11 responses

  1. Jordan
    March 10, 2011

    Great sample but I couldn’t see anything about Cleanup. With view first resolution, what makes sure that the view model disposes when a view closes?

  2. Anthony Geoghegan
    February 2, 2011

    This is a really good series. Keep up the good work.

    However I think there’s a typo in the supplied source code for this example. The Customer class constructor “phone” parameter is never assigned to the Phone property. Instead there’s a cyclic reference Phone = Phone.

  3. Jesse Liberty
    January 7, 2011

    Satish, I’m not 100% certain I understand what you are getting at, but will look over the posting and try to formulate a coherent response as soon as I can.

  4. Jesse Liberty
    January 7, 2011

    @Jeff B
    Your comments were totally fine, and thanks for the kind words.

  5. Jesse Liberty
    January 7, 2011

    You are very kind, and in the spirit of no good deed goes unpunished, please do tell your friends and tweet about it; traffic is the currency in blogs :-)

  6. Seth
    January 7, 2011

    @Josh – on me too I guess then! It is that good
    @Jesse – thanks.

  7. satish
    January 7, 2011

    Hi Jesse,
    I have asked this question already in twitter. In your tutorial you have binded a property Customers..
    Q1) what will happen if you have a Typo in your Property (ie) Obviously binding will produce an error at run time… and there are lot of ways to find it as well… But It would be great if we use the Asp.net MVC View Concept Such us strongly Typed view like
    http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/01/10/asp-net-mvc-2-strongly-typed-html-helpers.aspx — as shown in the Blog Post will Help us avoiding lot of error with this Binding.. making it strongly Typed has lots of benfit Like testablity,ViewModel Creation become Genrics enabled..
    Can you please Mail me back the answer.. it will be very helpful …

  8. Jeff B
    January 7, 2011

    I am also very happy with this series. You are providing great content for the community. I apologize for my comment on your book/movie collection.

  9. Josh
    January 7, 2011

    This series continues to be great. I’m finding myself watching my Google Reader feed all afternoon, waiting for the next installment. (This is also probably a commentary on me, but still…)

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