Piuttosto che aggiungere feature al tuo prodotto, creane uno nuovo! di Gabriella Infante – Nel contesto dei mercati iper-competitivi, si incappa spesso nel desiderio di aggiungere nuove funzioni a prodotti esistenti in vista di un maggiore interesse da parte degli utenti e di più ampi ritorni economici. Ma piuttosto che aggiungere feature una sull’altra allo stesso prodotto, perché non considerare la creazione di un prodotto completamente nuovo?
Designer, Architect, Developer on 24 Ways To Start by Tom Preston-Werner – Over the last six years I’ve bootstrapped three successful enterprises (Cube6 Media, Gravatar, and GitHub) and failed to gain traction with a handful of others. After a lot of thought and reflections on these experiences, I’ve identified three major skills that should be present in order to best build a successful web application. These roles can be loosely defined as the Designer, the Architect, and the Developer.
ASP.NET MVC Best Practices (Part 1) by Kazi Manzur Rashid (old website) – In this post, I will share some of the best practices/guideline in developing ASP.NET MVC applications which I have learned in the hard way. I will not tell you to use DI or Unit Test instead I will assume you are already doing it and you prefer craftsmanship over anything.
ASP.NET MVC Best Practices (Part 2) by Kazi Manzur Rashid (new website) – This is the second part of the series and may be the last, till I find some thing new. My plan was to start with routing, controller, controller to model, controller to view and last of all the view, but some how I missed one important thing in routing, so I will begin with that in this post.
ASP.NET MVC – Routing of Legacy URLs by Daniel Palme – When you convert an existing ASP.NET application to ASP.NET MVC you will sooner or later want to handle legacy URLs. Imagine an ASP.NET application containing the page “YourPage.aspx”. Now you want to redirect request to that legacy URL to the new MVC Action: “Home/YourPage”. I have looked at several implementations on the internet, but none of them was really simple. Thus I implemented another solution which is really easy to configure.
Blog Engine with ASP.NET MVC
ASP.NET MVC – Developing a custom blog engine by Daniel Palme – A few weeks ago I decided to start blogging. Since my website existed for some years I chose to write my own blog engine and integrate it into the existing layout. With Oxite an open source engine built on ASP.NET MVC already exists, but it has many features I do not need, thus I started to implement a more lightweight variant.