ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Released!

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newdotnetlogo_2_thumb Today I’m happy to write that ASP.NET MVC 1.0 RTW (Release To Web) is now officially released.

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Learn About ASP.NET MVC Via NerdDinner

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I don’t know about you, but a great way to learn a new technology is to start using it. But to even start using it, it helps to be able to look at a real-world running application built on that technology. Combine that with source code and a walkthrough, and I think you have a winning combination.

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Hotfix for Installing ASP.NET MVC With Azure, Power Commands, or Resharper

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Yesterday, I wrote about troubleshooting Windows MSI Installers and talked about the pain we here feel when an installation fails. Turns out, it’s not always our fault. ;) It appears there’s a hotfix released for Visual Studio which addresses a problem with installing ASP.NET MVC when you have a third party add-in installed. I mentioned the three above because they are among the most commonly used add-ins which run into problems.

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Troubleshooting Windows MSI Installers

UPDATE: I updated this post slightly to address some good criticsm from Rob Mensching by removing the MsiZap section. Note that this post does not blame the Windows Installer for the few problems we have with ASP.NET MVC installations. The major culprit tends to be either devenv /setup or ngen.exe.

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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate 2

UPDATE: This post is outdated. ASP.NET MVC 1.0 has been released already!

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I'm Speaking At Mix 2009

MIX09_SpeakerBling_VegasStrip_136x186 I finally have my registration worked out and I’m officially going to Mix09 this year! Woohoo! Not only am I going, but I’ll be speaking at Mix for the first time, so be sure to come by and say hi.

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ALT.NET Seattle Day Two

Day two of ALT.NET is over and I’m already pooped (for you non-English speakers, that means tired, not something else that might come to mind).

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ALT.NET Seattle Day Three

The third and last day of ALT.NET Seattle was a short one for me. My poor extremely patient wife was not feeling well today so I had to leave right at lunch time. But before I left, I did manage to attend a great session by John Lam and Jimmy Schementi on “Adding Scripting Support to .NET Applications”. In fact, you can watch the session here via Kyte.tv.

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ALT.NET Seattle Day One

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IronRuby ASP.NET MVC With Filters

Last July, I blogged about an IronRuby ASP.NET MVC prototype Levi and I put together with John Lam and Jimmy Schementi of the DLR team. It was really rough around the edges (and still is!)

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The Functional Language Gateway Drug

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Alternate Title: Linq, it’s not just for SQL.

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Take Charge of Your Security

Today I read something where someone was comparing Web Forms to ASP.NET MVC and suggested that Web Forms does a lot more than ASP.NET MVC to protect your site from malicious attacks.

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T4 Templates in ASP.NET MVC

Here’s a little known fact about T4 Templates…well besides that they exist in the first place. Visual Studio 2005 had support for T3 templates. T4 is the natural successor to T3. T3 is also the abbreviation used when marketing the movie Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. I heard that the names are related, but I haven’t confirmed it beyond a doubt, which seems appropriate given the title of the movie. But you didn’t hear that from me, deal?

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Simple jQuery Delete Link For ASP.NET MVC

UPDATE: I have a followup to this post that works for down-level browsers.

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jQuery Delete Link With Downlevel Support

Earlier this morning, I posted on making a simple jQuery delete link which makes it easy to create a delete link that does a form post to a delete action. Commenters pointed out that my solution won’t work for down-level browsers such as some mobile phones, and they were right. I wasn’t really concerned about down-level browsers.

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ASP.NET MVC RC Refresh

Hello there. :)

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Controls Collection Cannot Be Modified Issue with ASP.NET MVC RC1

In my last post, I announced the happy news that the Release Candidate for ASP.NET MVC is available. In this post, I say mea culpa for a known bug within this release.

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ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate

At long last I am happy, relieved, excited to announce the release candidate for ASP.NET MVC. Feel free to go download it now. I’ll wait right here patiently.

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Routing for Web Forms in ASP.NET 4.0

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A while back on a lark, I posted a prototype demonstrating how one could use Routing within Web Forms. This is something you can do today with ASP.NET 3.5 SP1, because of the work we did to separate Routing from ASP.NET MVC. I would have liked to include Web Form Routing as part of the Routing feature when we were working on SP1, but we didn’t have the time to do so in a robust manner before SP1 was locked down.

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Named Formats Redux

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UPDATE: Be sure to read Peli’s post in which he explores all of these implementations using PEX. Apparently I have a lot more unit tests to write in order to define the expected behavior of the code.

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