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DNN Hangout Special Episode - October 2015 - Building Modules Using the DNN 8 MVC Pattern

This is the second of two special episodes of the DNN Hangout, focused on helping DNN developers world-wide to learn more about the DNN 8 module development patterns.  This time, we walked through the MVC development pattern in DNN.  Following this hangout, you should have all of the knowledge you need to get started building your module for the DNN 8 Module Development Contest. 

The Trek of the Wildebeest

Developers are migratory, herding animals. As new programming techniques, languages and paradigms emerge, we flock to new pastures and we eat and we eat and we eat … If you are in the DNN eco system you are led by Microsoft and DNN Corp. Meaning: if one of the two decides that we should do things differently, chances are you’ll move along with the rest. But as we move on we leave behind existing projects and customers. Generally they move a lot slower. Hands up those who still know someone on Windows XP! End users are not part of this herd. They live in a parallel universe from ours.

JavaScript MVC 2.1 - Understanding a real AngularJS App-View

This is a part of my second short series about JavaScript MVC Frameworks. In this part I'll show you a real-life AngularJS App and explain all relevant parts so that you can create your own. This post explains all the angular magic in the HTML-View, while the other posts focus on the Controller, Model and Initialization.

The Future of DNN Speaks Razor - #4 The Death of ASP.net MVC

Along came MVC to provide a new solution. And there are quite a few things it's done very, very well. And a lot of things that won't make it. Our goal is to focus our time and energy on the relevant parts and ignore the rest. In this part 4 of my Series The Future of DNN Speaks Razor, I'll explain why ASP.net MVC started well but was overtaken by the internet, and why the resulting good solution is still called MVC, even though it's not Model-View-Controller.

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