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Asp net model view controller

ASP.NET Model View Controller

ASP.NET mvc INTRODUCTIONMAX WEBERSenior consultantTallan inc


About max

About Max

  • Senior Consultant at Tallan

  • Certifications

    • MCSD – .NET

    • MCTS – SharePoint Application Development

  • Member of the Enterprise .NET and SharePoint Initiatives at Tallan

  • [email protected]


About tallan

About Tallan

  • Founded in 1985 and Headquartered in Rocky Hill, CT

  • Offices in: California, NYC, Tampa, and Boston

  • Over 100 technology consultants with a wide range of expertise and knowledge

  • Emphasis on current technology trends and talent

  • Specialize in Custom Application Development, Business Intelligence, Portals, Content Management, and Custom Application Development


Agenda

Agenda

  • Why do developers care about this framework?

  • What is it? A view from an experienced ASP.net developer.

  • Release Status

  • How to get started? IDE, framework downloads, and extensions

  • Demo – Creating a working MVC application


Why the asp net mvc

Why the ASP.net MVC?

  • Clear Separation of Concerns

  • Testability

  • Clean URLs


Why the asp net mvc1

Why the ASP.net MVC?

  • Clear Separation of Concerns


Why the asp net mvc2

Why the ASP.net MVC?

  • Testability


Why the asp net mvc3

Why the ASP.net MVC?

  • Clean URLs

  • http://myapp/customers/brown/

  • Are M U C H better than…

  • http://myapp/customers.aspx?name=brown


What is the asp net mvc

What is the ASP.net MVC?

  • MVC Design Pattern

  • Model – maintain state

  • View – present the user interface

  • Controller – serves as the “glue” between Model and View.

  • REST – Representational State Transfer

  • No Post-Back Model


What is the asp net mvc1

What is the ASP.net MVC?


Release status

Release Status

  • 1st CTP Released Feb 29th 2008

  • 2nd CTP Released March 19th 2008

  • 3rd CTP Released May 27th 2008

  • 4th CTP Released July 16th 2008

  • 5th – Current CTP Release

  • ETA on Final Release Candidate - tbd


Getting started

Getting Started

  • Visual Studio 2008 Professional or higher

  • 3.5 .NET Framework

  • MVC Extensions


Demo time

Demo Time

  • Simple Store Application

    • View Products

    • Create New Products

    • Update MSRP

  • Audience Participation

    • Name your demo


Research

Research

  • Reference & Sites Researched

    • ASP.NET / MVC

    • Stephen Walther on ASP.NET MVC

    • Phil Haack's: MVC History Lesson

    • Scott Hanselman's Walkthrough Video

    • Scott Gu

    • MS Enterprise Patterns book


Asp net mvc introduction max weber senior consultant tallan inc

Q&A

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www.DotNetReflections.com


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