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More content for ASP.NET WebForms

I am an enterprise web developer for a large corporation and we don't use MVC. My last job with another large corporation did not use MVC. I understand that MVC is the future, but MVP on WebForms is still a standard in many .Net shops. Can we get more content on how to do some of the coolness that's being explored in MVC in MVP. Where's the love, I'm tired of translating code and concepts from MVC to MVP :).

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      • LukeLuke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        All we use in ASP.NET Web Forms. Some aspects of ASP.NET MVC/MVVM are nice, but I don't think mixing code in with presentation markup is worth making unit tests easier to write. Of course I'm overgeneralizng, but you get the point. ASP.NET Web Forms aren't getting enough attention, despite the "One ASP.NET" mantra we heard at VSLive!.

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