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Implementing Model-View-Presenter in ASP.NET

, 17 Nov 2007 CPOL
Three implementations of Model-View-Presenter in ASP.NET 2.0.
MVPSampleApp.zip
MVP.SampleApp
Lib
Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Common.dll
Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Data.dll
MySql.Data.dll
nunit.framework.dll
Rhino.Mocks.dll
Model
Data
Interfaces
Properties
Presentation
Presentation.Tests
Properties
Interfaces
Properties
SubSonic
ActiveRecord
Builder
CodeGeneration
Templates
CodeLanguage
Configuration
Controls
Calendar
lang
skin
active-bg.gif
calendar.gif
dark-bg.gif
hover-bg.gif
menuarrow.gif
normal-bg.gif
rowhover-bg.gif
status-bg.gif
title-bg.gif
today-bg.gif
Resources
DataProviders
Properties
Sql Tools
SubSonic.snk
Sugar
WebApp
App_Data
Views
SQL2000SampleDb.zip
SQL2000SampleDb.msi
// ** I18N

// Calendar EN language
// Author: Mihai Bazon, <mihai_bazon@yahoo.com>
// Encoding: any
// Distributed under the same terms as the calendar itself.

// For translators: please use UTF-8 if possible.  We strongly believe that
// Unicode is the answer to a real internationalized world.  Also please
// include your contact information in the header, as can be seen above.

// full day names
Calendar._DN = new Array
("Sunday",
 "Monday",
 "Tuesday",
 "Wednesday",
 "Thursday",
 "Friday",
 "Saturday",
 "Sunday");

// Please note that the following array of short day names (and the same goes
// for short month names, _SMN) isn't absolutely necessary.  We give it here
// for exemplification on how one can customize the short day names, but if
// they are simply the first N letters of the full name you can simply say:
//
//   Calendar._SDN_len = N; // short day name length
//   Calendar._SMN_len = N; // short month name length
//
// If N = 3 then this is not needed either since we assume a value of 3 if not
// present, to be compatible with translation files that were written before
// this feature.

// short day names
Calendar._SDN = new Array
("Sun",
 "Mon",
 "Tue",
 "Wed",
 "Thu",
 "Fri",
 "Sat",
 "Sun");

// First day of the week. "0" means display Sunday first, "1" means display
// Monday first, etc.
Calendar._FD = 0;

// full month names
Calendar._MN = new Array
("January",
 "February",
 "March",
 "April",
 "May",
 "June",
 "July",
 "August",
 "September",
 "October",
 "November",
 "December");

// short month names
Calendar._SMN = new Array
("Jan",
 "Feb",
 "Mar",
 "Apr",
 "May",
 "Jun",
 "Jul",
 "Aug",
 "Sep",
 "Oct",
 "Nov",
 "Dec");

// tooltips
Calendar._TT = {};
Calendar._TT["INFO"] = "About the calendar";

Calendar._TT["ABOUT"] =
"DHTML Date/Time Selector\n" +
"(c) dynarch.com 2002-2005 / Author: Mihai Bazon\n" + // don't translate this this ;-)
"For latest version visit: http://www.dynarch.com/projects/calendar/\n" +
"Distributed under GNU LGPL.  See http://gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html for details." +
"\n\n" +
"Date selection:\n" +
"- Use the \xab, \xbb buttons to select year\n" +
"- Use the " + String.fromCharCode(0x2039) + ", " + String.fromCharCode(0x203a) + " buttons to select month\n" +
"- Hold mouse button on any of the above buttons for faster selection.";
Calendar._TT["ABOUT_TIME"] = "\n\n" +
"Time selection:\n" +
"- Click on any of the time parts to increase it\n" +
"- or Shift-click to decrease it\n" +
"- or click and drag for faster selection.";

Calendar._TT["PREV_YEAR"] = "Prev. year (hold for menu)";
Calendar._TT["PREV_MONTH"] = "Prev. month (hold for menu)";
Calendar._TT["GO_TODAY"] = "Go Today";
Calendar._TT["NEXT_MONTH"] = "Next month (hold for menu)";
Calendar._TT["NEXT_YEAR"] = "Next year (hold for menu)";
Calendar._TT["SEL_DATE"] = "Select date";
Calendar._TT["DRAG_TO_MOVE"] = "Drag to move";
Calendar._TT["PART_TODAY"] = " (today)";

// the following is to inform that "%s" is to be the first day of week
// %s will be replaced with the day name.
Calendar._TT["DAY_FIRST"] = "Display %s first";

// This may be locale-dependent.  It specifies the week-end days, as an array
// of comma-separated numbers.  The numbers are from 0 to 6: 0 means Sunday, 1
// means Monday, etc.
Calendar._TT["WEEKEND"] = "0,6";

Calendar._TT["CLOSE"] = "Close";
Calendar._TT["TODAY"] = "Today";
Calendar._TT["TIME_PART"] = "(Shift-)Click or drag to change value";

// date formats
Calendar._TT["DEF_DATE_FORMAT"] = "%Y-%m-%d";
Calendar._TT["TT_DATE_FORMAT"] = "%a, %b %e";

Calendar._TT["WK"] = "wk";
Calendar._TT["TIME"] = "Time:";

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