Efficient JSON communication in ASP.NET MVC

A really short example on how ASP.NET MVC can be used for two-way JSON string communication. using System;using System.Collections.Generic;using System.Linq;using System.Text;using System.Web.Mvc;using SenseNet.ContentRepository.Storage;using SenseNet.ContentRepository.Storage.Security;using System.Web.Script.Serialization;using System.Runtime.Serialization.Json;namespace SenseNet.Services.ContentStore{ public class JsonFilter : ActionFilterAttribute { public string Param { get; ... [More]

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Custom view for the custom fields

Peter already wrote a few words about managing the custom fields of a Content List. The idea is that the collection of the custom fields can be presented as a list itself. This is possible because the topmost layer (e.g. a ListView) only needs a collection of Contents to work. The background of this - using Content fields with the standard Eval method and the way of presenting the custom fields as a list of Contents - will be a subject of another post (dynamic, in-memory content type creation, a... [More]

Creating a new template for a built-in content list view

One of the main features of the Xmas preview edition of Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 5 is the Content List View framework. A Content List View is basically an ASP.NET User Control that can be used to display Content items in various fashions. We have created the framework to allow for several levels of customization. Deployers and builders have the option to create entirely new User Controls either with a compiled classbehind dll placed in the binary folder of the Sense/Net installation, or... [More]

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