Posts Tagged ‘MVC’

A Type-Safe Cache with Delegates for ASP.NET (also MVC)

Caching is great. It’s what allows all of our favorite websites to run lightning-fast. ASP.NET has a robust caching system built in which can hold value types or serializable reference types. It can also perform caching of output from an ActionResult or PartialViewResult rendered from a controller action method. However, the existing ASP.NET caching has […]

Posted in ASP.NET MVC on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012. No comments yet

Fixing Authorize.NET’s FormBuilders for ASP.NET MVC

Recently, I was working on a client site and had to implement payment using Authorize.NET. Compared to some other service providers, their documentation and sample code is fairly good. However, when I tried to use their @using (new SIMForm(…)) {} construct, I kept getting forms that looked like crap. It turns out that that class […]

Posted in ASP.NET MVC on Monday, January 30th, 2012. No comments yet
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Adding HTML Helper Extensions in ASP.NET MVC

I’ve been working in ASP.NET MVC as much as possible lately, because it’s so much more enjoyable than working in WebForms. There is still some debate about its usefulness for some applications, but that is a whole separate topic. One of the things I’ve done is create some HTML helper functions. They are really useful […]

Posted in ASP.NET MVC on Thursday, February 10th, 2011. No comments yet