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Steve Naidamast wrote:
There is no allowance for pre-made components such as is found with WebForms to easily work with the front-end and middle-tiers of such an application, unless you consider the mass of JavaScript comprised components that currently make up the MVC front-end arena.


@Html.TextBoxFor(...)


What do you call that? You can also write your own html extensions so you can have

@Html.LoginForm()


or a custom grid that outputs html with edit capabilities. There's nothing stopping you writing componentised code. As I said in my other reply, yes the state is handled differently but MVC is a different paradigm so of course some things need to be done in a slightly different way.

I spend my days working on MVC based CMS systems, I literally spend all day writing re-usable components that can be placed anywhere on a page so when you tell me this can't be done or is too hard\too much work then I have to be honest and think the issues is that you just don't know MVC well enough or you are struggling to change your thought processes. One of the biggest problems when MVC came out is that everyone wanted to continue doing WebForms, but just using MVC. You can't do that, you have to change your mindset, your way of dealing with issues, solving problems and implementing solutions.

Steve Naidamast wrote:
The idea that was promoted in one of the replies here that developers should have a greater understanding of how the Internet works in order to develop better applications is complete nonsense. That is not our job as software engineers and developers. Our job is to develop quality applications; not worry about what is going on underneath the hood as they say.


Wow.

"Why should I have to learn how the human body works to become a surgeon? That's not my job, my job is to simply take the old heart out and put this new one in."

Steve Naidamast wrote:
I am finding that people who promote the ASP.NET MVC style of development appear not to have been exposed to its drastic limitations when under stress with the development large-scale, complex, database, intensive applications.


I've used MVC on database based systems, web API based systems, index based systems....you name it I've done it. There is nothing inherent in MVC that stops you working with these things, and again I find myself coming back to the feeling that you've gotten comfortable using asp:DataGrid to maintain a table or asp.net maintaining your state for you and you just don't want to give that way of coding up. Not all sites need that kind of functionality anyway, the majority don't, and the majority of database heavy sites still tend to be light on forms etc.
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