Dino Esposito has authored more than 20 books and 1,000 articles in his 25-year career. Author of “The Sabbatical Break,” a theatrical-style show, Esposito is busy writing software for a greener world as the digital strategist at BaxEnergy. Follow him on Twitter: @despos.
Classes should have dependencies only on abstract, rather then concrete, classes. To get around this, you can choose between Service Locator and Dependency Injection techniques. ASP.NET MVC uses 'Dependency Resolvers' which are Service Locators. When designing ASP.NET MVC applications it is open to you to decide whether to resolve or inject, so what are the pros and cons? Dino explains.… Read more
When you start an ASP.NET MVC project, you choose one of a number of project templates or starter kits. The ones that Visual Studio provide are very useful, but you can create your own if you want, and Dino finds that the generic one that he presents in this article works well to rapidly create MVC applications.… Read more
The neat separation between processing and rendering in ASP.NET MVC guarantees you an application design that is inherently teastable. It doesn't guarantee that your application will be well-designed and quick to test. For that, attention to use-cases and the structure of your code is essential.… Read more
The Model-View-Controller pattern of the ASP.NET MVC allows the separation of the business logic from the input and presentation logic. Although it permits the independent development, testing and maintenance of each component, it doesn't guarantee clean code. Dino Esposito offers a modified approach in which an Orchestrator component helps to keep your controllers small, clean and manageable.… Read more
The Action Result in ASP.NET MVC provides a simple and versatile means of returning different types of response to the browser. Want to serve a PDF file with dynamically-generated content? Do an SEO-friendly permanent redirect? Dino shows you how simple this can be using a tailor-made ActionResult class… Read more