Mvc concepts

I’m reaching the end of my first professional (== I got paid) MVC application.

I learned a lot. This is an attempted visualization of most of the topics that I learned.   You may need to click in to see the details.

In addition, as I found good sources of information on the ‘nets, I included links in my source code in comments.  Here is a compilation of those nuggets of goodness. If your post is mentioned on this list — thank you.

Link Goodness Embedding meta-data about things in enumerations (NHibernate) Integration test to validate mapping completeness (NHibernate) Caching configurations (gain: 1 second, not worth it, dropped) Having multiple types with shared logic was a wonderful spot for co-variance, but after about an hour, it was time to move on I had to drop down to a TextBox with an @class setting, and thus I couldn’t use TextBoxFor, so this came in very useful Used by a coworker somewhere in the guts of an automatic model-to-.Where()-clause LINQ query extension Made it oh-so-easy for me to save and upload intermediate files from this file processing system Before we got the Grid getting only 1 page at a time, we were getting everything – thus needing this Autofac was just amazing. It made sense to me! Its what I would have done if i was writing an IoC container… Using ASp.Net MVC4 with NHiberate and AutoFac .. pointing me in the right direction  <span/> to <span></span> did the trick, then I could .text() it An annoying bug that sent me searching for at least 15 minutes When the views became too large, I could refactor|extract view The target server to install on did not have MVC3; so I had to include it in the XCOPY deploy

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