T4MVC 2.6: MVC 2 Areas support

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC page on CodePlex One of MVC 2’s major new features is the support for breaking up a large application into “Areas”. This works by following a structure that looks like: Root folder Models Views Controllers Areas NerdDinner Models Views Controllers Blog Models Views Controllers So…

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T4MVC now has a real home and a dedicated forum!

Up until now, most things related to T4MVC were happening through my various blog posts about it.  And while that was sort of working ok for a while, it was also less than ideal for a couple reasons. First, there was no single place to go to in order to get information about it.  You’d…

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T4MVC 2.5.01: added support for Html.RenderAction and Html.Action

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC page on CodePlex MVC 2 Beta introduces two nice helpers called Html.RenderAction and Html.Action.  Phil Haack described them in detail on his blog, so you may want to read through that before reading this post. Basically, they’re two additional methods that follow the standard MVC pattern…

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T4MVC 2.5.00 update: multiple output files and minified javascript support

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC page on CodePlex T4MVC build 2.5.00 brings a couple of fun new features that I’ll describe in this post.  I can’t take too much credit for them as they came from users who suggested them to me, and helped out getting the code going. Support for…

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Peter Blum’s new blog and his cool new data source controls

Peter Blum has been well known is the ASP.NET world for many years for writing a whole suite of powerful controls, which you can read all about on his site.  One thing that was missing on Peter’s resume is that he never had a blog.  Well he started one earlier this month, and is making…

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