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I am attempting to compile the relevant resources for ASP.NET MVC Framework Preview 2 at one place so that you will not have to keep searching around...
ASP.NET MVC Preview 2 Download Location:
Preview 2 Download (English-US) - Microsoft.com download location to get the latest MVC bits...
ASP.NET MVC Documentation:
Home Page - Asp.Net home page where you can find latest updates on ASP.NET MVC Framework in general...
User Documentation - The official Microsoft user documentation on ASP.NET MVC Framework...
Readme File - Contains a ton of information on how to install the preview 2 and how can it play well if you already have MVC Framework Preview 1, Silverlight etc...
ASP.NET MVC Learning
Forums - There is a ton of activity on ASP.NET MVC Framework forums, this is a great way of getting your questions answered...
Videos - There are some great quick start videos on ASP.NET MVC Framework available here, we will be adding more videos here going forward to do keep checking
ASP.NET MVC Blogs
ASP.NET MVC CodePlex Source Code
Hope this helps...
Vishal R. Joshi | Program Manager | Visual Studio Web Developer
Awesome work! I'm looking forward to digging into this over the weekend.
One thing. I'm just exploring the "Walkthrough: Creating a Basic MVC Project in Visual Studio" resource. I'm totally new to MVC so I may be missing something but shouldn't the ActionLinks in the navigation -
contain the 3rd parameter for the controller like -
<%=Html.ActionLink("Home", "Index", "Home")%>?
Otherwise, when you navigate to the Login page and use the Home (and About) tabs it uses the Login not the Home controller and you get a "page not found error".
There is an overload for Html.ActionLink() which also takes the controller name... You can use that in such sitution that you have described above...
Hi, I learned from weblogs.asp.net/scottgu that Asp.net MVC Preview2 source codes will be released, however I can't find it anywhere.
Do you have any words on this? Thanks!
I downloaded and installed MVC Preview 2 but cannot find the ASP.NET MVC Project template in VS2008.
Am I missing something...
I could find the same. I was looking under File > New > WebSite
The templates are in:
File > New > Project > <anylanguage> > Web > ASP.NET MVC Web Application
and File > New > Project > <anylanguage> > Test > ASP.NET MVC Test