It’s finally there and now come with a “go-live” license. I have been waiting for a long time for it to be enough stable (never had any problem before) to use it for “real” clients (not for my own personal use).
I have been reading this ASP.NET MVC beta post by ScottGu which is describing a bunch of new features and I found 2 that I personally find great.
The first one is about the new “Add View” menu. This option enable us to make a strongly typed view easily. Not that it was hard to do before. But it’s a nice feature that will improve our experience with ASP.NET MVC.
The second most enjoyable feature is the addition of the FormCollection parameter to an action. Unit testing without requiring to mock anything is great.
And finally, ScottGu is talking about something new for ASP.NET WebForms in the new .NET 4.0. We will noew have complete control over the ClientId property.