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jkirkerx wrote:
Didn't like the way they tried to make it like WinForms,


That was pretty much the design principal. Many people's experience with writing "rich" MS apps was WinForms so they tried to move that stateful, event-driven methodology that people were used to onto the web so there wasn't as much of a learning curve.

jkirkerx wrote:
you never really master HTML or HTML5


Because you don't write your own input tags? Input tags are probably 0.001% of html and html5. Like any technology, you can use it in different ways. Apart from the input tag issue you still have to do all the other html and css yourself. Also you don't have to use server controls, there is nothing stopping you using html only if that's your bag, it just means having to manage the state yourself.

jkirkerx wrote:
Perhaps a WebForms app written for in-house use might be OK, but not for world wide production use


LOL, ok. Back in the day it was webforms or nothing so trust me, many world wide production apps were using webforms.

jkirkerx wrote:
It seems like WebForms with it's ViewState worked tightly with IIS server in order to post data back, and IIS server would have to keep track of every session out there.


You don't seem to understand webforms very well. Of course it is tied to IIS. So? And ViewState is nothing to do with sessions, it's effectively a page-level session that IIS doesn't need to track, so kind of the opposite to what you said. Also Sessions remain in MVC too, they're not a webforms thing either.

jkirkerx wrote:
Google just didn't play nice with WebForms


Again, simply not true. Google doesn't really care about your script tags.

jkirkerx wrote:
And then the single use of the Form element


Gee, I wonder what I'm going to say here? Smile | :) You can use as many forms as you want with webforms.


jkirkerx wrote:
I dumped WebForms and went MVC...Then I dumped MVC and went .Net Core MVC...Last, I took the Angular jump


It seems to me that you just think "the latest thing" is amazing whatever that is, and the second something new comes out the thing you used to love is now garbage. A lot of your complaints aren't really webforms related, they stem from how you choose to use it, and things like gulp tasks to bundle, sass etc might make "new" tech seem better, but again that is unrelated to webforms, you can still use all of that tech on webforms projects.

As for your website, it look me about 10 seconds to put it into a broken state....

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maybe it's not the tools you're using that is important, maybe it's how you use them? Wink | ;)
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