Now Available: ASP.NET MVC 3 (Preview 1)

Earlier this week, we posted ASP.NET MVC 3 (Preview 1). You can download it here. ScottGu did a great write up on his blog and I would do this release a disservice if I tried to explain what this Preview contains so please check out his write up. What I do know is that ASP.NET…

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ASP.NET MVC Screencasts

MVP David Hayden has made available a number of screencasts for ASP.NET MVC that he’s built from a number of presentations held at the Tampa ASP.NET MVC Developer Group. His post on ASP.NET MVC Ajax Helpers Screencast also provides a list of ASP.NET MVC Tutorials (very handy) and ASP.NET MVC Screencasts has a several great…

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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release to Web

Yesterday, ASP.NET MVC 1.0 went live! You can download from here. There was announcement at MIX 09 in Las Vegas and a number of Microsoft blogsphere denizens have been writing about it. So rather than rehashing (or plagiarizing) other bloggers, check out these articles: ScottGu’s free ASP.NET MVC eBook Tutorial offer Phil Haack’s blog Visual…

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ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate Now Available

Microsoft’s ASP.NET MVC 1.0 is now in Release Candidate (RC). It was release last on Tuesday, Feb 3 and there’s already been a refresh to the release candidate because there was a last minute bug discovered, fixed, and QAed. So if you don’t loaded it on Tuesday, you should download the “refresh.” Full details of…

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ASP.NET MVC Design Gallery now online

The ASP.NET team has been working on an ASP.NET MVC implementation for some time now. We’re actually releasing them under two different paths: Preview released and Betas. There are Preview releases which are released through CodePlex which are released more frequently to get community feedback quickly. The Beta releases are put through a number of…

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Windows Server 2008 - The only web server you'll ever need

Having built a number of server farms in past lives, installing software is about as stimulating as watching paint dry. I recently found out that we put together a web site called Microsoft /web. It’s got a lot of great content about why to use Windows Server as your web server. One thing I found…

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