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MVC Framework - ASP.NET Forms

MVC and ASP.NET Web Forms are inter-related but different models of development depending on the requirement of the application and other factors. At a high level, you can consider that MVC is a more advanced and sophisticated web application framework designed with separation of concerns and testability in mind. 28 more words


So, what’s the X-factor in the A/B testing formula? [Infographic]

Here’s a great infographic explaining where to start with your web page’s A/B testing to best achieve your conversion goals.

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Web Design

Apps and Trees?

When your business uses less paper, it means cutting down fewer trees – which is a breath of fresh air for everyone!  Fulminology LLC Apps and Web Forms are transforming the way the world does business. 65 more words

Standard ASP.NET Web Forms SEO Friendly Routing

ASP.NET MVC gets all the credit currently for having SEO friendly routing as part of its inherent implementation.  However, similar routing capability was implemented into Standard ASP.NET (Web Forms) 4.0 and is part of all the later 4.x versions as well.  780 more words


Web Forms Best Practices

Here are some of the rules that will help you build better forms. As we know, it’s a mobile world, so we wish our forms to be responsive and mobile first by nature. 787 more words


ASP.NET MVC vs ASP.NET: The Debate Still Rages

This is a lengthy article that describes the history of how ASP.NET developed in the commercial environments and how ASP.NET MVC has attempted to usurp this powerful and mature environment.  3,822 more words


Sitecore Glass Attribute Helper Methods 

When using Sitecore Glass’s helpers to render content in a experience editor compatible way, it is possible to add a NameValue collection to specify attributes to be appended to the HTML element. 32 more words