• Developer Central Web .NET

    Why You Should Use View Components, not Partial Views, in ASP.NET Core

    Why You Should Use View Components Not Partial Views in ASPNET Core_270x123
    Learn why you should use View Components - and not Partial Views - in your ASP.NET Core projects with this hands-on example.
    August 27, 2018
  • .NET Desktop Web

    Migrating to ASP.NET Core Tag Helpers

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    An article that introduces the concept of Tag Helpers in ASP.NET Core and how to use them effectively when migrating an ASP.NET project.
  • Testing

    30 Days of TDD – Day 30 – Conclusion

    I hope you’ve enjoyed this series and have found the information in it helpful in your development as a practitioner of Test Driven Development. This series may be over, but that doesn’t mean this is the last post about TDD that you’ll see on this blog. As time goes by I’ll be publishing posts to help bolster your TDD knowledge and keep your practice of TDD going.
    December 13, 2013
  • .NET JavaScript

    Razor and CSS in JustCode

    The first service pack for Telerik JustCode Q2 2011 was recently released, but the development team is forging ahead with even more new features to make your life easier. New internal builds brings Razor and CSS support, which is welcome news for web developers using JustCode. Razor If you have developed applications in ASP.NET MVC 3, you are familiar with the new Razor view engine. It brings code closer to markup, and it’s fitting that its files use the extensions cshtml and vbhtml. The JustCode features you are familiar with now work on the C#, VB, JavaScript, and Html code inside Razor files. This includes...
    October 28, 2011
  • .NET

    Visual Studio Extensions MVC3 support – part 2

    In the previous post we discussed how you could quickly create a new Visual Studio project, configured to use the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC targeting ASP.NET MVC 3. In this one, we are going to talk about how our Visual Studio Extensions have improved in regards to ASP.NET MVC 3 and the Razor view engine.   A significant amount of the settings the Project Configuration Wizard manages are applied to your master page. In cases where an appropriate master page has not been found, you will be prompted to create a new one:     If your project targets ASP.NET MVC 3, you will be offered an...
    January 21, 2011