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Model View Presenter via ASP.NET

, 11 Oct 2009 CPOL 21.5K 257 23
Following on from articles on adding generics support to ASP.NET, how to pass through arbitrary types to data sources, and implementing MVP in a type safe fashion, today Steve Gray takes readers through how to implement the various elements of a modular, re-usable MVP framework for ASP.NET.
ExampleProject_-_Web_Edition.zip
CobaltSoftware.Foundation.Web
bin
Debug
Controls
Generics Foundation
Parameters
Patterns
ModelViewPresenter
Properties
ExampleProject.Application
bin
Debug
ExampleProject.Application.vshost.exe
ExampleProject.Application.vshost.exe.manifest
Properties
Settings.settings
ExampleProject.Contracts
bin
Release
Properties
ExampleProject.Model
bin
Release
Properties
ExampleProject.Presenters
bin
Release
Properties
ExampleProject.Views
bin
Debug
Properties
ExampleProject.WebApplication
App_Data
bin
ExampleProject.WebApplication.csproj.user
Properties
Views
CobaltSoftware.Foundation.ModelViewPresenter
bin
Release
Core
Properties
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Steven James Gray
Software Developer (Senior) Insurance Industry
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Steve Gray is a Senior Developer at a British insurance company, working on a popular aggregator. When he's not writing ASP .NET, it's because there's SQL or WCF to write instead.

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