Wednesday, November 4, 2009


Scott Mitchell says

"In a nutshell, ASP.NET MVC allows developers much finer control over the markup rendered by their web pages, a greater and clearer separation of concerns, better testability, and cleaner, more SEO-friendly URLs."

and in his first mention of jQuery

" jQuery can certainly be used in an ASP.NET application, although integrating client-side script into a Web Forms application can sometimes be a bit trying. JavaScript development fits more naturally with ASP.NET MVC applications; in fact, the ASP.NET MVC framework includes the jQuery libraries. "

(extracted from