Sunday, November 4, 2007

.NET Web development without ASP.NET

A couple of weeks ago, Scott Guthrie and Scott Hanselman showed the first bits of Microsoft's upcoming MVC framework for web development at the ALT.NET conference. It is amazing to see how much of ASP.NET they actually ditched to come up with a real MVC framework. Their work seems very nice (fully plugable, dependency injection, ...), and it actually looks remarkably well like MonoRail or ProMesh.NET.

My current project switched from ASP.NET to ProMesh some time ago (which was not an easy decision given ASP.NET's omnipresence), but this evolution proves it was the right thing to do.


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