MVC (Model-View-Controller) now comes to ASP.NET too. As Scott Gu says "If you are looking to build your web applications using a MVC approach, I think you'll find this new ASP.NET MVC Framework option very clean and easy to use. It will enable you to easily maintain separation of concerns in your applications, as well as facilitate clean testing and TDD." Scott has written a series of blog posts on this new addition to the ASP.NET family. Read them:
Note: However, please do not blindly use MVC pattern for each and every website that you create. Like most of the design Patterns, the MVC has its own disadvantages like performance hits and writing extra code.Make sure you dont take the pain without a reason.
Again, MVC model is only an additional model/approach to develop ASP.NET applications and not a replacement for the existing rendering ASP.NET framework.
Asp.Net MVC 3 RTM is released. You can download it from here:
To find out whats new in Asp.NET MVC 3 watch this link:
ASP.NET MVC framework 2.0 which can be downloaded here:
You can now also download the source code for the project at:
The first version of the ASP.NET MVC framework was 1.0, which can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=53289097-73ce-43bf-b6a6-35e00103cb4b
ASP.NET MVC Documentation on MSDN
For the MVC tutorials, walkthroughs, code samples and reference topics on MSDN, see ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC).
Advanced concepts / blog posts
The following is a list of blog posts on advanced topics.
Alternative view engines
ASP.NET MVC in Real Life
DotNetShoutOut.com : http://dotnetshoutout.com/
DevMavens.net : http://devmavens.net/
StackOverflow.com : http://stackoverflow.com/