open source ASP.NET MVC e-commerce projects [closed]

I need to get a e-commerce site up and running, but I really don't want to program it from the bottom up if I don't need to. I want to program it using ASP.NET MVC. I'm looking for a good open source ...
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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 ...
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Is there a way to visualize an ASP.NET MVC project, ie class diagram but with the web pages too?

Maybe I'm looking for a dependency visualizer/matrix. I'm not sure. I'm just trying to wrap my head around an existing and large web app, and I like pretty pictures. I know of Autodiagrammer but I ...
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Is Razor or XSLT better for my project? [closed]

I'm in the early stages in the design of a system that will essentially be split into two parts. One part is a service and the other is an interface with the service providing data through something ...
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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 ...
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What's the difference between stateful and stateless?

The books and documentation on the MVC just heap on using the Stateful and Stateless terms. To be honest, i am just unable to grab the idea of it, what the books are talking about. They don't give an ...
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What is the biggest obstacle ASP.NET MVC ever had for you? Why and how it can be fixed? [closed]

What aspects of ASP.NET MVC can be considered bad practices of Microsoft or problematic? In ASP.NET web forms, thing like ViewState, Automatically generated Id and names, single form usage and pattern ...
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ASP.NET vs ASP.NET MVC

I just started learning the ASP.NET MVC framework and it's very different in architecture from regular ASP.NET development. Transitioning from windows forms to WPF was nice, and seemed a way forward ...
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Can we develop ASP.NET MVC application with MySQL as the database?

I have mostly seen ASP.NET websites using MSSQL as database. Even I developed one some time ago. Why only MSSQL, when MySQL, a free alternative is available. So, the question is, IS it possible to ...
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Using Backbone.js with ASP.Net MVC

I'm currently looking into the advantages of using Backbone.js, but I'll be using ASP.Net MVC as the main bulk of the site. My question is, is it worth blending the 2 together or am I making a rod ...
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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 ...
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When to favor ASP.NET WebForms over MVC

I know that Microsoft has said ASP.NET MVC is not a replacement for WebForms. And some developers say WebForms is faster to develop on than MVC. But I believe speed of coding comes down to ...
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Is it beneficial to have a long-term experience in a specific technology rather than short-term multiple ones?

I am currently working in asp.net and having almost 1 year of experience. Now my company wants to change my technology and wants to put me in mobile development (might be other than .net mobile ...
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Help me in choosing appropriate pattern

From last one week i was searching for most suitable architecture for a new web application. To be honest i did web development for only 1 year (back in 2007). And from last four years i am working in ...
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How can open source projects be successful without documentation about their design or architecture?

I want to improve my programming skills by studying famous open source projects, but I find it is easy to get lost by just jumping into their source code. So I decided to read their documentation ...
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Need recommendation for transferring ASP.NET MVC skills to PHP [closed]

I am looking to translate my skills in .NET to PHP - specifically in regards to ASP.NET MVC. At work I am currently using .NET MVC 2.0 on a variety of projects and thoroughly enjoy the platform. ...
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Is it a “pattern smell” to put getters like “FullName” or “FormattedPhoneNumber” in your model?

I'm working on an ASP.NET MVC app, and I've been getting into the habit of putting what seem like helpful and convenient getters into my model/entity classes. For example: public class Member { ...
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Asp.net certification [closed]

I want to get my certification in .NET, which certification is the best for me? For the past 8 months I have been working in the .NET 3.5 and 4.0 frameworks. How can I grow myself by appearing this ...
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Learning PHP for an ASP.NET Developer [closed]

I am mostly developing on ASP.NET MVC and sometimes on ASP.NET WebForms. But when I hit a PHP web site, I always think that; Should I learn PHP? Assuming answer here is yes, where would be the ...
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PHP framework most similar to ASP.NET MVC3?

I've done a bit of work with CodeIgniter and a lot with straight PHP... I had the opportunity to use asp.net mvc3 recently and was absolutely blown away with my productivity. Despite not "knowing" ...
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Question on design of current pagination implementations

I have checked pagination implementations on asp.net mvc specifically and i really feel that there is something less efficient in implementations. First of all all implementations use pagination ...
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Tips and Tricks on Web Page Design on ASP.NET MVC (Razor Syntax)

I am a newbie in web development and have started studying ASP.NET MVC. I noticed that cshtml replaces aspx when using Razor syntax and design view is not supported. Now designing ASP.NET MVC webpages ...
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What is the standard for modeling modern applications prior to development?

I'm taking on my first enterprise-level application and I want my team to model the entire ASP.NET MVC C# application before we even tap out one line of code. UPDATE: This was not intended to be a ...
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Does a method to check the file type being uploaded belong in the controller?

If I create a controller that has a method ActionResult UploadFile(HttpPostedFileBase file) Where is the best place to add the code that will verify that this is a good and useable file? The reason ...
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How can I convince my company to move to MVC?

I currently write web apps using asp.net web forms and getting my company to move to another technology is like [insert funny line here]. I would really like to start writing apps using MVC, but they ...
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Is ASP.NET MVC slow as compared to traditional approach?

I create three folders in the Project Explorer of any IDE that I use. I name them: App Layer, Business Layer and Data Layer. The App Layer holds all the UI stuff, the Business Layer holds all the ...
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MVC 3 - Any new features to explore for an existing MVC 2 application?

I have an existing ASP.NET MVC 2 application that is working well and is usually easy to maintain. I had a lull in development yesterday so I upgraded the solution to ASP.NET MVC 3 and everything ...
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How should a ViewModel be named?

While starting work on a brand new ASP.net MVC application we've learned that we should have all of our available data pushed to make it easy to create a full view. While learning this we've started ...
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Migrating large system from WebForms to MVC

I'm looking for advice from people who have actually migrated a large system from WebForms to MVC. What are the things to watch out for? The literature says that both can co-exist for the same system ...
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What would your DB Schema look like if you are building a Reddit/Digg-like site? [closed]

Just found out something rather interesting about Reddit's database schema: The way we’ve changed is we use an “open schema”. Sometimes it’s called “entity attribute value”. It’s basically ...
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Should I be a professional in C# programming in order to build good web applications using ASP.NET?

I do not know if there is special programming in C# for the web or it is the same?. If it is the same then what are the topics that I should focus on in C# in order to use it building web application ...
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In ASP.NET MVC3 controllers, where do you instantiate your DataContext?

In your ASP.NET MVC 3 applications that use a DataContext or DbContext, where do you instantiate your data access object? Here is a non-exhaustive list of where I've seen it done: Individually ...
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DDD + POCO does this makes sense?

DDD promotes rich domain models with behavior in it, POCO naked objects without any objects in it. Is it possible to have them both combined? I have a Multi Layer Solution Core - has POCO ...