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I have an opportunity to redesign a web app that is currently a KendoUI/JQuery app. I want to move to something like MVC or Razor Pages. We're using VS2015 (we are at the mercy of the USAF approved software list, and VS2017 isn't on it yet.
I'm interested in hearing an honest comparison between MVC and Razor Pages. I don't want evangelism, nor advocacy. I'm looking for honest pro/con comparisons.
You may begin.
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I would give my vote to .NET Core's Razor Pages at this point...
1. The code much better organized (very similar to the ASP.NET WebForm's organization, of single node for single page)
2. Easier to maintain the idea of single-responsibility
Beside this there is nothing you can not do wit Razor and can do with MVC...
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge". Stephen Hawking, 1942- 2018