A blog about web development, running a web consultancy, dealing with clients and staying sane - well, everything except the last bit.
How to decorating your controller actions with custom attributes that are executed before the action itself
I find it's always useful to keep a diary of where I'm up to with client work so I can look back and check progress (then quickly delete old blog posts so it looks like I'm not a slacker when shit doesn't get done!) - Here's my current work update.
This website is not built upon a conventional blogging platform, but one that I hand-rolled myself using the power of C# and some beautifully simple text files.
A fairly annoying quirk with Visual Studio 2010 Server Explorer is that it doesn't allow you to click on a table name to rename it - so here's how it's done.
In this short tutorial I will show you how to make common ViewData information available to your Views in ASP.NET MVC, without having to duplicate ViewData variables in each seperate controller.
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