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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T4MVC 2.4.04 update: MVC 2 support, new settings, cleanup, fixes

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC page on CodePlex Though I haven’t blogged for a while about T4MVC, I’ve been making a few minor updates and only sent notification via Twitter.  Now, I have a few things that are worth discussing in a little more detail.  Note that you can see the…

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T4MVC 2.4 updates: settings file, sub view folders, ActionName support and more

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC page on CodePlex This post is a continuation of various previous posts on the T4MVC template for ASP.NET MVC: A new and improved ASP.NET MVC T4 template The MVC T4 template is now up on CodePlex T4MVC 2.2 update: Routing, Forms, DI container, fixes I last…

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Two ways to use T4 templates: support code vs. one-time generation

T4 templates have proven to be useful is a whole range of scenarios, and more and more developers are finding interesting things to do with them. For the most part, all those scenarios fall under two very distinct categories: “support code” versus one-time generation.  Unlike my previous post on CodeDom vs. T4, here we’re not…

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AspPathGuru: A little T4 love for ASP.NET WebForms

Last month, I wrote a number of posts on using T4 templates to get strong typing in ASP.NET MVC applications. The result is the T4MVC template available on CodePlex.  This template has been pretty popular with many MVC users, and I received a huge amount of feedback on improving it.  Most of it has been…

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T4MVC 2.2 update: Routing, Forms, DI container, fixes

To get the latest build of T4MVC: Go to T4MVC home page This post is a continuation of various recent posts, most notably: A new and improved ASP.NET MVC T4 template The MVC T4 template is now up on CodePlex First, I’d like to thank all those who are using the MVC T4 template and sent me…

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The MVC T4 template is now up on CodePlex, and it does change your code a bit

Short version: the MVC T4 template (now named T4MVC) is now available on CodePlex, as one of the downloads in the ASP.NET MVC v1.0 Source page. Go to T4MVC home page Poll verdict: it’s ok for T4MVC to make small changes Yesterday, I posted asking how people felt about having the template modify their code in…

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