Summary 07.05.2009

ASP.NET MVC

CoNatural continue their series on asynchronous search with ASP.NET MVC and JQuery.

Phil has an excellent article about another hidden gem of ASP.NET that allows us to mingle with the page parsing process: PageParseFilter.

Scott Allen show how to build a custom model binder and what are the different issues the arise in different implementations.

Maarten Balliauw adds to the previous list of best practices his very own.

David Hayden has a nice article about working with custom ControllerActionInvoker and overriding CreateActionResult() in order to return JSON results.

Visual Studio 2010

The WebDev Team just published a great article on how we can have a web.config file for each staging environment based on the new transformation features available in Visual Studio 2010.

Channel 9 has another webcast on functional UI testing.

CLR

For a deep dive into ThreadAbortException and how to make it stop using catch clause and Thread.ResetAbort(), go check the CLR Team’s post!

Eric Lippert has another great article that explains that value types being stored on the stack is just an optimization detail performed by the CLR.

C#

Eric Lippert explains how events are raised properly and what are the risks involved with using them inappropriately.

Architecture

Vittorio has another great article about claims and how they work.

Debugging

The Microsoft Support Team has a very cool article about debugging ASP.NET requests at runtime in IIS 6.0.

ASP.NET AJAX 4.0

Bertrand Le Roy has another great tip on how to use JQuery to instantiate Microsoft AJAX components.

Methodologies

The SRLTeam has a great post about bug management.

TDD

Simon Segal has a great post about mocking Entity Framework repositories with Moq.

Team Foundation Server

If you are looking for customizing different aspects of TFS, keep an eye on this blog as it very useful information. Currently they have a nice series of posts on work item customization.

Enterprise Library

Grigori Melnik has some greats news about EntLibContrib: a new release is available (based on the EL 3.1 core) and the future plans include upgrade to the core of EL 4.1.

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