Auto-populating ASP.NET MVC “controls” after a post

I’m not sure if what I’m doing is actually the right way to create a “user control” in ASP.NET MVC, but it’s worth sharing this tidbit either way. Instead of using a MVC View User Control to create a hidden field, a text box, two anchors, and three JavaScript functions, …

Exposing existing WCF services to ASP.NET AJAX clients

WCF never ceases to amaze me. Around every corner is another fascinating use for WCF, and much forethought on Microsoft’s part to make it look and behave great. I wanted to expose my services to my AJAX functions on my web site. I did not want to change my class …

Building upon the ASP.NET Personal Web Site Starter Kit

The starter kit already allowed individual file upload, and batch upload from a directory which requires files to be moved to Upload directory by FTP.  The starter kit also stores the images in the database. While I prefer this method for most files, I don’t prefer it for images. I changed …

Javascript RPC

Dmitri Khanine and Phil Carrillo author this fine article on Javascript RPC. Finally, an article that mentions separation of business and presentation logic, and implementing MVC in ASP.NET. We need more patterns and practices discussions, and a lot less “look what I can do” articles. MSDN Article: Life without Refresh