Improving Your Validation Game with Fluent Validation for .NET

Just about every application needs some sort of validation in it. If you’re a .NET Developer, you’ve no-doubt mostly been doing validation using the data annotation attributes from the System.ComponentModel namespace. These attributes are built-in to .NET by default, and can work well in some situations, but there’s also another option that can be better in several important ways

In the session, we’ll exploring the advantages of using Fluent Validation in your C# and .NET applications. This method of validation creates cleaner code that better follows the single-responsibility principle, gives you more control over custom validation, can be fired conditionally, makes unit testing easier, and even includes client-side support for web apps. If your .NET validation game has gotten a little stale, come see how to step it up with fluent validation.

Jonathan "J." Tower

Partner & Principal Consultant, Trailhead Technology Partners

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States


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