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Web Forms MVP CTP7.1

Rating:        Based on 5 ratings
Reviewed:  5 reviews
Downloads: 4256
Change Set: 8ec846bfe612
Released: Jul 5, 2010
Updated: Jul 5, 2010 by tathamoddie
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

The release can be considered stable, and is in use behind several high traffic, public websites. It has been marked as a CTP release as it is not yet considered feature complete for a v1.0 release.

Build is the one that shipped with DotNetNuke 5.3. Build includes two hotfixes on top of this.

Bugs should be logged via the CodePlex Issue Tracker. Questions should be raised on the mailing list.

New in this release:
  • Added tracing throughout. Just hit ~/Trace.axd to see what we're doing within the request, which presenters are being bound, etc.
  • Added medium trust support for everything except shared presenters.
  • Fixed an issue where presenter binding would never occur if there were no MVP-based controls placed on the page statically. That is, if all MVP-based controls were injected during or after Page.Init, no presenters would ever be attached.

Reviews for this release

The code looks clean. More reference implementations/examples would be nice. The sample is too simplistic, IMHO, for me at least. Need some more code to look at that uses the library.
by jdmonty on Dec 10, 2010 at 11:27 PM
It looks awesome! but it doesn't seem to have any new release since july, is this project going to be maintained? I want to use it on PRD web apps. I'm looking forward a new release! :)
by IsmaelBraz on Oct 10, 2010 at 12:10 AM
WebFormsMVP is time saving framework for building ASP.NET WebForms using M-V-P pattern. Although the samples provided are simple but it gives a great introduction if you already know what's MVP. I rate it 5 because it's very helpful and I'm using it for about 5 months now with good performance and better development model of WebForms
by mosessaur on Sep 22, 2010 at 8:52 AM
Needs more documentation, and a lot more real world examples using MVP for ASP.NET, but a good starting point.
by ZanKavtaskin on Sep 20, 2010 at 10:13 AM
Brilliant implementation of MVP pattern! Looking forward to more documentation
by trondaa on Mar 19, 2010 at 10:46 AM