EPiServer CM5 R3 - Why two programming models?

Lars Flågan
Member since: 2005
 

Out of curiosity I'm wondering why EPiServer is choosing to implement two programming models for R3, MVC and WebForms.... Any comments?

#31206 Jul 08, 2009 18:55
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    We see the MVC programming model as strong candidate and it's helping us in creating more usable interfaces in the product.

    Still, we invest a lot of effort in maintaining compatibility for existing functionality and I'm venturing a guess that the web forms programming model will stick around for a long time to come.

    #31214 Jul 09, 2009 10:02
  • Lars Flågan
    Member since: 2005
     
    So what you are saying is that you will be going forward supporting both MVC and Webforms?? Is this for both site center and "template" development?
    #31222 Jul 09, 2009 17:37
  • Rene Sprietsma
    Member since: 2009
     

    When is the expected release date for EPiServer CM5 R3 ?

    #35529 Dec 15, 2009 9:21
  • Per Bjurström
    Member since: 1999
     

    The next release will be called EPiServer CMS 6, available early next year. Our new administrative interfaces will be based on MVC, templates and existing UI will be based on WebForms. Since there is a lot of interest in MVC for template development we will look into that as well in coming versions, but will we not adandon WebForms.

    #35531 Dec 15, 2009 10:10
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    EPiServer CMS5 R3 has been upgraded to EPiServer CMS 6. Currently it is in CTP2 (Community tech preview), but afaik the finale release should be Q1 next year.

    #35532 Dec 15, 2009 10:12