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First thoughts – CRUD scaffolding in the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate (RC)

Posted by paululvinius on March 1, 2009

For quiet a while a was trying to come up with something really good to write about on this first “dramatic” blog post. Finally I came to my senses, that’s not how you blog in the first place! Instead, here is just a random topic from my mind right now, to break the ice if nothing else 🙂 …

Credit to the CRUD scaffolding in the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate (RC)! The support for T4 templating is a cool feature and is especially useful in projects where you have lots of pages that shares the same design and layout, or if you’re in a large company and you want everyone to get the same default look and feel when new views are created across projects.

And the but…

Don’t know if I’m the only one, but it seems like my projects never end up being repetitive enough for me to actually use these features. At the end of the day, every new page (or view) I create turn out to share almost nothing with the previous one. Of course this totally depends on the project anyways, they are really awesome features, and maybe I just need to learn how to make better use of them.


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