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  • Single Action per Controller in ASP.NET MVC

    As I keep doing this on MVC projects, thought I may as well blog it, so the next time I need it I can find it myself :) To keep ASP.NET MVC controllers clean and organised, I find it much easier to split them so they handle only a single action each. This helps significantly with maintaining some semblance...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 07-10-2011
    Filed under: Windsor, MVC,
  • Implementing EnrichWith(of StructureMap) with Castle

    UPDATE: This facility made its way into Castle Microkernel, with name OnCreateFacility. I also made it possible to specify more than one actions. In one of Joshua Flanagan's recent post he mentioned about how they handle application configuration and I have to say that I liked their way. I also liked...
    Posted to Tuna Toksoz by Tuna Toksoz on 07-14-2009
    Filed under: castle, microkernel, windsor
  • Your IoC Container Choice is Not a Feature of Your Application

    I don't want to be a wet blanket, but someone's got to put a stop to the IoC love fest going on out there. An Inversion of Control (IoC) container , for those of you were aren't yet familiar, allows you to retrieve instances of objects at runtime. A relatively common solution to a common...
    Posted to Tim Barcz by Tim Barcz on 03-29-2009
    Filed under: Rant, Opinion, Windsor, Tools
  • Windsor Components, the ASP.NET MVC Framework, and Bug Verification Tests

    Shhh...don't tell anyone but we don't unit test all of our code.  We're striving to get all developers and managers on board with unit testing but we're not there yet.  Despite our delinquency in writing tests one thing we do try our very best to do is keep mistakes from happening...
    Posted to Tim Barcz by Tim Barcz on 11-14-2008
    Filed under: Testing, Castle Project, Windsor, Tips And Tricks
  • Windsor Config Parameters With Non-Primitive Types

    Windsor will stitch together objects for you at runtime based on what components have been registered.  When you ask for an instance of an object from the Windsor/MicroKernel it will return the object using the constructor it can satisfy. I ran into a problem the other day when I wanted to create...
    Posted to Tim Barcz by Tim Barcz on 09-18-2008
    Filed under: Castle Project, Windsor
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