The recently released ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate broke a couple things in my Wiki sample I originally built for MSDN magazine. So, I've updated them again. Major changes:
- Updated the ModelBinder implementation to match the new semantics
- Using the global model binder registration instead of the attributes on the action method (although to be honest there's no really good reason for this)
- No more view codebehind files
At this point, the sample runs, but it's showing it's pedigree as code that's come up from the original CTP's through beta. So after the final release, I'll do one more refresh on this project, and rebuild it from scratch using the final project templates and the latest MVC stuff. I don't expect a whole lot of change in the controllers, and none in the domain model. But the views I expect will change significantly. Hopefully I can grab one of the new themes from the MVC design gallery so folks don't need to keep looking at my ugly lack of CSS skills. ;-)
I've put a permanent home for this sample on my blog at this page: http://www.tavaresstudios.com/Blog/page/ASPNET-MVC-Wiki-Sample.aspx. Go there for download instructions.