Should I use MVC or web form for a responsive web application project?

Hi, I will be using VS Ultimate 2013.
Brief description for this application. This will be an extranet web application. Windows authentication will be used. I have a new project where i need a grid. Data will be pulled from MSSQL. The 1st 2 columns will have text pulled from the database. The 3rd column will display a date from the database. when user clicks to edit each entry, they will be taken to a web page with a form filled with data, form MSSQL. User can also create and submit new entry by filling out a new form.

It's seems that using GridView control would be easy enough but I don't think it's responsive. So, should I do this in MVC or still stick with web form but using only HTML? I think either way I would BootStrap framework. Welcome any input here, thank you.
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Maybe this sample application will help it uses both.

Single-Page Applications: Build Modern, Responsive Web Apps with ASP.NET
lapuccaAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  Good article
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