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

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Unit test: How best to provide an XML input?

I need to write a unit test which validates the serialization of two attributes of an XML(size ~ 30 KB) file. What is the best way to provide an input for this test? Here are the options I have ...
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What programming language would be the best fit for small browser games? [closed]

I want to make small web apps containing little games (multi-user dungeons, tower defense games, and roguelikes) or talent calculators for MMOs etc. After some research I have had people say that ...
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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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MVC4 : How to create model at run time?

In my project I am dynamically creating table by giving table name (ex. student) and adding fields to that table and then save table. Now, my table is created in SQL Server database. Assume table ...
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How to prevent fat views in MVC?

I'm just curious. If I'm a lead dev in a company of a dozens of developers is there any way I can prevent a newbie developer from creating a fat view? By fat view I mean to have an empty controller, ...
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ASP MVC Action parameters all strings vs explicit type

A colleague and I were developing an ASP.NET MVC project and during this we created a new action method to handle one of our views. I initially started created the action like so: public ...
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REST Service and CQRS

I am struggling with architecture on a new project. I am using the following patterns/technology. CQRS - anything going in goes through a command REST - using WebAPI MVC - asp.net mvc Angular - ...
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Pure Front end JavaScript with Web API versus MVC views with ajax

This was more a discussion for what peoples thoughts are these days on how to split a web application. I am used to creating an MVC application with all its views and controllers. I would normally ...
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Best way for an external (remote) graphics designer to style ASP.NET MVC 4 app?

My customer has his own graphics designer he wants to use to style his web application we're building in ASP.NET MVC 4. Our solution is in Bitbucket, but if he can't run it what choices do we have? ...
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Anemic Domain Model vs. DDD by definition example(s)?

What is an example of "Business Logic" that should reside in the DomainModel i.e. inside an Entity instead of inside a (Domain) Service, as well as some example logic that should be in a service. ...
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Want some architecture input to help with current requirements and future (unknown) requirements :-)

BACKGROUND: I am starting to architect a web project using asp.net mvc. I'm going to use a very common architecture where I have the following layers: Service Biz Data Domain The Service layer ...
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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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Using WebStorm for Razor Syntax MVC

I am building a lot of client-side heavy SPA-like apps with VS2010 and MVC3/4. VS2010 Javascript/HTML/CSS editing (mostly javascript) is interminably slow and sluggish. I'd love to use something ...
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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 ...
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Which Web API routing attribute style is preferred?

You can do it this way: [Route("api/DeliveryItems/{ID:int}/{CountToFetch:int}")] ...calling it like so: http://localhost:28642/api/deliveryitems/N/N ...which has the benefit of the routing ...
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How do you reduce geographic latency in web application (MVC ASP.net) backed by a single database

I'm working on a modest sized web application that receives circa 30k unique users per day, this is an MVC C# application hosted on 3 web servers and backed by a single SQL server, everything is ...
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Identity and Access Control in Web API vs WCF

Our team is looking to introduce Web API, MVC/ASP.NET implementation in our SOA. I am having a hard time trying to wrap my head around the identity and access control it has compared to WCF. WCF has ...
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MVC 3 Page design; split pages into Many partials?

I am currently working on an MVC 3 Web app project where I need to display a lot of information on the front page. I am relatively new at web page layout and design so I have hit a wall in terms of ...
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Good resources for a MVC.Net developer going back to WebForms? [closed]

Well it looks like I may be forced to build a new system in webforms after having worked exclusively in MVC for the last 3 years. Initially I didnt think this was going to be a problem except the ...
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Webservice Return Generic Result Type or Purposed Result Type

I'm building a webservice which returns JSON / XML / SOAP at the moment.. and I'm not entirely sure which approach for returning results is best. The Client Consuming the Services will generally be ...
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What is the future for ASP.NET Membership Providers? [closed]

While working on a new project with MVC3, a DI framework (Ninject), and unit tests (NUnit) paired with mocks (Moq), I found setting up the Membership Provider felt a bit "awkward". I've run into tasks ...
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What are some useful things you can do with Mvc Modelbinders?

It occurs to me that the ModelBinder mechanism in ASP MVC public interface IModelBinder { object BindModel(System.Web.Mvc.ControllerContext controllerContext, System.Web.Mvc.ModelBindingContext ...
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Can you/should you develop components for ASP.NET MVC?

Following from the previous question I've started to wonder - is it possible to implement "Components" in ASP.NET MVC (latest version)? And should you? Let's clarify what I mean with a "component". ...
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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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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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Choosing between the view and the controller for my code

I'm aware there are a lot of topics about MVC design but it's hard to find good explanations: what I should do, what are the consequences of the different possibilities... So I'm working on an ASP ...
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ASP.NET MVC SoC when dealing with back end objects (design decision)

I had a discussion with some peers and even some technical leads in the team around this and Im all for the purist MVC approach. Especially when the project is in its infant stages (its easy to ...
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Is there a setting to enable anti forgery globally in ASP.NET MVC, and if not, why?

