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This past December we released the first preview of a new
ASP.NET MVC Framework as part of the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions CTP Release. I also wrote a number
of blog posts that provide more detail on what the ASP.NET MVC framework is and
how you can optionally use it:
Introducing the ASP.NET MVC Framework
ASP.NET MVC Tutorial (Part 1)
ASP.NET MVC Tutorial (Part 2: Url Routing)
ASP.NET MVC Tutorial (Part 3: Passing ViewData from Controllers
ASP.NET MVC Tutorial (Part 4: Handling Form Edit and Post
We've had great feedback on the framework since then, and
had a ton of downloads and excitement around it. One of the common
questions people have asked me recently is "when will a new build be
released and what will be in it?".
The below post provides a few updates on what the ASP.NET
MVC feature team has been working on, and some of the new features that will be
available soon. I'm going to do a separate blog post in the future that
will cover the new ASP.NET Dynamic Data and ASP.NET AJAX feature work that is
progressing along nicely as well.
All of these features (ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Dynamic Data,
and the new ASP.NET AJAX improvements) will ship later this year and work with
VS 2008 and .NET 3.5.