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Password Html. Lab2 was wrong. Create project and set view data Step 2: Model Binder also considers the datatype of a property while updating model. It will be available until current session ends.
Not that it's important given the context How can i get the lastest code of the website NerdDinner.
Thanks, cttoy hotmail. Semantic, SEO, clean. My minor comments are: Thank you very much Scott. Very nice work and it is much appreciated! Looking forward to read the book. Thank you very much for that book. It's fantastic that you give it away for free. Haven't had time to look at it in details but i already appreciate the "philosophy" of sharing it with the community!!! Thanks a lot! Thanks Scott, nice of you to make your chapter available free and before even the book is published.
Hi Scott! Thanks for the eBook Tutorial. I've not read it yet but I just want to say a big thank for what you are doing for the community. Keep it up! Great Work, how do you have time to do your "Exec" duties? NET informed us last October that Entity framework is the tool of choice. This leaves me a bit confused as to why the "Chief Evangelist" is still using technology MS states we should move away from.
Its a WOnderfull Book. Thanks Giving freely Regards MohanRao. You are truly the King of Nerds: Thank you, Scott. As always, I'm impressed with your drive and efforts to get knowledge into our hands. Why on book title page, everyone is showing teeth: D seems doing ad of some tooth paste or tooth brush or may be: D Anyhow jokes apart Thanks for such a great stuff man God bless you. This is awesome, Scott. Can't wait for MVC to go release. My Group site needs serious design help - this came out just in time.
I never understand the need for putting pictures of authors on the books, specially when it gets crowded. Hi Scott, Many thanks for the tutorial. But I get an error when I try to open it corrupted file, can't be repared. I tried to download it several times, but always the same error.
Thanks, Bernard available on RD alias, too: I don't normally get on board with new tech because it tends to blow around like the wind and be gone but this one makes sense. I have been working with MVC for the past three months and I'm liking it. Thanks to you and the other guys for filling in the gaps. Scott, Thank you very much for this end-to-end example, it has given me a few things to think about in my own MVC spike projects.
I do have one question regarding the ModelState error messages. In your example you have the following code snippent in the controller. AddModelError issue. PropertyName, issue. SetModelValue method as well for each. It was not required in previous versions, but I've read a few articles about the differnce and why it's now required.
I expected to see your code look like this: ErrorMessage ; ModelState. SetModelValue issue. PropertyName, ValueProvider issue. Phil, I believe SetModelValue has to do with databinding and in your case re-displaying the form values back on the form along with the errors. You don't need to call SetModelValue to display the errors on the form as the call to AddModelError will do that for you. In the eBook you will see that the dinner is passed as the Model to the View as: TextBox "Title", Model.
Title which is doing the databinding. Hence, no need for SetModelValue. There is no need for SetModelValue if you stick with the standard actions, forms, and defaultmodelbinder as presented in the eBook. Hope this helps, Dave.
I need this eBook Tutorial, it may help me as i'm junior web developer. I've run into 2 problems on page Am I using an old version of MVC or something? Dave Thank you very much for the reply. The view I'm returning the data to is not strongly typed as it contains a mixed bag of information. So, while I am using the HTML helpers for the validation summary and text boxes, the lack of a specific "type" of page to bind to makes sense as to why it didn't work for me.
I feel better now. FindUpcomingDinners method. My question is who is taking care of the DB connection in this case? So, I'm just wondering in the code presented in this section, is the DB connection released automatically for me after Index method in the Controller by the DataContext? Since there is no using or close written out explicitly, I'd like to know when and how the DB connection is managed for me?
Thanks a lot guys!! How can i contact its team? What a valuable resource. Thank you so much for putting the time in to release something as detailed and comprehensive as this. Hi Scott, quick question. Why was the "yield return" feature of C used for the GetRuleViolations method? Is there a particular reason this was chosen? Thanks, John. I am curious to find out why the book is being published by Wrox and not Microsoft Press; especially since I would imagine that Microsoft would want to promote ASP.
Anyway, Thanks for giving this chapter out for Free. I look forward to the books release. It seems an assumption was made that only C developers will buy this book which seems like a safe assumption, but then, as a chief evangelist for VB and C , where is the VB version?
Is this book written for C developers only? Great tutorial for C shapers, but not much for VB coders not interested in learning C. Read through all pages of the ebook tonight, excellent work! I found a few minor issues while going through it: Scott, Will the final book be sold as an eBook as well as a dead-tree edition? I switched to all ebooks for their advantage and haven't turned back. I'll buy a copy right now if I can get it in an eBook form.
