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Fluent Filters - Global Action Filters for ASP.NET MVC 2

, 8 Nov 2010 Apache
This article describes a small library for ASP.NET MVC, that can be used as a facility for registering global filters. It is similar to Global Filter in ASP.NET MVC 3, but with different implementation and features.
FluentFilters.pdb
FluentFilters.dll
lib
mvc
v2
System.Web.Mvc.dll
src
FluentFilters
Criteria
Properties
Samples
FluentFilters.Samples.BasicUsage
Website
Content
Controllers
Global.asax
Models
Properties
Scripts
Views
Account
Home
Shared
Website.csproj.user
Website.Core
Filters
Properties
FluentFilters.Samples.IoC
Dependency
Microsoft.Practices.ServiceLocation.dll
Microsoft.Practices.ServiceLocation.pdb
Microsoft.Practices.Unity.Configuration.dll
Microsoft.Practices.Unity.Configuration.pdb
Microsoft.Practices.Unity.dll
Microsoft.Practices.Unity.pdb
Website
Content
Controllers
Global.asax
Models
Properties
Scripts
Views
Account
Home
Shared
Website.csproj.user
Website.Core
Filters
Properties

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Dmytro Antonenko
Software Developer (Senior) Epam Systems
United States United States
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My name is Dmitry Antonenko and I'm developer with warm love to the web. My goal is to developing so it's beautifully simple and fast.

Currently I'm living in Irvine, CA and working as a lead software engineer at Epam Systems.

I do not specialize in one programming language or platform, I love to use all possible means to develop. I love to develop for front-end as well as for back-end ( but yes, front-end I like a little bit more ) Also like learn different algorithmic approaches that could be applied in development process.


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