Category Archives: ASP.NET MVC

Create magic with APE

I would like to present to you, “APE”. APE stands for “Awesome Property Extractor” and is simply a framework for extracting properties and their values from arbitrary data and turn them into strongly typed C# properties and values. To begin with, we have created a package for Umbraco called APE.Umbraco. What is APE.Umbraco APE.Umbraco is […]


Real MVC App using Umbraco – revisited

So, it seems that my latest post has generated a lot of debate throughout the umbraco community. Thank you! Me and my coworkers at Lund & Andresen IT (in Danish), has been using this method for a couple of months now, and we’ve found a couple of issues that I didn’t think of. But now […]


How to create a real MVC app using umbraco

UPDATE! I have revisited this post, please read this one as well! Last week my coworkers and I, where discussing how to build a real mvc app using Umbraco. The starting point was quite simple, we started by simply dissecting each element in an umbraco site to be able to see the greater picture. This […]


How to make localized models in Umbraco MVC

MVC, it’s the sh*t. Everything is so much easier when we use MVC. So when Umbraco came out with version 5, I was super happy, because I could now use my favorite framework on my favorite CMS. Then Umbraco killed v5 and we had to go back to webforms and simple razors… BUT, then Umbraco […]


Future of NMultiSelect

Now that I have made a few releases of my jQuery plug-in, NMultiSelect, I have begun work on a future version of the plug-in, version 2.0. At the moment that version has the following features, that the current (1.5.4) doesn’t: The new features (at the moment) are: Full jQuery 1.6+ compatibility (I like to move […]


NMultiSelect 1.5.4

Just a service update. I think I was way to fast in releasing the 1.5.3-version. It was extremely buggy, had a few bugs and didn’t live up to the standards I think a release from me should meet. So therefore, forget the 1.5.3 (throw it away and never look back!) and get the latest NMultiSelect […]


Quick bug-fix, new features and Github

Hi, sorry about the time since my last post, I’ve just been so damn busy. After being notified about a serious bug (a missing function, thanks wilco) and a few new features (thanks Jimmy), I’ve decided to add the project to github. All source code is now located on, except for pre-1.5.3-releases. The code […]


NMultiSelect v. 1.5.2

UPDATE I know this is a very popular version, but I have made an update for it. It has more features and is much more stable. You can always find the latest NMultiSelect version here: OK, I know, I’m just throwing new versions out, but what else to do? When you guys ask me […]


NMultiSelect v. 1.5.1

Okay, now I’m back with a "minor" update for the NMultiSelect jQuery plugin. This new version has a few bugfixes and a few new features, including animation and box titles. This release was not intended to be released for a few months, but "Flo" ( made me aware of a "major" inconvenient bug, which has […]


NMultiSelect v. 1.5

Info: The previous version rendered an enormous amount of forreign visitors, si I have decided to write this entry in plain english, to avoid confusion. I’ve been on it again. After using the NMultiSelect 1.0 plugin my self in a project, I realized that it had it’s limitations. Some very anoying. The first anoying thing […]