Can wait to see more post from you I downloaded the source code and ran it but that only runs the tests. How do I see the website like the screenshots you have shown? Hello Scott, I would like to ask a question regarding the DinnerRepository class.
I like the fact that methods are separated from the rest of the Diner class' properties. Would that not be a problem if there were objects to persist to the database, i. Would it not be better to pass the DataContext object to the DinnerRepository class, and do so with all other entities, to make sure they all execute within the same transaction?
Thanks for the book. I've downloaded ASP. Scott, Will the final book sell as a PDF or only as a dead-tree edition? If I can buy it as a eBook, I'll purchase it right now.
I may not be able to describe you as you deserve , but I can say that you are really a kind and generous man I hope to see others dictate you in providing such Tutorial contributions for free. Thanks very much. Thanks for offering this! I'm currently using this for my graduation project at SyncForce. Very interesting stuff! I had the privilege of attending one of your Whidbey presentations at Milwaukee back in , and you were awesome: More articles and books, best future developers!
Awesome that you will be back in the land of the living! Looking forward to your posts and wish you much success with your book. Scott, I just skimmed through the free book chapter and it's very useful stuff! I came across one small issue: I just happened to implement paging for an app I'm working on, and so I read the part about paging support. I think there's a small bug in the code on page Skip page?? Take pageSize.
I think it's a unique 'chapter 1'. If you ask me, it's actually a Section 1. I am wondering if any of the other chapters discussed MVC localization So that is what you were working on at the Bellevue Starbucks so feverishly a couple of Saturdays ago Hi Scott, thanx a lot for the book, great tutorial.
Thanks for this fantastic chapter! Just seeing how the Repository pattern cleaned up the model layer was worth the whole chapter for me. A few comments: That pattern the one you coded as the "RuleViolation" class is generic and something everyone could use. We're all used to having our DB handle concurrency issues When i convert it to vb. Partial methods must have empty method bodies. What to do with that? Excellent material. Thanks Scott for the great eBook - I am just amazed at how MVC can help to build great application and your book helped to get it in just few hours.
It sets a trend on how to write books that can really help developers to understand the new technology quicker and get their hands dirty on the code. I am going to push MVC in my team and will look forward for the book release.
Hope every chapter in the book covers detail step to master most of the aspect of MVC. Great tutorial Like your coding Style Thanks Scott. One small typo: Great tutorial Scott!!!!
I have one question for you, any particular reason why the MapRoute is an extensionMethod and not a static method in RouteCollection class.. Just wondering what is the thought behind doing this If anyone can explain that will be good. Thanks, YP. Scott, am almost sure I've submitted this question before. I'd like to know if you can point us to anything definitive on MVC Localization seeing that your chapters does not touch on it. Or will it be in the second part of the book?
A great book. Thanks to Scott for providing the best material to start with on ASP. Looking forward to the release of the book.
Awesome chapter, you really cover a lot of ground and answered a lot of my wonderings about. Thanks for your generosity. There may be a bug on page Thanks for the book, I have a couple of questions though: How should we deal with concurrency? Your NerdDinner sample has a 'last wins' scenario.
Also, the whole GetDinner call before the SaveChanges completely defeats the purpose of having optimistic concurrency built into Linq2sql and EF. What is the lifespan of a controller like the DinnerController? Is it per session, per application, per request? Maybe I missed it reading the book, but I would like to know more about the inner workings in order to use the MVC framework correctly.
Hi Scott, Wooooooooooow! Hoping for more free EBooks from you Guys. Regards, Vikrant. Scott, I've been working through your tutorial and wanted to thank you for taking the time to write it with such great effort and detail. The few questions I've had along the way were mostly answered in context as I went along in the tutorial. It's terrific to see someone, who's progressed so well at Microsoft still have such a developer-oriented mind. That is a very generous offering, cheers Scott, I might have to organise a nerd dinner: Scott, Thanks for the tutorial and everything.
Will the free version of VS work? Thanks, Jonathan.
Can you please delete them or do something to prevent them? Thanks for your sharing of the e-book. Learned much about ASP. NET from your blog. Thanks Scott, this is very helpful. I noticed one strange thing routes. The parameters dictionary contains a null entry for parameter 'dinnerID' of non-nullable type 'System. To make a parameter optional its type should be either a reference type or a Nullable type.