The tutorials I've read tell you to use [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] attributes and <%= Html.AntiForgeryToken() %> in your code. I was wondering why this isn't a built-in automatic setting or at ...
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How do I split out a service layer

I currently have four projects in my website's solution: Project.Data This holds the EntityFramework DbContext object and also the Repositories that interact with it. It references Project.Models. ...
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Flash messages in ASP.NET MVC without sessions

I'm developing a web application for Windows Azure using ASP.NET MVC 4. I would like to enforce one restriction in the architecture: do not use Session. To achieve availability on Azure, and since ...
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ASP.NET MVC WebService - Security for Industrial Android Clients [closed]

I'm trying to design a system that will allow a bunch of Android devices to securely log into an ASP.NET MVC REST Web service. At present neither side are implemented. However there is an ASP.NET ...
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How to tell SignalR Notifications Hub that there is a new notification without having SignalR poll on that table

I'm developing a push-notifications system for my ASP.NET MVC app. The idea is to use Redis for queueing, ServiceStack for queue processing and SignalR for push-notifications to implement a system ...
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Authorization and Authentication using multiple types of authentication in MVC

Currently I am managing a team where we're building a new SaaS application. The way it is currently structured is that we have a solution that has our business logic and data, and a solution that ...
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Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project

I am about to start a new ASP.NET MVC5 project and I am planning the authentication / authorization requirements at present. The client wants Windows authentication, to prevent their users having to ...
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How does user confirmation box work?

How does the client know to send request to server only when the confirmation box result is ok and stay on page if cancelled? Also, is this mechanism any different in ASP.Net and ASP.Net MVC? I want ...
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Validation and Authorisation in Domain Models and Carrying that through a Service Layer to MVC

With the current project I'm working on there's an architecture question being asked which feels like it might just be asking too much. System Basics: HTML/JS MVVM Asp.net MVC Web Services EF SQL ...
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How to use Git with ASP MVC Code-First Entity Framework [closed]

TLDR: What is an effective way to use Git to handle ASP MVC code-first EF? Which files need to be included for NuGet? Which files should be left out? We have an ASP MVC code-first Entity Framework ...
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Reusing values for segment variables when generating outbound URLs

When routes are matched to the outbound URLs, the routing system will try to find values for each of the segment variables in route's URL pattern by also looking at the values from the current ...
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Implement service layer in MVC

We have a defined service layer hosted in WCF. We are now building a website that will need to use the services functionality. The website is being written in ASP.NET MVC 4 and I'm trying to decide ...
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Organising models in ASP.NET MVC

I'm building websites in ASP.NET MVC and I quickly figured out that my models are getting harder to organise as they grow. What I normally do is create one model to add and edit data. But in my add ...
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How to learn ASP.NET MVC without learning ASP.NET Web forms [closed]

First of all, I am not a web developer but I can say that I understand in general the difference between PHP, ASP.NET, etc. I have played a little with ASP.NET and C# as well, however, I didn't ...
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For asp.net mvc is this a three tiered solution?

I am a asp.net mvc programmer and if I want to start a project I do this: I make a class library named Model for my models. I make a class library named Infrastructure.Repository for database ...
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Which asp.net technology fits this situation best?

I think I can count WebAPI out, but WebForms, WebPages, and MVC are all possibilities. I want to create an asp.net web site that is primarily static content and links to other sites. The only ...
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Is sending data to a server via a script tag an outdated paradigm?

I inherited some old javascript code for a website tracker that submits data to the server using a script url: var src = "http://domain.zzz/log/method?value1=x&value2=x" var e = ...
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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 to connect mvc application using entityframework or ado.net?

I am an ASP.NET developer. I want to learn ASP.NET MVC. In fact I am learning it. But Now I am confused at a point. How can I connect my database to my application. Using entity framework or linq or ...
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Migrating old Asp.net 1.1 project to mvc 3 or 4

we have to migrate a very old project that are having more than 500 web forms and 400 tables and it is hugely depends on stored procedures, the current specification is: Asp.Net : .NET version 1.1 ...
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Is it worth to move from ASP webforms to ASP MVC? [closed]

I have one year experience on ASP.net webforms and now I decided to move to another company where ASP MVC is the architecture. I decided because I always felt its not the real way to develop apps ...
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Database Driven Web Application, C# Front-End and F# Back-End meaning

Hi I am an intern working with ASP.NET. My current task is to make a website which will incorporate some jquery viewing features. This project seems to me will be primarily dealing with reading data ...
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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 ...