ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate Now Available
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Published: 27 Jan 2009
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In this article, Scott examines the various features of the recently released ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate with the help of relevant explanations, source code, and screenshots. He begins with a detailed discussion of the new features oriented for Visual Studio. He then delves deep into the steps to be followed for adding and customizing Scaffold Templates. He then provides a short explanation of the MSBuild Task. He finally discusses the support for View Refactoring and also the various improvements made to Form Post, the ModelBinder API, Unit Testing, File Handling, and File Uploading in the new build of MVC 1.0. He concludes this long article by giving a short note about the various improvements available for AJAX.
by Scott Guthrie
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Today we shipped the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate (RC).  Click here to download it (note: the link just went live so if it isn’t working wait a few minutes for the server you are hitting to refresh).  It works with both Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2008 (which is free).

Today’s RC is the last public release of ASP.NET MVC that we’ll ship prior to the final “1.0” release.  We expect to ship the final ASP.NET MVC 1.0 release next month.

In addition to bug fixes, today’s build includes several new features.  It also includes some refinements to existing features based on customer feedback.  Please read the release notes that ship with the ASP.NET MVC download for full details on all changes.  The release notes include detailed instructions on how to upgrade existing applications built with the ASP.NET MVC Beta to the RC.

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User Comments

Title: Awesome article, great work!   
Name: George Loew
Date: 2009-03-25 12:20:05 AM
excellent article, scott! It is very useful and contain excellent information about ASP.NET MVC framework. I have had a chance to try this ASP.NET MVC technology with my current host ( and everything works beautifully.

I am rating 5 stars for this article and I am looking forward to your next articles.
Title: Cache Photo   
Name: Meysam
Date: 2009-03-05 2:14:50 AM
Is it possible to send cache status (304) in response to subsequent requests for a photo?

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