MVC: Conditionally Display View link

Please see my other MVC articles. Displaying Links Based on IF Logic This article illustrates how to conditionally display a link within an MVC based on the results of an IF statement. As you can see in my View’s HTML, I am displaying a “Home” link and then, if the current user is part of the Administrator…

MVC: Conditional Redirect to View

Please see my other MVC articles. Redirecting Users to a New Page Based on IF Logic Similar to the article (link) MVC: Conditionally Display View link, this article illustrates how to use condition logic to change the user experience by using the controller’s default function to test if the current user is part of the Administrator role,…

MVC: Action Name Attribute

Please see my other MVC articles. Define a Custom Action & URL When a Controller’s Action method is invoked, the URL reflects the name of the method.However, it you need the URL to look different without changing the Action method name, assign an ActionName attribute to that method.First, I’ll begin with a new test Action…

AJAX

Please see my other Web articles. This page demonstrates some of my AJAX skills in delivering server-side functionality to the client. AJAX Dropdown Update Table

Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC

Please see my other Web articles. This page demonstrates some of Telerik’s impressive suite of rich controls designed to empower users, increase productivity and streamline business processes. Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Display Dynamic Instructions Dropdown Filter on Multiple Columns Dropdown with Custom Date Format Dropdown with Template Grid-Dropdown Column Filter Grid-Display Success/Failure Notification Grid-Dropdown…

OOP: Class Design – Step 3 – Encapsulation

Please see my other Web Development articles. Leveraging Encapsulation to Protecting Data & Behavior Implementation With my class requirements defined in my Class Design – Step 1 – Requirements article, I’m now ready to define the details of my Employee class. As demonstrated in my Inheritance article, I designed an Employee class which serves as…

OOP: Class Design – Step 2 – Naming Convention

Please see my other Web Development articles. Using Object-oriented Programming (OOP) to Design Robust Classes At the beginning of a software project, ensure you capture requirements in a manner which developers may easily interpret. Stating requirements using a story format allows users and actions to be clearly identified. When telling the story, ensure you identify…

OOP: Class Design – Step 1 – Requirements

Please see my other Web Development articles. Using Object-oriented Programming (OOP) to Design Robust Classes At the beginning of a software project, ensure you capture requirements in a manner which developers may easily interpret. Stating requirements using a story format allows users and actions to be clearly identified. When telling the story, ensure you identify…