Using My N-Layer Architecture with ASP.NET MVC

A number of people have asked me if I have written articles on using my N-Layer architecture together with ASP.NET MVC. I haven't written anything on MVC yet, but Mike Brind (also an ASP.NET MVP) has done a great job in covering MVC using an N-Layer approach.

If you want to learn how to use my N-Layer architecture with ASP.NET MVC, check out Mike's excellent article ASP.NET MVC is not all about Linq to SQL. If you've been using my design and want to make the switch to MVC, this article is definitely worth checking out as it covers both.

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On Sunday, March 07, 2010 2:28:19 PM Nikolai said:
Hi Imar

Yeah, it would definitely be a good idea. Im doing a small test-run project with MVC. That aside, I've been following your articles with great interest and found them very informative, I have been using something similar to N-design only with smart classes as I found them less clattering in terms of the number of classes/files required, plus codesmith makes producing "most" of the code a breeze. You've done a lot great work that, Im sure, has helped a lot of developers. So great work and much appreciated!

Nik

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