Last post Apr 20, 2008 03:35 AM by albertpascual
Apr 18, 2008 01:17 AM|pure.krome|LINK
Hello MVC Team,
people are quick to ask questions or to critisise, but rarely do people say thanks/good work, etc. So, I just wanted to say thanks for R1, R2 and now the R3 coming soon. The changes keep getting better and the ASP.NET MVC is making my life so much easier
to developer and test with. It's exciting to think this is going to be the way we can develop in the future with Visual Studio.
So thank you guys and gals for the effort and work put in so far and here's hoping that it keeps getting better with new releases coming out soon :) Hopefully there are others in the forum who has similar thoughts like myself and they too will add to the
thread to highlight that we appreciate all that you folks are doing and we look forward to what comes next.
The future is bright!
Apr 18, 2008 07:53 AM|Haacked|LINK
Your welcome. [:D]
Your recognition is much appreciated. We'll work hard to make sure it is deserved.
Apr 18, 2008 08:35 AM|[C.I.] Reman|LINK
The MVC Framework is one of the best thing from Microsoft. Great work :)
Apr 18, 2008 09:18 AM|cvallance|LINK
So, I just wanted to say thanks for R1, R2 and now the R3 coming soon.
I'll second that! :-)
Apr 18, 2008 09:28 AM|dimi3|LINK
Personally, I "turned" myself to Microsoft because of the ASP.NET MVC Framework.
Visual Studio 2008 + MVC Framework is a great step for productivity & flexibility.
Apr 18, 2008 02:17 PM|Boris2|LINK
Apr 18, 2008 02:20 PM|jhurrell|LINK
I also want to chime in and say how refreshing and promising it is that Microsoft is working to develop MVC and is actually making it extensible by supporting the use of third party unit test frameworks, IOC containers and mocking frameworks. This seems
like a huge departure for Microsoft and it's great to finally be a Microsoft fan without apologizing.
Thanks for all the hard work!
Apr 18, 2008 02:22 PM|katokay|LINK
Apr 18, 2008 02:37 PM|dkl|LINK
Yeah, it's great. And it will be even greater when RTM.
Apr 18, 2008 06:35 PM|anavgale|LINK
Oh this is great!!!
We are actually going ahead with planning a big commerical web site with MVC framework. We are hoping that by end of 2 months we will have a stable framework and can go to production that time. We are betting a big time here.
What I would like to see that by preview 3, if MVC team can let us know what is coming in future releases, even if it is not implemented, we can plan our work accordingly. I can understand that it is still in Preview, but at least knowing the MVC Team's
planning might help our planning.
Thanks for great work.
Apr 19, 2008 04:27 AM|pure.krome|LINK
I've actually started completly re-writing our entire live (in production) system as MVC (since R1) + linq + sql2008 (yeah, using the ctp for that).
I'm in heaven .. and there's still some more goodness to come :)
i must admit, i was waiting to see what mocking framework the MVC team will use and Guru Gu has hinted that they are using Moq, so now when R3 is released, i'll start using that. I'm using the visual studio test suit and love it (for unit testing).
If only deployment (ie. web deployment projects, etc) would be as sweet and mature as the MVC framework ... *sigh* :)
Apr 20, 2008 01:18 AM|scottgal|LINK
No hint required, the Codeplex release (http://www.codeplex.com/aspnet) already comes with Unit Tests using the MoQ framework. Please give it a try and let us know what you think.
Apr 20, 2008 02:09 AM|albertpascual|LINK
It's great until the build gets broken!
Still great to see this kinds of projects at MS.
BTW Was great meeting you last week.
Apr 20, 2008 02:33 AM|scottgal|LINK
We did update pretty quickly; but fair point the Codeplex releases will be flakier than the Preview builds.
Apr 20, 2008 03:35 AM|albertpascual|LINK
Hey no problems, happens to all of us. Still great project!