LolaTheriotASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 Released

ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 are released, which include lots of new features and improvements that enable the developers to build, deploy and manage great Web sites and applications.

Need to Build Better Websites-

Visual Studio 2010
Visual Studio 2010 makes it easier to edit, search, and navigate code. Improved VB and C# Intellisense makes it even easier to find and use classes within the .NET Framework. Improved JavaScript IntelliSense enables better AJAX development.

New code navigation and visualization features enable to find quickly and navigate large projects and visualize dependencies across your code-base. Improved unit testing, debugging and profiling help support builds robust applications.

ASP.NET Web Forms
With ASP.NET 4, Web Forms controls now render clean, semantically correct, and CSS friendly HTML markup. Built-in URL routing functionality allows you to expose clean, search engine friendly, URLs and increase the traffic to your Website.
ViewState within applications is smaller and can now be more easily controlled. And more controls, including rich charting and data controls, are now built-into ASP.NET 4 and enable you to build applications even faster.

ASP.NET MVC
ASP.NET MVC 2 is now built-into VS 2010 and ASP.NET 4, and provides a great way to build web sites and applications using a model-view-controller based pattern. ASP.NET MVC 2 adds features to easily enable client and server validation logic, provides new strongly-typed HTML and UI-scaffolding helper methods, enables more modular/reusable applications, and facilitates a clean unit testing and TDD workflow with Visual Studio 2010.

Web Deployment
Visual Studio 2010 makes deploying your Websites easy. You can now publish your Websites and applications to a staging or production server from within Visual Studio itself.

Visual Studio 2010 makes it easy to transfer all your files, code, configuration, database schema and data in one complete package. VS 2010 also makes it easy to manage separate web.config configuration files settings depending upon whether you are in debug, release, staging or production modes.

Tags: , , , , , ,