As mentioned in our recent blog post on the ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate, our code-generation features (namely, Add Controller and Add View) now use the T4 (Text Template Transformation Toolkit) templating technology behind the scenes. Because users can customize the templates to a great extent,
The ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate (RC) is finally out, and we wanted to give returning MVC users as well as new MVC users an overview of what the tooling in Visual Studio provides.
The MVC 1.0 RC can be downloaded right now here (Release Notes).
Note: Please see this post for an updated set of templates created for ASP.NET MVC RTM: http://blogs.msdn.com/webdevtools/archive/2009/04/28/updated-nunit-templates-for-asp-net-mvc-1-0-rtm.aspx
Vishal’s earlier blog post, ASP.NET MVC Test Framework Integration, outlined the motivation and steps for registering a third party test framework for use with ASP.NET MVC Applications.
Previously I gave an overview of new tooling features for ASP.NET MVC Framework that we are hoping to make available during MIX 2008 timeframe. You can read more about Overview of MVC Tooling Features for MIX 2008 here.
Goals: ASP.NET MVC Framework is Microsoft’s implementation of MVC framework which is hugely popular in the industry for best practices and conventions.