In this tip, I explain how you can use the NHaml view engine as the view engine for an ASP.NET MVC application. I demonstrate how to create NHaml views that display both static content and database records. I also discuss how you can use master pages and user controls with the NHaml view engine.
Those who are excited like me about the news of jQuery integration into Visual Studio, started adopting jQuery replacing ASP.NET AJAX Client side API. Microsoft also declared there will be a patch for Visual Studio which will support jQuery as well as intellisene for that. For the enthusiasts who just can’t for it, here is the way how we can start developing using jQuery with full intellisense support inside Visual Studio 2008: