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The Future of DNN Speaks Razor - #4 The Death of ASP.net MVC

Along came MVC to provide a new solution. And there are quite a few things it's done very, very well. And a lot of things that won't make it. Our goal is to focus our time and energy on the relevant parts and ignore the rest. In this part 4 of my Series The Future of DNN Speaks Razor, I'll explain why ASP.net MVC started well but was overtaken by the internet, and why the resulting good solution is still called MVC, even though it's not Model-View-Controller.

The Future of DNN Speaks Razor - #3 The Death of WebForms

As you might have heard, you have to migrate to Razor soon. Old-school developers have a hard time understanding why WebForms should be replaced, since it's worked to well for more than 10 years. So in this part 3 of my Series The Future of DNN Speaks Razor, I'll explain why WebForms turned out to be the wrong solution for web development and how the web changed to make WebForms' strengths obsolete.

The Future of DNN Speaks Razor - #2 But What is Razor?

As you might have heard, you have to migrate to Razor sooner than later, and the earlier you start, the more you will be creating future-compatible material today. This is part 2 of the Series The Future of DNN Speaks Razor. In this post I'll explain what Razor is, why it's not MVC (even though Razor is popular there as well) and more.


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