Putting the M in MVC Part II

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 02 Apr 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Rob just put the M into MVC using Subsonic and a Subsonic MVC Template. The template allows you to go from 0 to functioning application in less time than it takes to listen to a Rob Zombie song. Fantastic work by Rob C, and it leads nicely into the actual question behind this series of posts: I have created domain entities like Customer, Order, etc. They come out of  repository classes backed by NHibernate. Im wondering if I send them directly to the view or if I create a ViewModel class to...

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