Codeplex becomes an important part of the framework release cycle. Formal releases on http://www.asp.net while Codeplex hosts the interim work. Codeplex has source code for bits too.
New bits pushed to http://www.codeplex.com/aspnet today. Each area also has a roadmap for the technology.
Demo of client side data-binding and templates. Similar binding syntax to WPF / Silverlight. Lots of powerful declarative constructs such as commands etc (Bertrand Le Roy)
MVC demo (Phil Haack)
Dynamic data on MVC demo - blog application. (Scott Hunter)
Además de Windows Azure hay una gran cantidad de nuevas noticias para desarrolladores en PDC, trataré
I took some raw notes from the PDC keynote today, during Scott Gu’s presentation that I thought I would share. Enjoy: Reviewed some of the Windows 7 highlights .NET 3.5 SP 1 improvements Graphical improvements Start up performance of .NET code WPF improvements,
PDC PDC 2008 - PDC Pre-Conference: Concurrent and Parallel Programming - Microsoft PDC 2008: Day 1 Wrap
Nice features; though I wish you elaborated on each feature.
Remove ID bloat and "mangling". How?
Love the look of the WebForms features. I think this will help the WebForms model be a good alternative to ASP.NET MVC.
The improvements to ViewState should also help reduce the difficulties of AJAX development.
Reza - it's pretty difficult just taking notes in a session while still trying to absorb all that's being said. You have very little time to capture things. If you want more details I suggest you watch the session recording - that's really the point of the notes - to give you a taste of the content.
That said, they coverred a lot of ground and few details were given on certain features. On the particular features you mention I can tell you what was meant. Developers will have control over the generated server control IDs including the way that control IDs are generates for container controls. That means you can dispense with mangling (as you specify what the control ID is) and bloat (as you can specify minimal IDs).
How long do we have to wait for this?
Please don't say 2010!!?!
Sorry Eric, I don't believe we've announced anything on timescales. Best regards, Mike
We are upgrading framework and possibly incorporate the features supported by these frameworks. Based on the tentative release schedule the features will and hence our implementation will also change. We are right now debating if it should be 3.5 or 4.0. What would be very tentative date be like 1Q2010 2Q09 etc?
As I said, I don't believe we've made any announcements on timescales. Mike
A few suggestions for sessions you might want to watch. By no means does this mean other sessions on
where can i find the demo used in pdc2008 ? i want to use the same at a conference
I took some raw notes from the PDC keynote today, during Scott Gu’s presentation that I thought I would