It has been a long while since I posted here. I've been silent since most of the things I've been working on were not public. Now WebMatrix v2 RC is out I can admit I have been working on most of its editor features: JavaScript, Node.js, HTML, CSS, {LESS}, SaSS, Jade, EJS, Classic ASP and so on. I am going to start series of posts on WebMatrix editor functionality, its relation to Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer Express and so on. WebMatrix v2 employs the same WPF based core editor surface that first appeared in Visual Studio 2010. This allows us to share features between VS, VWD and WebMatrix.

Meanwhile, Justin made great post on WebMatrix Node.js features and here is 'WebMatrix meets node.js' Twitter feed.