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Toronto Code Camp 2010 Resources – Building Apps with ASP.NET MVC

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Thanks to all of you who came out to the Code Camp and kudos to the Chris Dufour and the volunteers for running a great event. Building Applications with ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET MVC represents an alternative framework for developing web applications on top of the ASP.NET runtime. It provides strong support for testing, extensibility and… Continue reading Toronto Code Camp 2010 Resources – Building Apps with ASP.NET MVC

DevTeach 2010 – Lap Around ASP.NET 4 Session Materials

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Abstract: There are a significant number of changes for web developers in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4. Visual Studio offers new project templates, markup snippets and integrated web deployment features. WebForms adds routing, greater control of client identifiers, and easy integration between the data controls and dynamic data. ASP.NET AJAX gets a new name… Continue reading DevTeach 2010 – Lap Around ASP.NET 4 Session Materials