ASP.NET MVC 6: What’s New

March 10, 2015 at 9:37 am | Posted in Microsoft, Vendor news | Leave a comment
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ASP.NET 5 MVC 6 is the latest installment in the ASP.NET with MVC family of cloud- and desktop-based application processing. ASP.NET 5 MVC 6 is now fully integrated with the ASP.NET API to create a more powerful processing environment.

There are many advantages to incorporating the new product into your development toolkit. One main advantage is its capacity to synchronize application tasks to avoid duplication of efforts and streamline the process. In the past, MVC only ran in IIS. The new ASP.NET vNext will allow MVC to combine with Web API to create a unified processing environment. There will be one model to hold one set of unified concepts.

Even more excitement is in store when developers note the smooth transition from Web Pages to MVC. In addition to creating pipeline efficiency, you will now be able to run application processing on IIS or enable your application to self-host, based on the new request pipeline contained in ASP.NET vNext. MVC 6 can even run on top of your existing desktop or cloud optimized run-time is an option. Even your Web Forms can run on top cloud optimized run-time.

These developments continue to show that ASP.NET MVC is fluid, growing and aims to meet your development and creative needs for new products and services. Stay tuned as we learn how Microsoft plans to incorporate MVC 6 into the current generation of MCP and MCSD certifications.

— Shahara Ruth

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