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Roger asked on 24 Sep 2012, 12:19 AM
Hi:

I have a Learning Management System that makes extensive use of Telerik Rad Ajax controls and in which I have invested a lot of time in developing the data component including the stored procedures.

I would like to be able to host and play lessons on mobile devices.  I've been looking at MVC and have managed to get myself quite confused.  It seems to me that if I make the transition to MVC - and then use the Kendo extensions on top of that, I loose much of my development in the data layer in my system.  However, I'm not sure that I understand MVC sufficiently to know if that's correct.

What do you suggest would be the most effective path for me to be able to concurrently deploy my LMS on both traditional Web and mobile devices - moving from a totally traditional .Net Web application.  What is the quickest way to make this transition?  What will be most cost-effective for long term support and maintenance of my system?

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

Roger

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