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Last post Dec 03, 2012 03:37 PM by bruce (sqlwork.com)
Feb 18, 2011 02:52 PM|LINK
Can we intergrate the MVC framework in Sharepoint 2007
Feb 18, 2011 03:23 PM|LINK
You should look at implementing MVP in SharePoint:
Feb 18, 2011 08:01 PM|LINK
sharepoint is webforms, mvc is not.
So I think it is very difficult.
You can look at
Feb 19, 2011 03:37 AM|LINK
You can squize ASP.NET MVC in there by using the Internet Sites template but I will not recommend it. You can always call the SharePoint web services if you need your ASP.NET MVC to show lists from SharePoint or have the views content kept and edited in
Feb 21, 2011 03:46 AM|LINK
I prefer not to integrate ASP.NET MVC with the Sharepoint site. Not only it will cause more headache, but also when there is a problem with the Sharepooint site, it will take time to resolve. Sharepoint itself is quite complex and I often spend a lot of
times tracing the problems.
Unlike any ASP.NET 4.0 or ASP.NET MVC site (which are relatively easy to solve), Sharepoint is just different. It works differently :-)
Feb 21, 2011 12:09 PM|LINK
i meant by using the MVC framework in the Sharepoint custom webpart
is it possible.....
Feb 21, 2011 12:18 PM|LINK
No because the webparts don't fit in the MVC pattern. Use the MVP Pattern that is suited for ASP.NET WebForms applications.
Dec 03, 2012 03:07 PM|LINK
If you are looking to have your SharePoint applications (Web Parts, _layouts pages) a well structured design with Separation of Concerns (SoC) in mind, you might want to check out Juicy Presentation
Pattern or Juipp for SharePoint, An MVC-like open source framework that works great with SharePoint and ASP.NET
Dec 03, 2012 03:37 PM|LINK
sharepoint 2010 is asp.net 3.5 and doesn't support MVC. if you are using sharepoint 2013 which uses .net 4.0, then you can use MVC, but will need to change the web.config to allow MVC to run, but its not recommened. actualy with sharepoint 2013, even webfom