Archive for the ‘monorail’ Category

So I made the leap the other day and installed RC for Windows 7 and it all seems pretty ok. Of course i had to do the install all I need dance. Making monorail work in this new version of IIS…well I just thought I d blog about it as it didn’t work “out of […]


Hi all: During the previous two weeks I ve been presenting “An Introduction to Monorail” in Belfast for the  Developer Developer Developer Belfast and in OssBarcamp in Dublin, I said I would make the sample code available and here it is. The application presents a simple Twitter application, user can post a twitt, user can follow […]


Hi all I have updated the slides for the monorail presentation as follows (There are 23 slides if you see less it means there is caching somewhere along the lines, get them quickly  here) Comments, questions and typos all welcome so they can be corrected. Cheers


Hi there: I have just uploaded my presentation about castle Monorail, you can find it here. The sample code for the presentation will be uploaded soon into some code repository, its a bit too late and I rather go to sleep now.  🙂 Corrections and feedback are always welcome. 😀 By the way, there was […]


Hi This should be pretty exciting, I m hoping to do a talk in OSSBarcamp ( well not really a talk but  you know) and depending on votes, I might be talking in DDD Ireland too, we will see. The talk will be on Castle Project, a walk through of a sample application, the main […]


Using caching on ViewComponent


A quick one  Say you have an image or god knows what and  you need to add a link to it, in html you ll do something like <a href=”http://foo.bar/something.html”&gt; <img src=”…” /> </a> in a view you can do this <a href=$UrlHelper.For(“%{ controller=’product’}”)>     <img src=”$!Image.Path” alt=”$!Name” /> </a>