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MVC stands for model-view-controller. MVC is a pattern for developing applications that are well architected and easy to maintain. MVC-based applications contain:

Controllers: Classes that handle incoming requests to the application, retrieve model data, and then specify view templates that return a response to the client.

Models: Classes that represent the data of the application and that use validation logic to enforce business rules for that data.

Views: Template files that your application uses to dynamically generate HTML responses. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 07 Sep 2011 | Views: 763 | Categories: MVC
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In this tutorial, we introduce an important feature of all ASP.NET applications ASP.NET MVC Routing call. The ASP.NET routing module is responsible for assigning incoming requests particular browser MVC controller actions. At the end of this tutorial, you will understand how the standard routing table maps requests to controller actions. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 07 Sep 2011 | Views: 855 | Categories: MVC
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This tutorial will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC Web application using Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010 Express Service Pack 1, which is a free version of Microsoft Visual Studio. Before you start, make sure you've installed the prerequisites listed below. You can install all .... ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 07 Sep 2011 | Views: 851 | Categories: MVC
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Some organizations are moving their sites from Microsoft ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC. Should you?
Today, ASP.NET developers have two options when building new Web projects: the old faithful ASP.NET Web Forms, or the young gun, ASP.NET MVC framework. Increasingly, companies are choosing ASP.NET MVC for green field development and for significant revisions of existing sites. But does ASP.NET MVC really bring concrete benefits that can be justified to upper management? ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 07 Sep 2011 | Views: 846 | Categories: MVC, ASP.NET
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This article is intended to provide basic concepts and fundamentals of ASP.NET MVC (Model View Controller) architecture workflow for beginners.

“M” “V” “C” stands for “MODEL” “VIEW” “CONTROLLER”. ASP.NET MVC is an architecture to develop ASP.NET web applications in a different manner than the traditional ASP.NET web development. Web applications developed with ASP.NET MVC are even more SEO (Search Engine) friendly. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 07 Sep 2011 | Views: 986 | Categories: MVC, Architecture
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PayPal is probably one of the first things that gets mentioned once you start discussion on online payments. It’s not so without reason – in 2008, PayPal moved over 60 billion dollars between accounts which is, you’ll agree, a respectable amount. And also, all trends show that this growth will continue – with huge number of new accounts (over 184 million accounts in 2008 compared to 96.2 million in 2005), with a new platform named PayPal X, and with more cool applications that involve paying (like Twitpay), you can bet that PayPal is here to stay. So, how can you join the whole PayPal Developm ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 06 Sep 2011 | Views: 883 | Categories:
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A payment gateway is an e-commerce service provider. It approves payments for online retailers and e-businesses. The functioning of a payment gateway is similar to that of point-of-sale terminal at any retail outlets. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 05 Sep 2011 | Views: 1089 | Categories: Other
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Visual enhancements
The IDE has been redesigned for improved readability. Unnecessary lines and gradients have been removed to reduce clutter.
Support for multiple monitors

Document windows such as the Code Editor and the Design view window can now be placed outside the IDE window. For example, you can drag the Code Editor out of the IDE so that you can view it and the Design view window side by side. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 05 Sep 2011 | Views: 671 | Categories: Visual Studio 2010
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How to perform implicit and explicit conversions between types
How to create and use enum types
How to create and use struct types
How to create and use arrays
How to manipulate string values
Now that you've seen a bit more of the C# language, let's go back and tackle some of the more involved topics concerning variables.

The first subject you look at in this chapter is type conversion, whereby you convert values from one type into another. You've already seen a bit of this, but you look at it formally here. A grasp of this topic gives you a greater understanding of what happens when y ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 05 Sep 2011 | Views: 925 | Categories: Visual Studio 2010, C#
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Boolean logic and how to use it
How to branch code
How to loop code

All of the C# code you've seen so far has had one thing in common. In each case, program execution has proceeded from one line to the next in top-to-bottom order, missing nothing. If all applications worked like this, then you would be very limited in what you could do. This chapter describes two methods for controlling program flow—that is, the order of execution of lines of C# code; branching and looping. Branching executes code conditionally, depending on the outcome of an evaluation, such as ″only execute this code if ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 05 Sep 2011 | Views: 980 | Categories: Visual Studio 2010, C#
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