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WebForms vs MVC–The War Is Over

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I just finished listening to a DotNetRocks podcast today with Paul Sheriff which largely talked about creating mobile web sites using ASP.NET WebForms.

During the show they discuss when you might use WebForms vs MVC and pointed out that WebForms still have their place, particularly in the corporate world, since they are just as testable as MVC and yet much easier to get something up and running quickly.  This is in contrast to a public facing site that might need to be as light weight as possible and therefore need the extra control that MVC can give you.… Read the rest

ASP.NET MVC – Is The Grass Really Greener?

iStock_000001889684Medium There are three ways now to write a web site in ASP.NET:

  • Use Classic ASP model with everything in the ASPX file and only use HTML controls without the runat=”server” attribute
  • Use the Web Forms model
  • Use the new ASP.NET MVC model

Each have their own benefits that need to be weighed carefully prior to moving forward with a design. … Read the rest