Monday, September 29, 2008

ASP.NET MVC Important Links

ASP.NET MVC Tutorials by ScottGu

Releases

The ASP.NET MVC Toolkit is currently provided as part of the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview: http://www.asp.net/downloads/3.5-extensions/

5 March 2008, at Mix08, CTP #2 was released:

The readme includes details of the extensive API changes and how to update existing (CTP #1) projects.

May 27, 2008: CTP3 is released

Applications

Advanced concepts / blog posts

The following is a list of blog posts on advanced topics.

Alternative view engines

Saturday, September 27, 2008

ASP.NET MVC - Presentation in Bangalore 26-Sept-2008

Below are slides + demos of the presentation I've given on 26-Sept-2008. Feel free to re-use and take advantage of them however you want.

Download the Demo Project from

http://weblogs.asp.net/blogs/brijmohan/DemoPresentation/PhoneBook.zip

Download the Presentation from

http://weblogs.asp.net/blogs/brijmohan/DemoPresentation/A%20Brief%20overview%20of%20ASP.NET%20MVC.zip

Thanks

Brij Mohan

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Troubleshooting Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 On Windows Vista

With the introduction of IIS 7.0 in windows vista number of people have been reporting problems when trying to debug their ASP.NET applications on Windows Vista with Visual Studio 2005 F5 debugging support.  There are a handful of posts about trying to get this to work in various ways.

I also faced similar issues. As there are already some good articles floating on net, so instead of reinventing the wheel, I am giving below the links to those articles here. This post I am publishing for my reference only, but if you found this article then I hope this will provide you too with one stop solution to most of the issues. And if you have any good articles then please post as comment.

Fix problems with Visual Studio F5 debugging of ASP.NET applications on IIS7 Vista

Explore The Web Server For Windows Vista And Beyond

Using Visual Studio 2008 with IIS 7.0

Tip/Trick: Using IIS7 on Vista with VS 2005

For me just the first link was more then enough, but for your knowledge I think every link has got some unique combination of knowledge which may help you, and save you time googling with flooded search result.

Cheers

~Brij