Blog: August 2012
When it comes to brand new data applications, there are two broad ways to approach building the application: design the object model first and the database later, or build the database first and the object model later.
Object-relational mapping, in the purest sense, is a programming technique that supports the conversion of incompatible types in object-oriented programming languages, specifically between a data store and programming objects.
Experienced C# developers understand the importance of sharpening their skills and staying up-to-date on the latest developments in their field. This typically involves enrolling in periodic training workshops or taking additional courses.
Out of the four learning styles that we cover in our online training courses - visual, aural, read/write and kinesthetic - this blog will look at visual learning, or learning by seeing.
By Craig Jensen
It is plain common sense that a developer will succeed and advance in their career, and therefore benefit financially from their success, if they are known as an expert in the technology they work in.
Writing a ton of HTML code to support almost any kind of application, particularly one that maintains data, can be breathtakingly tedious.
ASP.NET has had robust output caching features since the very first version back near the beginning of the millennium.
At one extreme, many MVC views consists entirely of static content. But on the opposite end, you have the option to use a ContentResult object to entirely define the content of a Web page within an action method.
MVC has always included the same kind of request validation protection that is turned on by default, although you could turn it off by using the ValidateInput attribute with an argument of false.
The controller in an MVC application is the traffic cop that keeps everything working smoothly. A controller is responsible for responding to user input and managing the overall flow of the application.
The views in your ASP.NET MVC application are what a user sees. Views are the window into your application, and so is one of the most important parts of the application...along with all the rest of it!