ASP.NET MVC Design Gallery and Upcoming View Improvements with the ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate
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Published: 19 Dec 2008
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In this article, Scott provides a sneak preview of View-related improvements which will be included with the upcoming release of ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate. Firstly, he introduces the newly released ASP.NET MVC Design Gallery through which templates can be downloaded for use with MVC projects and examines each one of the feature with the help of detailed explanation and screenshots. Towards the end of the article, Scott provides the usage of MSBuild tasks for Compiling Views and some of the other new features.
by Scott Guthrie
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Today we launched a new ASP.NET MVC Design Gallery on the site. The design gallery hosts free HTML design templates that you can download and easily use with your ASP.NET MVC applications. Included with each design template is a Site.master file, a CSS stylesheet, and optionally a set of images, partials, and helper methods that support them. 

The gallery allows you to preview each of the designs online, as well as download a .zip version of them that you can extract and integrate into your site. The gallery allows anyone to create and submit new designs under the creative commons license. Visitors to the gallery can vote to provide feedback on them (thumbs up/thumbs down). The most popular designs show up at the top of the gallery.

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We think this will provide a useful way for developers to more easily create attractive, standards compliant, sites.  It will also hopefully encourage folks to create and share designs that can be easily re-used by others.

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