Your Sitecore data needs to reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices that only RESTful applications can fulfill. Use Sitecore and MVC to build REST services for providing your customers and users with rich, interactive applications.
Today on Sitefinity version 7, there still isn’t a way of adding scripts and styles to MVC widgets, so I have come up with a workaround to do this… better late than never. I consider it a hack because this only works in hybrid mode and assumes the page is a Web Form. I created this as an HTML helper for MVC and can now do this on your views.
If you are like any other coder, cutting and pasting snippets should put up a red flag in your mind. You will quickly hit this threshold when creating CRUD-services for MVC 4 applications over and over again. This lead me to create a repository pattern using generic types and base controller classes that I would like to share with you.
Did you know in Razor markup can auto-resolve paths? Take a look at this gem built into MVC 4.
The mobile revolution has created a plethora of new platforms and languages. It
is rare to see old technologies successfully reaching new grounds together. A good
example of this is .NET MVC and jQueryMobile. The blends of Razor, HTML, CSS, and jQuery make mobile a very familiar territory, a package that makes things quick, easy, and beautiful!