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Custom Blank ASP.NET MVC Project Template
I’ve heard people mention, a few times, how they would like for Microsoft to provide a blank template for ASP.NET MVC. The request seems strange because this is something that anyone can do themselves. This isn’t just creating an MVC project and deleting all the items, which I would agree is tedious. Rather, you can create a custom template of any type for reuse and sharing. This blog post shows how to create a custom project template, using the need for a blank MVC template as the use case. Creating ......

Posted On Sunday, December 18, 2011 9:42 PM

Displaying Search Results With LINQ to Twitter and ASP.NET MVC
Sometimes, the way that LINQ to Twitter materializes queries into entities isn’t immediately clear. It’s easy to get confused until you see the patterns or make a correlation between the Twitter API results and their representations as LINQ to Twitter entities. In this post, I’ll explain some of the logic behind the design of LINQ to Twitter entities and demonstrate an example of one of the more oddly designed entity types, Search. Note: They'll be talking about MVC3 during multiple sessions at Tech-Ed. ......

Posted On Thursday, April 28, 2011 8:27 AM

TechEd 2011
Now that Mix11 is over, Microsoft’s next big conference is Tech-Ed 2011, which happens May 16th through May 19th in Atlanta, GA. Each of Microsoft’s conferences have a theme; Mix is about the Web, PDC is about new and upcoming technologies, and there are many more. The focus of Tech-Ed is on current Microsoft technologies. In other words, you would go there to learn about the software that you can use today to get your work done. If you haven’t been there yet, Atlanta is a nice city and the surrounding ......

Posted On Saturday, April 16, 2011 2:31 PM

An MVC 3 Contact Form
Many sites have a contact form, instead of posting email addresses. Admittedly, email addresses are convenient for customers because they can use a mailto link that brings up their email client and allow them to start typing, archive the communication, and manage the thread. When I first started C# Station, that’s what I did; posted my email address for everyone. Holy cow, what a mistake. I received so much spam that my inbox was unusable. Fortunately, spam is more manageable these days, but it’s ......

Posted On Saturday, October 30, 2010 6:27 PM

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