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ASP.NET MVC framework vs ASP.NET Web Forms

Posted By: rakesh on 7/12/2010 12:13:14 AM | Comments:1 [Forward This]
hey, how the ASP.NET MVC framework differs from the current ASP.NET Web Forms, Please Explain.

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Reply by: rakesh on: 7/12/2010 12:15:13 AM
The following are the differences between web forms and asp.net mvc • Web Forms is hard to test as compared to ASP.NET MVC application • ASP.NET MVC requires you to specify every little bit of HTML as comared to web forms. • The Separation of Concerns (SoC) is not proper in Web Forms Development. In MVC there is a clear separation between your UI and code. • Web Forms was designed to abstract the Web machinery whereas ASP.NET MVC was designed with testability and DI in mind • ASP.NET MVC takes you towards a better design of the code • ASP.NET MVC is not Event Driven where asp.net web forms use events. • ASP.NET MVC does not have third party control support.Web forms provide rich support for third party controls. • In Web Forms to achieve statefulness, state of every page stored in viewstate which often rendered on client page as a hidden field. • In ASP.NET MVC no viewstate is ever required to persist the state of the page. • In Web Forms the post back model of ASP.NET page makes it harder for search engines to rank the page. No posback is needed in ASP.NET MVC.
 
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