Summary 03.07.2009 – 07.07.2009

ASP.NET AJAX

Stephen presents the Lightweight Test Automation Framework which represents an effort to improve the quality of AJAX Control Toolkit.

Scott Hanselman has a very nice post about combining and moving ScriptResource.axd to static scripts. It’ll be great if the WebResource.axd scripts will also be put in a single file and even hosted on a CDN as Scott shows!

ASP.NET MVC

David Ebbo continues his experiments with T4 template. He shows the option of modifying the generated code directly using the Code Model API. He uploaded a first improved version and continued with another great release.

Scott does an excellent job in promoting David’s work on MVC T4 templates.

Enterprise Library

P&P Guidance announces that EL 5.0 will focus on IoC containers for configuration offering the possibility to use other containers such as NInject, Castle Windsor or AutoFac. Check also Grigori’s announcement about the completion of the refactoring.

Grigori shares his thoughts on improving the performance of Application Logging Block.

Go watch this great video on Channel 9 about the upcoming features in Enterprise Library 5.0.

DDD

Udi Dahan has two excellent posts about domain events and the creation of aggregate roots.

Visual Studio 2010

The Visual Web Developer Team has an end to end example for packaging a web application with its database with “Delete existing objects before creating” flag.

Entity Framework

The EF Design team shows how the model first approach works in EF 4.0.

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