December 31, 2010
December 12, 2010
MvcContrib.FluentHtml works with the Razor view engine. To use it now, you have two choices. You can build from the trunk, or copy this class into your MVC 3 web app. Then put the following line in your markup file (with your view’s model as the generic parameter):
If you decided to put the ModelWebViewPage class into your app directly, of course, adjust the namespace accordingly. You should also remove any @model directive because the @inherits directive tells the view what the model is.
You probably also want to add this to the namespaces section of your Views web.config file (not the app level web.config):
Use the fluent helpers just like you would in an aspx file, except with Razor syntax of course. For example:
@this.TextBox(x => x.FirstName).Id("firstName").Class("someClass").AutoLabel()