My name is Edward Tanguay. I'm an American software and web developer living and working in Berlin, Germany.
The next stage of ASP.NET, still in beta (Jan 2009), solves a lot of issues, e.g. viewstate.
Follow the two-step instructions: download, copy files in, awesome designs for your ASP.NET sites.
This is a blog site written in ASP.NET MVC as an example of a full application, try it out, open source at codeplex.
Building HelloWorld with ASP.NET MVC
How to find how which user accesses App_Data folder.
If you are getting a UnauthorizedAccessException error when you try to modify files in your App_Data folder, put this code anywhere on your view to find out which user is accessing the folder and then you can change the rights of that user:
protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e)
If you want to get the telerik grid control going in ASP.NET MVC, check out this article.
Tutorial: Set Up ASP.NET MVC Development Environment
This tutorial shows you step-by-step how to install everything you need to develop ASP.NET MVC websites including the free Visual Web Developer 2008 Express and the free SQL Server Express. This tutorial is for you if you want to get things set up fast and get some examples going so that you can begin learning ASP.NET MVC. Just added Step 8: Give Your Site a Layout
1. Download and Install the .NET 3.5 Framework | 2. Install Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition (free) | 3. Install Powershell (necessary for Sql Server 2008) | 4. Install Windows Installer 4.5 or Higher (necessary for Sql Server 2008 Install) | 5. Install Sql Server 2008 Express | 6. Install ASP.NET MVC | 7. Setup Basic ASP.NET MVC Site | 8. Give Your Site a Layout