ASP.NET MVC 2 for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 Available Now
Just wanted to let you know that we announced the General Availability of ASP.NET MVC 2 for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 via a post on Scott Guthrie’s blog recently.
To give you a quick brief, ASP.NET MVC is a free, fully-supported framework that enables developers to quickly build standards-based, SEO-friendly Web sites by offering complete control over the HTML and URLs. It also eases collaboration, development and management by enabling a clean separation of the functional areas and facilitating test driven development.
ASP.NET MVC 2 introduces extensible client side validation, enhanced model validation and asynchronous controllers and lots of other features that help developers build Web sites and applications faster.
Some of the benefits of ASP.NET MVC are:
- Helps developers build Web sites and applications faster by introducing extensible client side validation, enhanced model validation, asynchronous controllers, and several other key features
- Simplifies collaboration, development and management by enabling a clean separation of functional areas and facilitating test driven development
Is available for download at www.asp.net/mvc/download
If you would want to see some case studies on ASP.NET MVC, visit the following links:
- Online Banking Solution Benefits after ASP.NET MVC Replaces Ruby on Rails, Linux
- Developers See Faster Web Coding, Better Performance with Model-View-Controller
In one of my future posts soon, I will provide you with answers to the most common queries you would have around ASP.NET MVC, and set of resources you should refer to for understanding it completely and ramping up yourself.