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February 28, 2013 comment ,

[Picture] ASP.NET MVC: Action Filter Life Cycle

It is said that A picture is worth a thousand words, so this time I come up with Picture Post to discuss action filter life cycle in ASP.NET MVC. Hope reader would like it. So do share it and stay connected for more post on Action Filter.

February 15, 2013 comment

PowerShell: Accessing static member in PowerShell Script

Recently I created NuGet package which auto upgrade ASP.NET MVC 3 application to MVC 4 and while I was creating this package I worked with powershell. Before that I never worked with powershell so I learned a few thing so thought to share it with reader. If you are new to powershell then you can execute powershell script with command prompt or if you are GUI inclined then Windows 7 also have PowerShell ISE (Integrated Scripting Environment).

February 3, 2013 comment , ,

ASP.NET MVC: Auto upgrade MVC 3 to MVC 4 application

Yeah you read it right... Its NuGet package to upgrade existing ASP.NET MVC 3 application to ASP.NET MVC 4 application. From last month or two, I was planning to create NuGet package which automatically upgrade existing MVC 3 application to MVC 4 application but somehow I was keeping it at lower priority, but during last week I observed that many readers are redirected to Upgrading an ASP.NET MVC 3 Project to ASP.NET MVC 4 from this stackoverflow question and I found that developer community are also looking for tool which automatically handle this upgrade. So I have created NuGet package and published it here https://nuget.org/packages/UpgradeMvc3ToMvc4 and whole exported package is uploaded here https://github.com/NandipMakwana/UpgradeMvc3ToMvc4

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Nandip Makwana is passionate about digital world and web. He completed his Masters in Computer Application in June 2011. Currently he is working as a Software Engineer. He has shown great promise and command over ASP.NET and technologies surrounding it during his academic years and professorial life...continue reading