Dec 192007
 

A great series of blog posts by Scott Guthrie about the ASP.NET MVC Framework coming soon as part of the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions release.


Upon hearing the news, a few friends started questioning its intent, usefulness, and longevity. Many of us have been using or contemplating conversion to the MVP pattern, most recently using WCSF. The recent split of the MVP pattern by Fowler has caused many believers to question their faith. While many are still “proving” MVP, MVC has been around for nearly 30 years. Some believe that MVP and MVC can co-exist. Here is a comparison of MVP and MVC that concludes by painting an optimistic picture of MVP and MVC contributing to each other.


ASP.NET MVC appears to be the answer to my unit testing, REST, and code separation prayers. Thank you ScottGu and team!


Check it out!

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