I’ve have just sent this email to the developers exchange group in my company:
I think you all know the routing engine that works with ASP.NET MVC framework to enable customizing URLs and mapping those to the corresponding controls, actions and their parameters.
Some of you may know too that the routing engine is not just for ASP.NET MVC, but ASP.NET in general. If you happened to download the source code of the ASP.NET MVC framework (any preview), you’d have noticed that the routing comes as DLL not in source code format like other parts of the ASP.NET MVC framework.
I have found an interesting series of articles going through the routing assembly that I thought you might be interested in:
- The MVC routing assembly – part I
- The MVC routing assembly – part II
- The MVC routing assembly – part III
- The MVC routing assembly – part IV
- The MVC routing assembly – part V
- The MVC routing assembly – part VI
- Using routing with ASP.NET web forms apps
Mohamed A. Meligy
SilverKey Technologies – Egypt
Senior Software Engineer
Hope that helps somebody.
I feel shamed for not writing genuine articles for long. This is to come soon (God Willing). Maybe in two weeks or hopefully less.
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