Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Jul 2013 16:02 UTC
Windows "Windows 8.1 RTM will be available for OEM partners in late August. This means OEMs will be able to get the RTM bits and begin preparing devices with Windows 8.1 just in time for the holidays! We’ll have more details to share in the coming months for consumers and other customers on how to get Windows 8.1." So far, Windows 8.1 has been a massive improvement over Windows 8 on my Surface RT - except for the total system crashes (including shrieking sounds) Skype causes a few times per week.
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RE[6]: Interface
by moondevil on Tue 9th Jul 2013 06:37 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Interface"
moondevil
Member since:
2005-07-08

Everyone is mixing MVC with WebForms it is pretty much standard now.


Not really. All my ASP.NET projects so far have been WebForms based.

The point is that currently you need to hack around Visual Studio project templates in order to have mixed projects.

With Visual Studio 2013, there will only be ASP.NET projects and you get to choose which components are supported.

This will also allow for SharePoint web parts to be developed in MVC. But here the focus is to more to move into a single page app model.

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RE[7]: Interface
by lucas_maximus on Tue 9th Jul 2013 18:58 in reply to "RE[6]: Interface"
lucas_maximus Member since:
2009-08-18

For a new project yes. But I have this monstrous solution where they have just done it.

I heard from a lot of my friends from uni that are also C# / VB devs and they are in the same situation. Massive WebForms project with MVC stuff mixed in.

Scott Hanselman also mentioned that a lot of it is mixed.

I know this is anecdotal but it certain a pattern I have observed often.

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