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Jul 03, 2008 02:12 PM|LINK
Sorry, but you fail. It sucks for you because you are NOT a web developer, just a windows developer who pretends he can do a website. Without all the premade asp:controls and the horrible viewstate/postback you're left with your knowloedge of web and http,
which is obviously zero.
Try to make a real web site or application following official standards with webforms and you'll learn what the word PAIN means. Try to do mantainable, extensible and testable code with webforms and you'll also learn what FRUSTRATION means.
WebForms is just "Web for dummies". Not for professionals. It's to facilitate windows forms developers with something similar to what they're used, but that's not how a web app or site should be made. Go learn (x)html, css, unobtrousive JS, web standards,
accessibility, SEO, etc etc etc then see if you still will to claim that MVC sucks.
So tired of hearing from amateurs wev devs that professionals approach suck... really tired.