ASP.NET: Leaping from Webforms to MVC – part 2

Alright, some time has passed since my previous post on this matter. And I must say, I’m not getting more enthusiastic on ASP.NET MVC. Not that it’s not good or anything, it just solves some problems I wasn’t experiencing (more on that here). The main issue I’m running into is that my pages are somewhat dynamic. That means, based on several conditions, the form displays in one of several ways (for example: based on a property of an object a field displays as either a label or a textbox).

At this point I’m typing a whole lot of crappy code in my HTML within <% %> tags. It just feels soooo retro…

retro code

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