Goals and Objectives :

Objectives Service Oriented Architecture(SOA),.NET, J2EE,TDD,XP,RUP,WATERFALL Methodology,Arduino,3D Printer,Cloud Computing,AJAX

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Model/View/Provider and Black Art of Mock Objects

References:
1. http://haacked.com/archive/2006/08/09/ASP.NETSupervisingControllerModelViewPresenterFromSchematicToUnitTestsToCode.aspx

2.

http://www.jpboodhoo.com/blog/AnswersToSomeGoodQuestions.aspx


3. http://blog.vuscode.com/malovicn/archive/2007/02/04/tdd-rhino-mocks-part-1-introduction.aspx


4. Rhino Mock Documentation

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I had some MVP blog sometime ago. I am glad that I do not need to deal with it anymore -- I am working on Siebel for now.

From Siebel I can see that databinding is the way to go, and the databinding must use be easy with objects (M$ sucks here), and we must about a dozen of good controls (agaqn, M$ sucks here).

Siebel and Rocky are right: MVP or MVC is not the issue, as long as you use objects, and you use a dozon of good controls, you are good even for pretty complicated UIs, no need to be addict to MVP/MVC -- ya, java guys (I know you are not; but MVC is pushed by java envy complex -- which usually I am sympathetic to :-)), wake up! MVC is not the end/beginning of the world.