Simone Chiaretta is a software developer and architect, coding on the .NET platform for business and for fun since 2001.
He has worked for the web agency Esperia in Milan before moving to New Zealand as Chief Software Architect for Calcium Software. Now back in Italy, he works for Avanade as Senior Solution Developer. He also works on the SubText open-source blogging platform.
When he’s not writing code, blog posts or taking part in the worldwide .NET community, Simone enjoys free-climbing, mountain climbing and ice climbing.
You develop an ASP.NET MVC application by extending it; customising any default logic that you wish to change with your own implementation. Simone starts a tour of the extensibility points of ASP.NET MVC, by looking at the beginning of the pipeline, the Routing Module, and gives a practical example of writing an extension, with source code: a way of 'watermaking' images 'on the fly'.… Read more21 September 2011
Because ASP.NET MVC has been designed with extensibility as its design principle; almost every logical step of the processing pipeline can be replaced with your own implementation. In fact, the best way to develop applications with ASP.NET MVC is to extend the system, Simone starts a series that explains how to implement extensions to ASP.NET MVC, starting with the ones at the beginning of the pipeline (routing extensions) and finishing with the view extensions points.… Read more
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