24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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ASP.NET MVC Framework

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By Kirby Frugia of New Relic 1 month ago.
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…Jon Galloway. Senior technical evangelist at Microsoft, specializing in ASP.NET MVC. Co-author of The ASP.NET Anthology . Part of the Herding Code podcast.

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7. Damien Guard. CTO at Attack Pattern , formerly at Netflix on Windows 8/ Windows Phone/ Silverlight, Microsoft on Xbox.com, LINQ to SQL, Entity Framework & CodeFirst.

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 1 year ago.
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Microsoft, it had no problem building Windows desktop apps, web applications with ASP.NET MVC or Windows Phone 7 apps. Later, after it was given to me as a fabulous parting gift , it proved to be a fine machine for building PHP, Rails and CoffeeScript apps under both Windows and Ubuntu. Even though it's not my main development machine, it still performs yeoman service at my home office.

My other Windows machine is my living room entertainment/casual …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 1 year ago.
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Hence our search for an ASP.NET MVC developer, whose job will be to write the back end applications for our mobile apps for business. The mobile apps will be making calls to an API, which you'll implement. These apps will also have some kind of administrative control panel to manage all the people using our mobile apps, and you'll have to implement that too.

You should have experience with the following:

ASP.NET MVC

The C# programming language / .NET framework

Entity Framework

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 2 years ago.
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Off for another day in the woods today.

What is docrails - All about the project that provides much of the documentation baked into Rails.

Luca.js - JavaScript patterns built on top of backbone and made to integrate with Bootstrap.

Mass assignment vulnerability isn't just for Rails - You can shoot yourself in the foot with ASP.NET MVC too.

Rails Best Practices - Auditing gem now with mass assignment checking.

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By Adron Hall of New Relic 2 years ago.
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ASP.NET / ASP.NET MVC / SQL Server

.NET, or more specifically the ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, or related frameworks and libraries can be deployed easily against Cloud Foundry by using the Iron Foundry Fork or the Uhuru Software Fork of Cloud Foundry. Like the Java support, it goes much further than mere command line support with various desktop applications that integrate with and work beside Visual Studio. There are currently two distinct open source Cloud Foundry forks available: …

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By techarch of The "Tech. Arch." over 2 years ago.
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…scripts to organize our external views. Similarly to frameworks like Ruby On Rails, or ASP.NET MVC, we'll create a subfolder named shared , for all views reusable across pages, then we'll create a subfolder named index for views appearing on our index.html web page.

In the scripts/view/index folder, let's create a file named _savings-goal.view.html . I used an underscore prefix to reflect the Rails convention of " partial views " being prefixed that way.

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By techarch of The "Tech. Arch." over 2 years ago.
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MVC web app (e.g. Ruby On Rails, Ruby Camping, ASP.NET MVC, Cake PHP, Django Python, etc.):

The routing engine identifies the appropriate controller

The controller retrieves the model

The view engine renders the view

The view contains HTML, CSS, and Javascript code

Rich browser-side applications typically have event handlers to allow page-level interactions to

handle validation, hide/show elements, perform some processing / calculations, executebusiness …

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By Fabricius of casperfabricius.com almost 4 years ago.
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My presentation compared ASP.NET MVC to Ruby on Rails. The conclusion is ambiguous. I thought I'd be able to crush ASP.NET MVC with the pure greatness of Ruby and Rails, making it obvious to everyone which was the better framework and language. While Rails do support a lot things that ASP.NET MVC is nowhere near of having, the latter does - at least with the recently released version 2 - have the central elements of a proper MVC framework in place. What's more surprising …

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…and Ruby on Rails? Or Python and Django? How about C# 4.0 and ASP.NET MVC? Maybe CakePHP? Java and Stripes? And how about more exotic choices like Clojure and Compojure or Scala and Lift?

With very few exceptions, in 2010, it's hard to choose a combination of semi-popular technologies that couldn't do the job. Does it really make a huge difference if you choose to study Ruby on Rails or Django? In all honesty, despite all the existing differences, it doesn't …

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