Webcast: Building Your Own WebMatrix Helpers

In this episode, we look at how to build your own Helpers, making it easier for you and other developers to build websites. Erik takes us through building an IE9 Pinned App Helper, and the several approaches he discusses are all valid ways of building Helpers, including: Using CSHTML pages; Using CS classes; Using @helper […]

In this episode, we look at how to build your own Helpers, making it easier for you and other developers to build websites. Erik takes us through building an IE9 Pinned App Helper, and the several approaches he discusses are all valid ways of building Helpers, including: Using CSHTML pages; Using CS classes; Using @helper syntax.

Building WebMatrix Helpers makes sense whether you are trying to foster a developer community or just looking to make your own job easier by having helpers for repetitive code tasks.