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revised How do I create a balance amongst all web browsers when developing a web page?
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9
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Mar
28
revised How to apply IoC (or something similar) to a constant?
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Mar
28
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Mar
3
answered Push response to the user for which the request is created in Asp.Net (Chat Server)
Feb
24
comment It is bad practice to hard couple logging interface/implementation with business model classes?
@RobertHarvey if you want to use logging inside a method via AOP you're in for a bumpy ride. get it wrong and you have all the chances to bomb your application's performance. i was aware of this possibility at the time of the answer, i purposely omitted it for the reason stated above. i'm not saying AOP is not useful for other concerns, but for logging is a bit of an overkill IMHO.
Feb
24
comment Help With Dependency Injection
Easier unit testing is a DI "byproduct", not the main benefit of DI. Loose coupling is the main benefit of DI.
Feb
22
answered Would this be a correct way to use the Repository pattern in ASP .NET MVC application implementing Entity Framework?
Feb
21
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21
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Feb
19
comment Handling login errors with User Class
I'd go with #2. You can always have a translation module that uses the messages as keys. #1 introduces another problem, what do you do with the switch that was introduced in the controller?
Feb
12
comment Limitations of using Hyper-V Virtual Machine as .NET Development enviroment
i'd rather wait half an hour to copy a 20 GB hyper-v drive than keeping development tools (which, on windows, can be quite a few) in sync on two devices.
Feb
11
comment It is bad practice to hard couple logging interface/implementation with business model classes?
@ChristianSauer even if it's trivial it doesn't mean that it should be approached with a simple search & replace, it looks a bit unprofessional.
Feb
11
revised It is bad practice to hard couple logging interface/implementation with business model classes?
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11
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Feb
11
answered It is bad practice to hard couple logging interface/implementation with business model classes?
Feb
6
comment Parsing Razor-style Templates
have you looked into asp.net mvc source code to see how they do it?
Feb
4
comment HMVC and Database Connections
Think of MVC as a layered cake: views are the topmost layer, then comes controller, model and data access (dbConn). Each layer depends on the layers under it (preferably on the layer directly under it), never on those above it. With this in mind, only the model is supposed to know about dbConn and the query that needs to be run through it. dbConn does not need its own controller since it would make no sense. in other words: yes, the model creates the query and uses dbConn to pass it to the database.
Feb
4
answered HMVC and Database Connections
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