One of the driving goals for the ASP.NET MVC framework has been to create a flexible framework in which every component can be extended or replaced by a custom solution, whether developed by you or obtained from a third-party vendor. In this article by Maarten Balliauw, you will learn how you can customize and extend the ASP.NET MVC framework.Read Customizing and Extending the ASP.NET MVC Framework in full
In this article by Marc Delisle, we will learn how to bring back exported data that we create for backup or transfer purposes. Exported data may also come from authors of other applications, and could contain the whole foundation structure of these applications and some sample data.
The current phpMyAdmin version (3.1) can import files containing MySQL statements (usually having a .sql suffix, but not necessarily so) and CSV files (comma-separated values, although the separator is not necessarily a comma) directly.
The import feature can be accessed from several panels:
- The Import menu available from the homepage, the Database view, or the Table view
- The Import files menu offered inside the Query window
The primary focus of Support for Developers of Spring Web Flow is to introduce tools: build systems and IDEs. This will help developers build web applications using Spring Web Flow. This article by Sven Lüppken, shows you more about the Ant and the Maven build systems. We will also see how we can add support for the Spring Framework in the Eclipse IDE and include Spring NetBeans modules in the NetBeans IDE.Read Support for Developers of Spring Web Flow 2 in full
The primary focus of The Elements of the Spring Web Flow Configuration File is to give you an in-depth look into the Spring Web Flow configuration file and its elements. In this article by Sven Lüppken, we will see which elements and their attributes are allowed in the Spring Web Flow configuration file. This article makes it easier to understand how the XML Schema definition file works, in case you have to take a look at the file of Spring Web Flow while you're configuring your flow.Read The Elements of the Spring Web Flow Configuration File in full
Ever since Microsoft started working on the ASP.NET MVC framework, one of the primary concerns was the framework's ability to re-use as many features as possible from ASP.NET Webforms. In this article by Maarten Balliauw, we will see how we can mix ASP.NET Webforms and ASP.NET MVC in one application and how data is shared between both these technologies.Read Mixing ASP.NET Webforms and ASP.NET MVC in full