Some notes about ASP.NET MVC RC & the MVC Design Gallery

ScottGu wrote (I know – I´m late ;) ) a blogpost about the release candidate of ASP.NET MVC and the  MVC Design Gallery.

The MVC Design Gallery:

If you ever started a MVC project you saw the default blue theme. The MVC Design Gallery offers some other cool styles for free. Everybody can add there own style to share it. These are designs from Microsoft:

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Release Candidate of ASP.NET MVC:

Unfortunately the MVC team didn´t finished the RC in this year.
The RC contains some improvements with VS 2008 and some other small enhancements.

Read for more information  Scotts Blog :)

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