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

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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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What is “presentation logic” and how much is acceptable in views

In my web application I have to provide form for creating and editing. The forms for creating and editing have minor differences, so I am thinking about doing something like this in my view: ...
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ASP.NET how to handle external application settings

I'm converting an application from C# WebForms to MVC. The application gets settings from a centralized location using Web Services. These are settings you would typically find in a Web.Config, but ...
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Why might I switch from ASP MVC to Node/Express?

So I've been wanting to try Node and Express. Not to mention Jade and Stylus. Webstorm has in my opinion an amazing user experience and I want to use it and these technologies. Here is where I get ...
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How to identify hackers based on ip addresses and the pages that were accessed [migrated]

I saw some suspicious errors being generated on my site based on pages that were requested. My error is logging the path that the user is trying to access. Because of these errors (and the paths that ...
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Run WebAPI on Azures free web site

Just a quick question. I see that Azure have an offering where you can host 10 websites for free? Is it possible to use this to host some WebAPI projects instead of a conventional website? ...
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When to create a new MVC Controller for a model

The Project: I have several cases where I'm not sure whether or not I should be using a 'Separation of Concerns' approach or a simplistic one. They're all similar to the setup below. e.g. An Estimate ...
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block access to area/controller's methods but allow inherited controller to run methods, asp .net mvc5

I am trying to find out how to block a whole area/controller from being accessed by typing url website.com/area1/basecontroller/method1 (this area also contains the views that will be displayed) , ...
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How to model users accounts in ASP MVC Framework with Entity Framework using code-first approach?

How do you design your code-first approach in entity framework when your code should include user data (name, password...) without repeating/overwriting what the MVC framework will generate in terms ...
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When are request headers read by ASP.NET code

I've got an issue with my MVC 4 website where iOS Safari is automatically sending the DNT header with the first request to the site. Here's my question on StackOverflow. Even though the iPhone has the ...
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What are the tradeoffs for using 'partial view models'?

I've become aware of an itch due to some non-DRY code pertaining to view model classes in an (ASP.NET) MVC web application and I'm thinking of scratching my itch by organizing code in various 'partial ...
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Back button after doing posts on the same page

I have 3 pages to my site. The 1st page allows you to select a bunch of options. Those options get sent to the 2nd page to be displayed with some data about those options. From here I can click on a ...
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REST API design for associations/aggregation

I am building RESTful API that manages persons and lists. There can be many List and many Person each with its own set of properties. Person can be in zero or more lists, List can contain zero or more ...
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how to process document state transition?

Imagine there is an application (ASP.NET MVC) that processes some documents. The document must be revised several times by different group of users. state/role rules: simple user can only publish ...
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What .NET objects should I use to create a cookie based session in MVC?

I'm writing a custom password reset application that uses a validation technique that doesn't fit cleanly with ASP.NET Membership Provider's challenge questions. Namely I need to invoke a workflow ...
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Issues regarding new instances of controllers on view pages [closed]

Is there any issue with creating a new controller within the ascx view pages. I don't want to create a model, are there any issues with doing it this way. Normally, the controllers control variables ...
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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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How to manage security of these self hosted web apis, to ensure that the request coming for accessing data is authenticated?

Let's pretend I am going to work on an enterprise application. Say I have 11 modules in the application and I would have to develop Dashboards for every role in the organization for whom I are going ...
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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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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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Separating roles authorization and database

Something really bothers me about the way authorization tends to be done with roles in ASP.NET MVC. The way it is normally done is that you have a Users table and a Roles table. A User can have many ...
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Domain model for a notification system

I'm trying to build a modular notification service in a ASP.NET MVC web application. The application generates notifications and the service is responsible for delivering the notifications to the ...
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Why is there no WSDL type support for Web Api?

So I am just getting started with .Net WebApi and one thing that I am noticing straight away is that there is no Contract defining how the Api looks and should be consumed (Request/Responses from each ...
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Can a type provider mimic an anonymous class?

I'm working on building a website using the F# MVC 5 template, and I noticed that the template creator uses formally declared types for the route defaults. In VB.Net and C#, this is typically done ...
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How to validate information on server without using database or session

Each user has multiple sites they can access reporting data for in an application I am working on. To prevent having to go to the database on every single request, I validate that they have access to ...
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How do I ensure my site will be crawled when articles are generated by the database?

I wasn't sure how to ask the question. But basically, it's a textbook scenario. I'm working on a site that's article based, but the article information is stored in a database. Then the page is ...
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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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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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Hosting image oriented ASP.NET MVC site; how to keep things fast?

I have a site that heavily relies on high res images being uploaded and viewed constantly. Currently it's hosted internally which keeps everything fast. I now want to move the site externally, but I ...
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TryUpdateModel vs Parameter and ModelState.IsValid

As I was originally learning about MVC, the book I was using taught the following technique for Controller actions: public ActionResult MethodName(Model model) { if (ModelState.IsValid) { } ...
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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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Should arguments always be passed to an Action in a MVC controller

I have a number of controllers that take a 'site' as a parameter within their actions, like so: [AuthoriseSite] public ActionResult Index(string site) { var model = ...
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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 ...
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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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How to get around the Circular Reference issue with JSON and Entity

I have been experimenting with creating a website that leverages MVC with JSON for my presentation layer and Entity framework for data model/database. My Issue comes into play with serializing my ...
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Multitier architecture using API

I have been reading a number of posts and I am leaning towards building an SOA. My main dependencies are: Need to support multiple clients Need individual client environments to not effect other ...
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return nhibernate entity from web api?

Is it a good idea to return nHibernate Entity from WebApi? For simple entity I tried to use this but what about complex entities. How will lazy loading be handled in that case?
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asp.net mvc vs angular.js model binding

So I've noticed a trend lately of .net web developers using angular.js on the client side of applications and I've become more curious as I play around with angular and compare it to how I would do ...
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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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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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Server side C# MVC with AngularJS

I like using .NET MVC and have used it quite a bit in the past. I have also built SPA's using AngularJS with no page loads other than the initial one. I think I want to use a blend of the two in ...
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Are there any concerns with using a static read-only unit of work so that it behaves like a cache?

Related question: How do I cache data that rarely changes? I'm making an ASP.NET MVC4 application. On every request the security details about the user will need to be checked with the ...
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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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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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Web Services and Computer Services to access low level system functions

So I think I'm in the right place to ask this question. Its fairly conceptual. I love web development, I work in ASP.NET MVC 3/4/5 C# and have created industry standard applications such as CRM's and ...
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Javascript/ui framework to compliment WebAPI/TypeScript/ASP.NET MVC? [closed]

We're about to venture into building a brand new SAAS application that needs to have a great looking and sophisticated front end. The UI is meant to be single-page, built on top of Web API and using ...
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Deleting Old Nuget Package Folders after upgrading

Should you delete the old Nuget package files/folders under the packages directory after you upgrade a package? Maybe I'm just being overly picky, but seeing files/folder for older package versions ...
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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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Identity Design ASP.NET

I am trying to design a system with the below features, and am currently trying to figure out best way to handle Identity : There will be multiple decoupled parts of the system, with same customers ...
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ASP.NET MVC create a draft without persisting to DB

I have a requirement to allow users to suggest updates to their profiles on a site I'm working. They would be able to view their profile details, then click on and "edit" button, which would basically ...