WebForms vs. MVC

Let me pick up few important points from the article WebForms vs. MVC (http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/528117/WebForms-vs-MVC). This article is obviously bias.


1. It was still not able to solve the problems of unit testing.

We should ask the question why should we test the aspx page instead of the dll or bll (business logic layer)? Same question we should ask is can you test the JavaScript in the HTML page?


2. I never saw any ASP.NET Web Form developer who tries to disable the ViewState.

How many byte will the ViewState? The amount of JavaScript loaded could be as big as the ViewState.


3. We got some control over ID of elements, but not complete control over HTML, still have problem to implement JavaScript.

Again what type of function you need from JavaScript?


4. Looking for good performance?
With no support for ViewState ASP.NET MVC provides good performance gain over traditional ASP.NET Web Forms.1 point ASP.NET MVC.

Where is the benchmarking?


5. Planning to reuse the same input logic?
If yes stick with MVC.

Can’t we use back the same class or dll?


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