Web Development Tutorials
Razor is an alternate view engine for asp.net MVC. It was introduced in the “WebMatrix” tool and has now been released as part of the asp.net MVC 3 preview 1. Basically, Razor allows us to replace the clunky <% %> syntax with a much cleaner coding model, which integrates very nicely with HTML. Additionally, it provides some really nice features for master page type scenarios and you don’t lose access to any of the features you are currently familiar with, such as HTML helper methods.
Last week I was checking out some of the Typography Mania posts, and got really inspired to try something new. So I decided to create an abstract composition with light effects and apply that as a texture of a text, everything done only using Photoshop.
Have you ever had to take over a project, fix a bug, or code a feature? How often have you felt uncertain, lost, or upset? How many times have you wanted to find the guy who wrote the piece of code you’re working on and … thank him warmly? See figure 1. If you’re living in the same world as we are, it’s happened to you at least few times.
Classes are an integral part of Object Orientation, encapsulating state and behavior for each component in a larger system, thereby allowing us to express our software in terms of the structures and relationships which link its autonomous component parts.
It’s nice that we can create changes in Groovy objects that can be observed by an interested party, but that is only half the story. Really, we want to do some cool stuff with these changes, and what would be really magical is if we could do some of these things automatically.
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