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Does anyone know the MVC Framework release date?

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I have downloade the beta and am working with it.  But I understood that you are not yet allowed to deploy it to a website?

Is that true?

When is the production version scheduled to be released?  If you can't say exactly, could you say roughly what the expectations are??

thanks,
nrebieweb
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Hi newbieweb;

My understanding from Microsoft web site is that it is due to be release the first part of 2009 it will be in Preview release later on this year.

Can the current version be deployed?, I believe so but you need to read the Microsoft Source License for ASP.NET Pre-Release Components which can be found at the link below.

On the following link:
This CodePlex project gives you access to the code for upcoming releases that the Microsoft ASP.NET team is working on. The project gives you a look at the design and lets you have a voice in it. You can send us feedback for all ASP.NET releases on the site through the ASP.NET forums on the ASP.NET Web site.
http://www.codeplex.com/aspnet

Good luck;
Fernando
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Fernando,

> You can send us feedback for all ASP.NET releases on the site through the ASP.NET forums on the ASP.NET Web site.

Are you working for Microsoft?  Or were you meaning that I could send feedback to my friends on EE?

Anyway, let me ask you, is JavaScript as important on the MVC Framework as on ASP.NET 2.0?

I'm ust trying to understand how significant this update to MVC will be.  It looks like it will be much quicker to code than ASP.NET 2.0 and easier to test.

Cheers,
newbieweb
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Hi newbieweb;

On my last post I stated "On the following link:" the words that followed that and the link itself was from the website itself. And no I do not work, wish I did, for Microsoft.

On the following link the Scott Guthrie Blog, who does work for Microsoft, has many post on the subject. If you go to the link below which is an article on "ASP.NET MVC Framework " and in the search box type in MVC it will bring up allot more articles on the the subject.

ScottGu's Blog
Scott Guthrie lives in Seattle and builds a few products for Microsoft
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/10/14/asp-net-mvc-framework.aspx

I was just doing some research, always need to keep up with upcoming technology.

Fernando
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Thanks,
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Not a problem, glad to help.
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I posted another MVC question if you want to take a shot at it.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/JavaScript/Q_23884216.html

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