Parameter name: Where's your post about asp. You manage to post to pre-release asp. I'm fed up with all this betashit It's like when the product finnaly releases it's yeasterday's news.
Hi Scott Gu, Great work again. So we will create a simple controller, record the current data in a view data variable, and then display the same in the view using the percentage tag: So the first step is to create a project and a controller. In the controller, set the viewdata variable as shown in the below code snippet and kick off the view.
The next thing is to display data in the view by using the percentage tag. One important point to note is, the view does not have a code-behind. So now that we know how to pass data using view data, the next lab is to create a simple model and see all the three MVC entities i. In this lab we will create a simple customer model, flourish it with some data, and display it in a view.
Below is a video demonstration: The first step is to create a simple customer model which is nothing but a class with three properties: Create a simple MVC project, right click on the model folder, and click on Add New Item, as shown in the below figure.
The next step is to add the controller and create a simple action display customer as shown in the below code snippet. Import the model namespace in the controller class. We need to now join the points of MVC by creating views. So right click on the view folder and click Add View. You should see a dropdown as shown in the below figure.
Give a view name, check Create a strongly typed view, and bind this view to the customer class using the dropdown as shown in the below figure. Below is the view code which displays the customer property value. We have also put an if condition which displays the customer as a privileged customer if above and a normal customer if below In this sample we flourished the customer object from within the controller.
In the next lab we will take data from an input view and display it.
In other words we will see how to create data entry screens for accepting data from views. Every project small or big needs data entry screens. In this lab we will create a simple customer data entry screen as shown in the below figure using an MVC template.
As soon as the end user enters details and submits data it redirects to a screen as shown below. If the entered amount is less than it displays normal customer, else it displays privileged customer. Here is a simple video demonstration for this lab: The first step is to create the data entry page using the simple HTML form action tag as shown in the below code snippet.
The most important point to note in the below code snippet is that the action is pointing to the controller action, i. So we need to get the data from the HTML controls, flourish the object, and send the object to the view. Below is the code snippet of DisplayCustomer which flourishes the customer object by collecting data from Request. Form and sends the object to the view DisplayCustomer. So right click on the view folder and click Add view. Give a view name, check Create a strongly typed view, and bind this view to the customer class using the dropdown, as shown in the below figure.
We have also put an if condition which displays the customer as a privileged customer if above and normal customer if below In this lab we created a simple data entry screen which helped us flourish the customer object.
This customer object was then passed to the view for display. If you closely watch the current lab we have done a lot of coding, i. It would be great if there was some kind of automation.
In the next lab we see how HTML helper classes help to minimize many of these manual coding and thus increase productivity. In our previous lab we created a simple customer data entry screen. We completed the lab successfully but with two big problems:.
Shown below is the code snippet for that:. To create a data entry screen like the one shown below, we need to the use the below code snippet.
The final thing is the controller code. The controller code now becomes very simple. The next lab will be a bit more advanced as compared to the first day. Below is the link for the second day: Click here for the day second MVC step by step.
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MVC 2 is quiet old and this article was written long years back. We would recommend you to start reading from our fresh Learn MVC 5 step by step series from here: Pre-requisite for MVC Lab 1: NET One options Step 3: Lab 2: Passing data between controllers and views Video demonstration for Lab 2 Step 1: Create project and set view data Step 2: Lab 3: Create a simple class file Step 2: Define the controller with action Step 3: Create strongly typed view using the class Step 4: Lab 4: Creating the controller Step 3: Create the view to display the customer object Step 4: Lab 5: Create the Customer class Step 2: Create a strongly typed view by using the customer class Step 4: So why MVC and why is better than Webforms?
So once you have all your pre-requisites it is time to start the first lab. Lab 1: So do the following: Model In this folder you will add model classes. Models are simple.
NET classes which provides data and probably also contain validations. So in this folder you will add Customer class, Supplier class etc. Controller In this folder you will add controller and controllers can have actions.
This guy is responsible for taking the request from the end user, invoking the appropriate actions, creating object of the model and then tieing up the view and model together to send the results as response.
So relax and do not think about this folder at this moment. Content This folder has CSS Cascading style sheet which gives a uniform look and feel for your project.
So this folder is created when you store data in files. Fonts In case you fonts which you are using in your web application you can put them here. Step 3: Right click on the "FirstMVC" folder and add a view. Shivprasad koirala. Architect https: Do not forget to watch my Learn step by step video series.
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