Creating a nested html list for the Category List in BlogEngineNET - Part Two

by Aboo Bolaky 12. November 2008 10:09

Quick Recap:

Part One : Outlines the steps required to build an nested HTML List for the Categories in BlogEngine.NET. The List can then be used on the FrontEnd section of the site.Full details of the walkthrough can be found here.

I've been working on Part Two of the solution (obviously,this builds upon the work done in Part One), which is about binding the Categories collection to a treeview control, thus making life a lot easier on the backend page. Walkthrough of Part Two

I do reckon that there is a lot to read on those two articles ..but I hope it's well worth it !! Cool

 

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Creating a nested html list for the Category List in BlogEngineNET - Part One

by Aboo Bolaky 8. November 2008 12:18

I've been following up the success of BlogEngine.Net closely and amongst its successful releases, I noticed that the Category List control has hardly changed at all.  Am I being too fussy here or is it time for a change?  I must admit that BlogEngine.Net is based on a rock-solid platform and has indeed exceeded my expectations in terms of architecture and extensibility.

[Kudos to the BlogEngine Team]

The purpose of this article is to outline the steps required to produce a nested list of categories from BlogEngine.Net.

UPDATE (08th November 2008):

WHERE is the article? I realised that the article is too lengthy to be included as a post. So i decided to create a Page instead : Creating a nested html list for the Category List in BlogEngineNET

I'm currently working on PART TWO of the article. Well, you ask, what is PART TWO about? In a nutshell, it will allow you to bind the Category List to a treeview control (for use in the admin section). 

Please let me know what you think. Cool

  

UPDATE (12th November 2008):

Part Two has just been published. You can access it here

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