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Microsoft has introduced the beta version of ASP.NET MVC 4

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February 26, 2012
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We have known that the software giant from Redmond has released the new version of ASP.NET MVC. Now we want to suggest speaking a bit about ASP.NET MVC 4 that was introduced in beta. This tool lets to build Web APIs and it works with VS 2010 and .NET 4.0. The developers say the new software will be able to help you creating web-applications, which can run faster and are optimized for using with different mobile gadgets.

The main advantage of ASP.NET MVC 4 is that this thing allows the coders to integrate CSS and JavaScript files. That’s why the developers get a smaller number of HTTP request. All in all it is a reason for the browser to request fewer files and it saves your time. As a result, we can see the reduction of downloading data size by removing unnecessary symbols and comments.

The new version of ASP.NET MVC can boast of different things that make the creation of web-applications for mobile gadgets easier. For example, there are jQuery Mobile and tools aimed at ability to adjust the templates for all types of mobile devices that use the web-application.

The engine Razor View of Microsoft includes the beta and it gives the software developers a way to manage templates, this one supports for Async and WebSockets. The specialists say the new programming tool can be an ideal base for creation RESTful services.

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