On Monday, November 12, 2012 5:17:50 PM UTC-5, Jeremy Miller wrote:
> There's absolutely nothing in all of FubuMVC that ways you have to put
> only 1 or any number of actions on a single class. *I* don't like the
> Handler convention because I think it has very poor "discoveribility" and
> traceability compared to using endpoint/controller action names that are a
> bit more unique. Just try CTRL-N on "GetHandler" and see where that gets
> Yeah, we should have a nuget for the handler conventions. Maybe I can do
> that tonight on the couch.
> This is freaking awesome! Thank you, Jeremy, Josh, et al.
> I nuked everything and re-installed from the TC feed without much issue.
> For me, only 2 things showed up.
> 1. Is there an AntiForgeryPolicy in the new bottle?
> 2. Will the new HandlerConventions repo get a Nuget package at some
> On the topic of the HandlerConventions, I know quite a few use it, and
> Jeremy is not fond of it. I'm curious as to what people's thoughts are
> regarding it's use vs. not. If you use Handlers, what are your reasons? If
> you dislike the pattern, I'm even more interested in why?
> I use Handlers to minimize unused dependencies. For example, if my
> Controller has 3 actions and 2 of them have a particular set of
> dependencies, but the other action does not.
> Thanks again to all!
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