By default when you do a build on an ASP.NET MVC project it
compiles all code within the project, except for the code within view
files. With the ASP.NET MVC Beta you had to roll your own MSBuild task if
you wanted to compile the views. The ASP.NET MVC RC build now includes a
built-in MSBuild task that you can use to include views as part of the project
compilation process. This will verify the syntax and code included inline
within all views and master pages for the application, and give you build
errors if it encounters any problems.
For performance reasons we don't recommend running this for
quick compiles during development, but it is convenient to add to particular
build configuration profiles (for example: staging and deployment) and/or for
use with Build or CI (continuous integration) servers.