Refactoring the ASP.NET MVC Application to the Onion Architecture

We have refactored the application adhering to the onion architecture. Domain objects like Movie is at the center of the architecture and are the part of internal layers. The Infrastructure project in which we are working with database and database logics are part of the external layers. They depend on the centeral layers like core. UI or in this case the MVC application is also an external layer and depndes on the Core project. All layers are interacting to each other using the interfaces rather than the concrete definitions. You can very easily write Unit Test against the controllers using Fake or Mock without hitting the datbase. In future you can easily change data access technology from Enity Framework to something else without affecting the UI and the Core.

No connection string named ” could be found in the ASP.NET MVC application config file: Solved

While working on an ASP.NET MVC application I encountered the following error. It clearly says that some connection string is missing in the configuration file. Well I have refactored the application following the onion architecture and there is nothing related to database exist in the MVC project. Project structure looks like follows: The Entity Framework … Continue reading No connection string named ” could be found in the ASP.NET MVC application config file: Solved

Resolving Dependencies in ASP.NET MVC 5 using StructureMap

If you are using StructreMap to resolve the dependencies in the ASP.NET MVC 5 application then Steve Smith’s blog post Resolving Dependencies in ASP.NET MVC 5 with StructureMap can be a great help for you. I have followed Steve’s blog to use the StructureMap. I am summarizing the steps as follows: Using the Nuget Package … Continue reading Resolving Dependencies in ASP.NET MVC 5 using StructureMap

Day #2: Learn ASP.NET MVC 5- Adding View

Day #1: Learn ASP.NET MVC 5- Adding Controller On Day1 we learnt about Adding Controller. Today we will learn to add View in MVC project. Let us start with understanding with is View? View is part of MVC that renders user interface. View contains markup that gets render with ViewEngines. ViewEngines generates View in ASP.NET … Continue reading Day #2: Learn ASP.NET MVC 5- Adding View

Day #1: Learn ASP.NET MVC 5- Adding Controller

  After long time, I am back to web development. At current web development paradigm, ASP.NET MVC framework is one of the most popular and heavily used web development framework. Seeing popularity and usefulness of ASP.NET MVC, I have decided to write easy to go blog series on this. In this blog post series, each … Continue reading Day #1: Learn ASP.NET MVC 5- Adding Controller