Mar 12

MVC 2 is officially released, there are so many excellent features,  but the best feature for me is the strongly typed Html helpers. I’ve been playing around with this feature and will share some of my experiences with you.

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Feb 06

Generally bug fixes and performance enhancements.

One cool addition for me, is the HTML input helpers supporting array/collection indexes, for example: Html.EditorFor(foo=>[i]) . I was working around this limitation using Html.EditorFor((foo)=>[i], “Bar”) i.e. passing a function expression, but this means you have to pass a template name (to get the correct HtmlFieldPrefix), this addition means cleaner code and no hard references to templates, thanks MVC team.

Another notable change is Query 1.4.1, is now included by default with ASP.NET MVC 2 projects.

More info @ScottGu’s blog:

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Nov 17

I recently downloaded ASP.NET MVC 2.0 Preview 2 and was surprised to see, that the NUnit test templates haven’t made it into the build. Again we are stuck with MSUnit being the only template available.


Fear not help is at hand Joe Cartano posted an excellent solution for MVC 1.0.  I have made a minor one line tweak (in NUnit.reg) to his solution, so that it works with MVC 2.0.  After reading some of the comments on the Visual Web Developer Team Blog, it was apparent that some people are having issues installing the templates, here is a very quick guide: Continue reading »

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