ASP.NET MVC, part 2 of 2

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Scott Guthrie in Stockholm, December 2 2009.

ASP.NET MVC is an alternative framework to build web applications which focuses on testability, flexibility and separation of concerns. Watch how the person behind the actual implementation of ASP.NET MVC give you a tour of the features both in the first release and upcoming version 2.0.

>>> ASP.NET MVC, part 1 of 2
 

Scott Guthrie is corporate vice president of Microsoft's .NET Developer Platform, and manages the development teams that build the Common Language Runtime (CLR), ASP.NET, Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), IIS, Commerce Server and the Visual Studio Tools for Web, Client and Silverlight development.

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      C.S. Finch

      I can really see the "Areas" really being used on large-scale projects.  To quickly authorize an entire controller say for an Admin side of a site is really cool as well.  Also, <%= Html.EnableClientValidation() %> I can see coming in handling and editing content in either a CMS or for forms (social website registration). 

       

      I am truly loving this framework.  Keep up the good work at MS.

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      SirDemon

      I always enjoy it when Scott Guthrie presents something.  Now if anyone could help me persuade my bosses to redo their site with MVC, I'd appreciate it Tongue Out

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      phreaks

      It's a shame that none of the video downloads work.

       

      I would have loved to watch this on the commute home.

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      phreaks

      *double post*

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      Dooshan

      What a great presentation. Scott Guthrie is a genious. Cool Now I know how MVC works. Thank you.

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      hpradip

      Very good presentation!!

       

      I have been using ASP.NET MVC from its very first Preview. It has improved a lot from then.

      Specially the templates. I like the new ways to generate controllers and views.

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