Category Archive | ASP.NET

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Browsing Files With CKEditor and MVC3

Written By : Lam Chan

I decided to be adventurous and create my own blogging engine.  Yes, I could have gone with WordPress or BlogEngine.Net .  What I really wanted was to create a blog engine that suited my needs and blogging behaviors.  What I did not want was another framework that gave me 60% o [...]

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Uploading Files With CKEditor and MVC3

Written By : Lam Chan

This is my follow up post to adapting the CKEditor for use with ASP.Net MVC. Uploading an Image All of the logic for this is handled in the Controller.  Create an Action with a [HttpPost] attribute on it.  Make sure to not change any of the parameter names on the action bec [...]

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Building A Dapper Glimpse Plugin

Written By : Lam Chan

I've been using Dapper which is a micro-ORM used by StackOverflow and built by Sam Saffron.  I love the heck out of this tool because it gives me just what I need in order to get sql data into POCO entity classes without the complexities and headaches of having to understand a ton of [...]

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Generic Enumeration Class

Written By : Lam Chan

One of my key tools when starting a new project is leveraging Jimmy Bogard's enumeration class .  The reason is simple, it is just a hell lot better than the .Net enum struct allowing us to do reverse lookups with some added benefits of storing side values such as display names there b [...]

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Generating Links In MVC with Port Translation Backend

Written By : Lam Chan

I worked in network / server environment where the url requested was redressed by the time the web server received the payload at the network layer.  So here is an example, the user types in the user http://www.yourdomain.com/home/blog, by the time the payload reached the webserver, the net [...]

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Glimpse 1.7+ with Dapper Profiling

Written By : Lam Chan

I previously wrote an article on this when Dapper was in it's first year of development here .  After that project, I moved on to using MiniProfiler but now I'm back to using Glimpse since it has made much more headway with improvements.   To get started, Glimpse sti [...]

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