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Generalclassic asp.net or MVC? Pinprofessionalravikhoda15-Apr-14 0:46 
HI guys ,
need to discuss approach for starting a new project. our new project is something big application kind of enterprise application and may be multi database. just wanted to know which approach will be better for such application where we have lot of interconnected modules / reports / emails / invoices / (heavy data in future) / file management etc. classic asp.net or MVC. i am familiar with asp.net application and it will be easy for me at some level. MVC is good but i am not sure as have not worked on MVC. so which is the best practice for such projects.
 
please add pros and cons of both? and if this is not a proper forum to ask this question move it to relevant ?
 
Thanks
Ravi Khoda

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