When I decided to write down a little class to manage a menu, I created a simple object that reads the menu data in xml, and transform it into a series of MenuItem object. The first thing I wanted to do is writing some test to verify that the logic is ok, but since my […]

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jQuery has really a lot of interesting plugins, but the one I like most is a template engine called jtemplates. Basically it consist of a jQuery extension that is capable of rendering html with javascript on client machine. You really have a lot of flexibility on how to specify a template, basically you can embed […]

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I have a little site with mixed webform and mvc pages, and I need a simple way to create a main menu. Since asp.net mvc have the concept of controllers and action I like to express my menu with a simple xml file like this. <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″ ?> <menu> <submenu text=”administration”> <url url=”/Login.aspx” text=”Login […]

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I’m moving my first steps on asp.net mvc, and in my test project I added a route after the default one in this way. RouteTable.Routes.MapRoute( “Default”, “{controller}/{action}/{id}”, new { controller = “Home”, action = “Index”, id = “” } ); RouteTable.Routes.MapRoute( “PagedController”, “{controller}/{action}/{pageid}/{id}”, new { controller = “Home”, action = “Index”, pageid = 0, id […]

Continue reading about Choosing the ritgh route when you generate link in asp.net mvc.

First of all thanks to Andrea Balducci that gave me this solution. I have a asp.net application where I enabled Asp.Net mvc following a link in the web. Everything works well until I try to use Strongly Typed View. When I try to have a page that inherits from ViewPage<T> where T is one of […]

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