My latest batch of cheat sheets is out on DRP which are focused on ASP.NET MVC. So what is in this set:
This focuses on the HTML Helpers, URL Helpers and so on that you would use within your views.
This focuses on what you return from your controller and how to use them and it also includes a lot of information on the MVC specific attributes.
This focuses on the rest of MVC like routing, folder structure, execution pipeline etc… and some info on where you can get more info (is that meta info?).
This contains ten key learnings that every ASP.NET MVC developer should know - it also includes links to the experts in this field where you can get a ton more information on those key learning's.
What are the links in the poster?
Think before you data bind
Full URL: http://www.codethinked.com/post/2009/01/08/ASPNET-MVC-Think-Before-You-Bind.aspx
Keep the controller thin
Full URL: http://codebetter.com/blogs/ian_cooper/archive/2008/12/03/the-fat-controller.aspx
Create UrlHelper extensions
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/01/asp-net-mvc-best-practices-part-1.aspx#urlHelperRoute
Keep the controller HTTP free
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/01/asp-net-mvc-best-practices-part-1.aspx#httpContext
Use the OutputCache attribute
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/01/asp-net-mvc-best-practices-part-1.aspx#outputCache
Plan your routes
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/03/asp-net-mvc-best-practices-part-2.aspx#routing
Split your view into multiple view controls
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/03/asp-net-mvc-best-practices-part-2.aspx#userControl
Separation of Concerns (1)
Full URL: http://blog.wekeroad.com/blog/asp-net-mvc-avoiding-tag-soup
Separation of Concerns (2)
Full URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Separation_of_concerns
The basics of security still apply
Full URL: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/BackToBasicsTrustNothingAsUserInputComesFromAllOver.aspx
Decorate your actions with AcceptVerb
Full URL: http://weblogs.asp.net/rashid/archive/2009/04/01/asp-net-mvc-best-practi...