Web Forms vs. ASP.NET MVC

Posted by: Dino Espositos WebLog, on 11 Apr 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Probably I'm a bit late to the party, but as I gain confidence with ASP.NET MVC I feel I have my cents to share :-)  ASP.NET MVC is not the anti-Web Forms and Web Forms is not the anti-pattern of ASP.NET development. ASP.NET was created 10+ years ago and in the late 1990s the MS platform was VB-oriented. So it was a natural choice to design ASP.NET as a stateful framework over a stateless medium--the Web. Many of the hot features in ASP.NET (postback, viewstate, forms authentication/authorization,...

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