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Hope you enjoy it! Building beautiful websites with Bootstrap: A case study Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , Open Source , Screencasts , Visual Studio , web. Video.NET ASP.NET Open Source Screencasts Visual Studio web 'We just published my latest webcast. Feel free to watch it or download the demos and slides. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, November 14, 2013
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Do you want to learn how to build rich input forms and avoid security holes in your ASP.NET MVC applications? Just head over to Accepting user input in ASP.NET MVC and click preview: https://learninglineapp.com/courses/11/accepting-user-input-in-aspnet-mvc. Filed under: DevelopMentor Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , DevelopMentor , jQuery , MVC , Online courses , Online learning , Screencasts , tips , Visual Studio , web. DevelopMentor.NET ASP.NET jQuery MVC Online courses Online learning Screencasts tips Visual Studio webToday it gets even better. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, April 1, 2013
Announcing LearningLine: Instructor-led online training from DevelopMentor
Filed under: DevelopMentor Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , DevelopMentor , MSDN , Open Source , Screencasts , Speaking , tips , Tools , Visual Studio. DevelopMentor.NET ASP.NET MSDN Open Source Screencasts Speaking tips Tools Visual StudioI am very proud to announce an exciting new online learning platform from DevelopMentor : [link]. At DevelopMentor we have been thinking deeply about online training. We believe we have created just such an environment and I am thrilled to publicly announce it today. Here’s a short 3-minute video which will give you a quick overview. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, February 18, 2013
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- Screencast – Validating ASP.NET MVC Forms with DataAnnotations
Here’s a new screencast for you MVC guys and gals out there. Validating ASP.NET MVC Forms with DataAnnotations. In this short screencast, I will show you how to leverage ASP.NET MVC’s excellent model binding as well as the DataAnnotations attributes to easily add both server-side and client-side validation for MVC websites. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , MVC , Screencasts , Video , Visual Studio. Video.NET MVC Screencasts Visual Studio
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 11, 2013
- Screencast: Refactoring with Partial Views in MVC
In this screencast, I show you how to create maintainable and readable ASP.NET MVC razor views by refactoring them into smaller, reusable blocks with partial views. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , MVC , Screencasts , web. Video.NET ASP.NET MVC Screencasts webDownload the code: Refactoring-with-Partial-Views-in-MVC-Kennedy.zip.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, November 1, 2012
- Screencast: Strongly-Typed Views in ASP.NET MVC
In this screencast I discuss the how to create strongly-typed razor views in ASP.NET MVC. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , MVC , Screencasts , Video. Video.NET MVC ScreencastsWe look at how Models can be used to pass data (both simple and complex) from controller action methods down to razor views. We also look at the concept of ViewModels which hold aggregate data to pass to views. Finally, we cover some of the tooling for generating views in Visual Studio. Download the code: Kennedy.Mvc.StronglyTypedViews.zip.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, October 31, 2012
- Screencast: Building ASP.NET MVC Forms with Razor (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
[note: This screencast has been adapted from my earlier blog post.]. In this ASP.NET MVC Foundations screencast, we’re going to look at building an ASP.NET MVC page which allows users to create and edit objects in our domain. ASP.NET Foundations MVC Screencasts Visual Studio web2.0We’ll cover just the basics of using HTML helpers to map model properties to our HTML form and Model Binding to convert our HTML form back into our rich domain object. Be sure to watch in HD mode for a crisp screen. . All content copyright Michael C. Kennedy.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, January 23, 2012
- Nested Layouts in ASP.NET MVC
In this screencast, Michael Kennedy shows you how easy it is to create ASP.NET MVC layout pages based on existing layout pages. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , MVC , Screencasts , tips , Video. Video.NET ASP.NET MVC Screencasts tipsThis let’s you achieve a nested layout which you can compose to build beautiful websites in MVC with minimal code duplication or effort. You can download the code if you’re interested.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, November 30, 2012
- Screencast: ViewBag and View Data in ASP.NET MVC
In this screencast I discuss the ViewBag and ViewData properties in ASP.NET MVC. Filed under: Uncategorized , Video Tagged: NET , MVC , Screencasts , Video , Visual Studio. Uncategorized Video.NET MVC Screencasts Visual StudioWe look at how they can be used to pass data (both simple and complex) from controller action methods down to razor views. Download the code: Code-Kennedy.Mvc.ViewBagsAndViewData.zip.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, October 30, 2012
- Introduction to ASP.NET MVC Routes
Here’s another screencast, this time on MVC and routing. In this short screencast, I’ll show you everything you need to know to get started with ASP.NET MVC routing. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , MVC , Screencasts. Video.NET MVC ScreencastsYou’ll see how default routes in MVC map to controllers and actions. Next you’ll see how to map additional data from query-strings in addition to simple route data. Finally, we’ll create a custom route to pass additional data in a clean, URL based manor.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, December 3, 2012