Aspnet mvc


Published on


Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Aspnet mvc

  1. 1. Head First ASP.Net MVC 2.0 Zhiming Jiang MSN GMD Integration
  2. 2. TOPIC• Review• Getting started with ASP.NET MVC• Understanding ASP.NET MVC• Customizing and Extending• Best Practices• MVC 2.0 New Features
  3. 3. The way of ASP.NET MVCREVIEW
  4. 4. The Downside of ASP.NET• Very complex page pipeline engine• Difficult to maintain• Impossible to test – Difficulty partially arises from simulating Context, Request, Response, and Session objects.• The cryptic control ids and sensitivities of ViewState• Overly mix business and presentation logic• Event-driven model
  5. 5. Innovation!
  6. 6. MVC Framework History1970S 2003 RoR Based on Python …. 2009.3 MVC1 2010.4 MVC2
  7. 7. ASP.NET MVC IS……• New ASP.NET application development style – Another is“ASP.NET Web Form” – Fill the gaps of ASP.NET Web Form• New choice• Full control over URLs• Full control over HTML• Easier to test (TDD)• Flexible, extendable, easily replaced
  8. 8. ASP.NET MVC IS NOT……• The substitute of 3-tier structure• ASP.NET Web Form’s substitute• ASP.NET Web Form promotion version – ASP.NET Web Form 4.0• Fit RAD• Fit every project• Fit everyone
  9. 9. Different Between with Web Form Classic Web Form ASP.NET MVC Postback REST, HTML Post Code behind Separate controller Single form Multiple forms Server controls HTML Helpers Page and control lifecycle Controller
  11. 11. ASP.NET MVC Framework Structure ASP.NET Abstractions (System.Web.Abstractions.dll) ASP.NET Routing (System.Web.Routing.dll) ASP.NET MVC (System.Web.Mvc.dll)
  12. 12. But what is the work process?但是具体的流程是什么样?
  13. 13. Classic Application Architecture MvcDemo.Web.UIPresentatio MvcDemo.Modelsn MvcDemo.Web.ControllersBiz MvcDemo.BusinessServiceDataAccess MvcDemo.DataResponsity
  14. 14. ASP.NET MVC Excute Process
  15. 15. Understanding Models, Views, and ControllersUNDERSTANDING ASP.NET MVC
  16. 16. ASP.NET Routing• URL Patterns• Setting Default Values for URL Parameters• Adding Constraints to Routes• Scenarios When Routing Is Not Applied• How URLs Are Matched to Routes• Accessing URL Parameters in a Routed Page• ASP.NET Routing and Security• ASP.NET Routing versus URL Rewriting
  17. 17. Working with Models• What’s Model• Validation
  18. 18. Controllers & Action• Receiving input – QueryString, Request.Form, FormCollection, Custome(IModelBinding)• Filter• Aysnc action• Producing output – Action Result, View Data, View Model• How defines – End with the word Controller – Inherit from System.Web.Mvc.Controller (or implement Icontroller – Contain public methods that return ActionResult
  19. 19. Filtering Action Methods
  20. 20. Working with Views• View Engine• View Page• View Data• View Helper• Form Post• Using MasterPage• Order
  21. 21. MVC Custom and ExtensionsCUSTOMIZING AND EXTENDING
  22. 22. Customizing & Extending• Extending URL Routing• Customer ControllerFactory• Extending Controller & Action• Custom View Engine• T4 Template
  23. 23. Truth in PracticeBEST PRACTICES
  24. 24. Best Practices Securing MVC applications Dependency Injection of Controllers Using RESTful Architecture Handling errors in MVC applications Unit Test & MVC Mock Helpers Using AJAX in ASP.NET MVC applications Improving ASP.NET MVC application performance Localizing ASP.NET MVC Validation Deploying MVC applications
  25. 25. Areas, Async Controllers Support, Scaffold …MVC 2.0 NEW FEATURES
  26. 26. • New Strongly Typed HTML Helpers• Enhanced Model Validation support across both server and client• Auto-Scaffold UI Helpers with Template Customization• Support for splitting up large applications into “Areas”• Asynchronous Controllers support that enables long running tasks in parallel• Support for rendering sub-sections of a page/site using Html.RenderAction• Lots of new helper functions, utilities, and API enhancements• Improved Visual Studio tooling support
  27. 27. Areas• Introduction – Organizing our projects hierarchically into folders and namespaces• Building a portable area• Embedding Views• Distributing a portable area
  28. 28. Async Controllers Support• Change the way of request handling• Decide whether the action is async or not• Execute an action• ModelBinder support• Limitations and drawbacks
  29. 29. [Video]Creating with MVC Oxite 2: An official CMS Product MvcContrib: a Codeplex Foundation Project projects to learn MVCRECOURSE
  30. 30. Please fill out the session evaluation form provided and drop it off with the staff at the exit.Your Feedback is Important!IT IS OVER,THANKS