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ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate

The ASP.NET MVC team released their Release Candidate product last Tuesday.  The team is still tracking well to their 1.0 release later this month.

You can download the RC version from the ASP.NET MVC web site.

On a semi-related note, there is also a MEAP (Manning Early Access Program) update for the ASP.NET MVC in Action including a handful of new chapters.  Currently the first 11 of 14 are available.

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Holy MVC Batman! It’s Codeingiter!

What have I been up to?  I’ve been looking into some MVC (model-view-controller) frameworks.  Of course, Ruby on Rails is the top dog in the MVC areana and yes, RoR is excellant.  But what about MVC in a non-Ruby environment?

Well, first there was CakePHP, and then ASP.NET MVC (a promissing MVC framework for ASP.NET).  But, then there was Codeigniter!  A small, compact framework based on PHP.

What makes this framework unique?  Not only is it compact, but it’s also very flexible.  It allows the developer to implement the MVC pattern without locking them in a rigid pattern, enforced by code.  I like this because it allows me to generally code to the pattern, but easily make exceptions where it makes sense.