Last post Mar 12, 2018 05:17 AM by DA924
Mar 12, 2018 01:05 AM|oneillj|LINK
Don't really know what MVC is but I just read an article that implies I should use it instead of web forms to best incorporate HTML5 and CSS3. The web forms don't use an HTML5 doctype. If I decide to go this route, how much relearning do I have to do? Not
really sure how all this goes together. What I'm really looking to do is create a responsive web design with ASP.Net.
Mar 12, 2018 05:12 AM|bruce (sqlwork.com)|LINK
Mar 12, 2018 05:17 AM|DA924|LINK
Don't really know what MVC
I should use it instead of web forms to best incorporate HTML5 and CSS3.
Where does it say that at?
If you want to learn MVC, then you should use it with a new project and not converting an existing ASP.NET Web form solution for the sake of going MVC.
Myself, I don't see anything stopping from using HTML5 and CSS3 with Web forms.
And you want to implement a UI design pattern for ASP.NET forms, then one can use MVP.