Posts tagged with mvc 3

Introducing sBlog.Net – An Open Source Blog Engine

Hello people! It’s been a very long time since I posted anything in this blog, but, here I am! This blog post is regarding something I have been working for a while – it’s a blog engine and I have named it sBlog.Net. The dedicated website is for this project is: Its experimental and [...]

Generating an “Archives” menu in MVC 3

Hello! I am back! In this post, I am going to discuss a method using which you could generate a menu that lists the archives for your website. You would have seen this in number of website / blogs, even this blog for that matter, check out the section labelled “Archives” to your right. The [...]

Providing the ability to upload (and choose) files in CKEditor

Hello all, feels like it’s been forever since I posted anything! So, here I am with an interesting post. This post is about providing the upload functionality in CKEditor using ASP.Net MVC 3. CKEditor is WYSIWIG html editor. This can be used for various purposes. A really appropriate example is a Content Management System (CMS). [...]

Dependency Injection With Ninject And Extending It a Bit Further

In this post I am going to discuss a very interesting concept called “dependency injection (DI)” and also about extending the class that injects the dependencies further to achieve some more functionalities that I needed for a project of mine. I am going to use a mvc 3 application to explain about DI. DI is [...]

MVC Custom Model Binders and CheckBoxList

Back to ASP.Net MVC! In this post, I am going to discuss about custom model binders and a real-time use of custom model binders in ASP.Net MVC. Before getting in to custom model binders, as the name suggests, there is also a default model binder. If you are interested in custom model binders for mvc, [...]

ASP.Net MVC Extreme – How Stuff Works

You might have seen the following image, that discusses the control flow of a typical MVC request. In this post I would like to take a deep dive into every one of these blocks in “detail”, down to the last line I presume this post is never going to be complete as I may have [...]

Custom Error Attributes (MVC 3)

In this post, I would like to discuss about custom error attributes in MVC 3. If you are a developer, you should be familiar with the “yellow screen of death (YSOD)”. Annotating your controller with [HandleError] would take care of this.This attribute would expect a view called Error in the Shared views folder. Note that there [...]