Herding Code: Episode 31: Chad Myers and Jeremy Miller on FubuMVC

Herding Code

This week we talk to Chad Myers and Jeremy Miller about the FubuMVC project.Topics What is FubuMVC? History of the project Built to take advantage of static typing Composition over inheritance Dependency injection tricks IFlattener<T> for JSONification Appli...

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This week we talk to Chad Myers and Jeremy Miller about the FubuMVC project.Topics
  • What is FubuMVC?
  • History of the project
  • Built to take advantage of static typing
  • Composition over inheritance
  • Dependency injection tricks
  • IFlattener<T> for JSONification
  • Application of SOLID prinicples in FubuMVC and AltOxite
  • View engines
  • TextboxFor and no magic strings - advantages for refactoring support
  • Thin controllers, fat models
  • FubuMVC as the Ruby On Rails for ASP.NET
  • Benefits and problems of using generics for static typing
  • Use of meaningful generic type names rather than <T,U,K> ugliness
  • Testing tools for Javascript
  • FubuMVC’s Behaviors
  • Partial rendering strategies
  • Why they’re using NHibernate for AltOxite
  • IOC benefits
  • Strategies for Javascript management
  • qUnit for Javascript unit testing
  • How do I sell this to my boss?
  • Why FubuMVC as opposed to Microsoft’s ASP.NET MVC?
  • Why MVC isn’t just classic ASP revisited
  • Benefit of FubuMVC - removing choices through opinions
  • Ways an open source MVC framework keep up with Microsoft
  • FubuMVC futures and misc. benefits
  • Use of Rake as a build script

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