Category Archives for ASP.Net

Editable User Friendly URL Structure in MVC

User Friendly URL’s There is a logic behind user friendly URL structures on a website. No matter what you call them, Clean, User Friendly, SEO Friendly, or Semantic URL’s, the purpose behind them is to improve a website experience by ensuring the … Continue reading

02. October 2014 by Adam Riddick
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ASP.Net Per-Request Pattern

When Developing, the objects we create can have different Lifecycles. For example, an object can maintain a Singleton lifecycle, in which only one version of the object can ever exist. Today, I will demonstrate how to implement a Per-Request Lifecycle. … Continue reading

07. August 2014 by Adam Riddick
Categories: ASP.Net, C#, Design & Practice | Leave a comment

FakeModel V0.0.7

Introducing FakeModel v0.0.7 It’s been a while since I’ve been able to commit some time to improving FakeModel, but I’m now proud to announce the release of FakeModel v0.0.7, bringing some essential fixes to the nature of FakeModel. What’s New … Continue reading

26. July 2014 by Adam Riddick
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Insight: AuthorizeAttribute Lifecycle

I’ve learned a valuable lesson about the AuthorizeAttribute Lifecycle recently, one which I feel should be shared with the world. Hopefully, someone will gain something from this, hopefully I can fix the issue I faced for others. The Story The … Continue reading

22. July 2014 by Adam Riddick
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C# Initialize methods before app start

There often comes a time in development when some form of initialization is needed in an application, so we begin to implement Initialize methods. These are very handy, allowing developers to complete any pre-cursor work the application requires before it … Continue reading

01. June 2014 by Adam Riddick
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The Parallel.Invoke Method

In the .Net Framework we can use Parallel.Invoke to call multiple methods in parallel, meaning they will begin to run at the same time across multiple threads. This can be useful when we have multiple long-running methods that don’t need … Continue reading

20. May 2014 by Adam Riddick
Categories: ASP.Net, C#, Tips | Leave a comment

FakeModel V0.0.6

FakeModel V0.0.6 is here! And it’s been a little bit of a while coming (The last release was back in December!). Well let’s blame Christmas! Truth is, I’ve been very busy, I have a lot going on right now and … Continue reading

16. March 2014 by Adam Riddick
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CodeProject FakeModel

I often venture over to CodeProject to take a look at the article selection, and see if anything catches my eye. It’s a fantastic reference, and I think so even more now than I did an hour ago. That is … Continue reading

18. December 2013 by Adam Riddick
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FakeModel V0.0.5

After taking a bit of time away from this world, I’m back – And (Hopefully) with a bang, I announce FakeModel V0.0.5. I’ve been spending my time catching up on some films, setting up my Raspberry Pi Media Center and … Continue reading

08. December 2013 by Adam Riddick
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FakeModel V0.0.4

For those of you not familiar with FakeModel, FakeModel is a tool designed at easing the burden of Test Data Creation, but can also be used to fill a dataset for example purposes. FakeModel is incredibly easy to use, and … Continue reading

17. November 2013 by Adam Riddick
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