Friday, October 09, 2009

ASP.NET MVC Cheat Sheets

Most of you have seen many jQuery Cheat Sheets out in the wild, but as of recently there are now also many ASP.NET MVC Cheat Sheets to chose from.

If you know of any other ASP.NET MVC Cheat Sheets, please let me know and I’ll add it to the above list. I hope these prove to be helpful for you. You might consider printing them out and posting them on your cubical walls ;)

Note: Instead of hosting the PDF’s on my server, I am pointing to the source website for you to download the Cheat Sheets from there.

Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 1.0


DZone

You'll learn how to setup your environment and how to create a web application. Then, you'll get to go deeper into detail and learn about components of the framework along with the structure of the main API.

ASP.NET MVC: The Request-Handling Pipeline


RequestHandling

Illustrates which parts of the ASP.NET MVC Framework get called when a request is made. Check out the purpose and features of routing, controllers, actions, and views.

ASP.NET MVC: View Cheat Sheet


ViewCheatSheet
The View Cheat Sheets focuses on the HTML Helpers, URL Helpers and so on that you would use within your views.

ASP.NET MVC: Controller Cheat Sheet


Controllers

The Controller Cheat Sheet focuses on what you return from your controller and how to use them and it also includes a lot of information on the MVC specific attributes.

ASP.NET MVC: Framework Cheat Sheet

Framework

Framework Cheat Sheet focuses on the rest of MVC like routing, folder structure, execution pipeline etc.

ASP.NET MVC: Proven Practices Cheat Sheet

ProvenPractices

Proven Practices Cheat Sheet contains ten KEY learnings that every ASP.NET MVC developer should know - it also includes links to the experts in this field where you can get a ton more information on those key learning's. 

ASP.NET MVC 101 Sheet

aspnetmvcCheatSheet

This sheet contains some snippets and information about ASP.NET MVC 1.0, C├ęsar Intriago compiled most of this information from the ASP.NET MVC official site and from the free chapter of ASP.NET MVC 1.0 eBook:

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