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

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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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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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Partial Model Updates From View

I hope this is on-topic here since I'm a bit new to the whiteboard... I'm currently developing an application using ASP.NET MVC 5 (and WebAPI 2). One of my domain entities is huge, and is stored in ...
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Separation of concerns between repository and service in DDD with complex entities

This probably seems as an example of opinion-based question, but I'm actually looking for rationale on how to decide correctly, I believe there is a correct solution that can be backed by solid ...
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How do I cache data that rarely changes?

In my ASP.NET application there is some data that doesn't change often and so there is no point in querying the database to re-check it every time. In my current situation I am checking user ...
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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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Wrapping REST based Web Service

I am designing a system that will be running online under Microsoft Windows Azure. One component is a REST based web service which will really be a wrapper (using proxy pattern) which calls the REST ...
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Where does apply authorization rules for my layered application?

This question is about applying rules of my application that confuse me. My controller is using service and the service is using repository. public class CommentController: ApiController{ [...
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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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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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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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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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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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How to completely avoid business logic in DAL?

In our ASP.NET MVC application, we try really hard to separate concerns to each layer (we use DDD). Nevertheless, it seems that we can't avoid having at least some business logic in DAL. For instance,...
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Is ASP.NET MVC too much overhead for smaller projects? [closed]

I will be honest I don't really know much about MVC other than the stuff you can read online in 5 minutes. Unfortunately this doesn't really tell me whether its suited to smaller projects or not. I ...
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DTOs matter on ASP.NET MVC JSON Action?

I recently came across an internal project where they were using DTOs throughout the solution, and when I sat down to implement a new MVC controller with a JSON REST endpoint I decided to use an ...
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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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Where does Web Reference go in 3-layer app

I have a 3 layered application. Presentation Layer (PL): ASP.NET MVC app Business Logic Layer (BLL) project Data Access Layer (DAL) project I need to add a Web Reference to a service for a ...
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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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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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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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Generic Repositories with DI & Data Intensive Controllers

Usually, I consider a large number of parameters as an alarm bell that there may be a design problem somewhere. I am using a Generic Repository for an ASP.NET application and have a Controller with a ...
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Wrapping constructor arguments

Given a base class with around 25 or so subclasses, I have found that adding an argument to the base constructor is painful. protected AbstractController(Service1 s1, Service2 s2, Service3 s3){ ... } ...
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What is the value of OOP in ASP.NET MVC?

As a C++ developer from the 90s during the great OOP wars, I put high value to OOP as a basis for hiring new C# developers into the company. However, there are plenty of frameworks today like ASP.NET ...
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What's missing in ASP.NET MVC?

I think that most people would agree that ASP.NET MVC is one of the better technologies Microsoft has given us. It gives full control over the rendered HTML, provides separation of concerns and suites ...
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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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What are my options for exposing customization settings to the admin user?

I'm writing a blog system as a learning exercise and I would like to allow the admin (or blog owner) to select/change some custom options based on features that I choose to expose to them such as: ...
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Where is the entry point for ASP.NET MVC's HttpContext?

I've got some custom FormsAuthentication with a custom AuthorizeAttribute where I'm maintaining the cookie manually, but I'm doing it within the filter's context. What I want to do is move this to ...
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Third Party web controls and tight coupling

Disclaimer: I am not against third-party controls because I believe it's for productivity I have used Telerik asp.net controls, especially the RadGrid because it makes it easier to do CRUD. They ...
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As a .NET WPF developer what are key differences I should be aware of when working with ASP.NET MVC? [closed]

I'm a fairly experienced desktop .NET developer with a solid feel for MVVM and WPF, and I've worked with JavaScript, jQuery and HTML/CSS in the past - though I'm pretty dated and haven't had a ton of ...
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Is passing the Model around in this way considered bad practice?

If I have a view called, for example, ViewDetails that displays user information in labels and has a Model called ViewDetailsModel and if I want to allow the user to click a button to edit some of ...
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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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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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Dynamic Permissions for roles in ASP.NET MVC

We have been developing a web application in ASP.NET MVC. We have scenarios where many actions on web page are dependent upon role of a specific user. For example a memo page has actions of edit, ...
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Is it good practise to access methods of one controller from another in MVC?

I have some methods defined in a controller which most of them returns JsonResult, and some returns PartialViews. So I have two questions, 1) Is it a good practice to access those methods that ...
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How to refactor services into API, repository and caching (.NET)?

I am working on a .NET project with, which started out as a prototype that now has to scale. We have the ASP.NET MVC stack with Entity Framework (code first). I would like to hear how to scale this ...
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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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Proper use of model in asp mvc

What is a proper use of model in asp mvc? Should a model contain only data that will be accessed inside a form, or it is also a good idea to put data that are static and would be used in a view, but ...
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Repository pattern without entity framework?

Is it possible to implement the Repository pattern without using entity framework? I am working on a small dev team of 3 on a small scale (for now) ASP.NET MVC solution. I told my manager that I ...
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Strongly typed views, ViewModel and MVC

I'm learning MVC and the book I'm using favors strongly-typed views. Some of these concepts are new to me and I'm trying to better understand the design philosophy. Strongly typed views typically ...
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Implementing “Trending Items” using linear regression in SQL Server

I'm building an MVC .NET website where people can rate and review movies (similar to IMDb). I'm using SQL Server for the back-end. I'll be implementing a feature where the homepage displays trending ...
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Using json as database with EF, how can I link EF and the json file during DbContext initialization?

For a personal testing-project I am considering to create a SPA with the following technologies: ASP.NET MVC + EF + WebAPI + AngularJS. The project will make use of small amount of data, so I was ...
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Would this be a correct way to use the Repository pattern in ASP .NET MVC application implementing Entity Framework?

This ASP .NET MVC application implements Entity Framework. I've declared the repositories in the DbContext like this: public class CompanyDbContext : DbContext { // constructor goes here ...
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Querystring Advanced Search where there are about 20 search fields

I am creating an advanced search page where there are about 20 search fields for a user to filter their search. My question deals with the query string, Is it standard web development practice to have ...
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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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Different Project Type in a Single Website

I have developed a website in asp.net and I have some additional tasks, improvements to develop. In order to get experience in asp.net/mvc, I want to create an admin panel using asp.net mvc. Is this ...
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Modular enterprise architecture using MVC and Orchard CMS

I'm making a large scale MVC application using Orchard. And I'm going to be separating my logic into modules. I'm also trying to heavily decouple the application for maximum extensibility and ...
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ASP.Net MVC 3: multiple versions of the site without changing of URL, is it possible?

Our website is written in ASP.NET MVC 3 and we want to change a feature in the core functionality of the site. The problem is not every client can be moved to this new version/format (because of ...
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Is this the correct way to implement .NET MVC website structure?

I have recently seen a .NET MVC solution in which the markup in the .aspx views which appear to have a Controller as their model i.e the controller seems to be providing the data for the view, and the ...
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Where to put User Interface/Domain Model manipulation logic (transferring data from the view to Domain Model)

We are starting on a greenfield project in ASP.NET MVC. I've used the MVC pattern in other stacks (PHP and Ruby) and I keep running into the same problems of where to place business logic, UI logic, ...