Binding, Attributes, & Configuration

Visual Studio 2013    |    Intermediate
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Learn about binding, including model, formatter, and parameter binding, and working with custom binders. In addition, explore data annotations, validation, routing and route tables, configuration, and named actions.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recall how to do Model Binding with ASP.NET Web API
    recall how to do Formatter Binding with ASP.NET Web API
    recall how to do Parameter Binding with ASP.NET Web API
    create a custom ValueProvider
    create a custom ModelBinder
    create a custom ParameterBinding
  • use attributes from the System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations namespace to set validation rules
    use custom validation attributes to annotate your model
    compare fluent validation and data annotation
    describe how the Web API framework receives a request, and routes the request to an action
    create a Web.config file for your application and set the validateRequest attribute
    describe how to use convention-based routing in conjuction with the new attribute routing

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Using Model Binding
    4m 7s
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    2. 
    Formatter Binding
    6m 38s
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    3. 
    Parameter Binding
    2m 47s
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    4. 
    Working with Custom ValueProviders
    11m 53s
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    5. 
    Working with Custom ModelBinders
    7m 45s
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    6. 
    Working with Custom ParameterBinders
    10m 21s
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    7. 
    Data Annotations
    4m 29s
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    8. 
    Custom Validation Attributes
    5m 36s
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    9. 
    Request Validation with Fluent Validation
    5m 52s
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    10. 
    Request Routing and Route Tables
    7m 36s
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    11. 
    Configuration
    5m 1s
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    12. 
    Named Actions
    4m 36s

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