Model-View-Controller (MVC)

Please see my other Web articles. MODEL-VIEW-CONTROLLER (MVC) 4 Accessing Form Values ADO.NET Entity Data Model Action Methods using GET & POST Action Methods with Parameters Bundles Displaying Data Source Records Providing an Input Form Using CSS Classes with Textboxes C.R.U.D. Operations Class Diagram – Building a Class ContentResult Customized Grid Custom Model Custom Validation…

C#

Please see my other Web articles. C# ADO.NET Transactions Anonymous Types Generics Link: Query Parameterless Functions Type Inference String Operations Nested Repeaters  test

Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)

OOP: Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Composition Object-oriented Programming (OOP) provides the most feature-rich, maintainable, feature-rich way of programming applications by levering the following features. (use table to link to each article listed above). Please see my other Web articles. Object-Oriented Programming Abstract Classes vs Interfaces Class Design – Step 1 – Requirements Class Design – Step…

OOP: Encapsulation

Leveraging Encapsulation to Protecting Data & Behavior As demonstrated in my Inheritance article, I designed an Employee class which serves as a parent class for the Supervisor class. As you can see, the Employee class contains data and behaviors common to all types of employees, which the Supervisor class reuses in its objects. Code reuse…

OOP: Class Inheritance

Leveraging Inheritance for Code-Reuse & Maintainability As demonstrated by my Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) article, in addition to Encapsulation, Polymorphism (link), and Composition (link), OOP provides a powerful mechanism for reusing code and easier maintainability by allowing common class attributes and behaviors to be defined within a parent class, then inherited by one or more child…

OOP: Class Relationships

Modeling Real-World Objects through Relationship As demonstrated by my Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) articles, OOP provide several mechanisms for code reuse, such as class inheritance. These mechanisms work by relationships which may exist between classes. Is-A Relationship (Inheritance) Inheritance demonstrates the first type of relationship – is-a, where one class (Supervisor) “is-a” type of another class…