Whether support Razor Pages

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  1. ghd258 ghd258
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    Posted 17 Aug Link to this post

    Whether support Razor Pages 
  2. ghd258 ghd258
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    Posted 19 Aug in reply to ghd258 ghd258 Link to this post

    The MVC programming model to his advantage, but there are also disadvantages, page data and logic processing mainly by JS control, C# is only to the front-end data transfer function, the C# instead of weakening, the enhanced JS and web; from ASPX, aspx.cs aspx.cs played this way with powerful back-end processing capabilities of C#, not only can provide data, but also can process the front interface with C# display or logical processing; hope to use the Razor Pages Cs, play the powerful function of C#

     

    Razor is a template syntax that renders at server-side, Razor doesn't capture DOM for future processing, so something like ASP.NET WebForms server control is not a great choice to be supported by Razor, but you can leverage some of event-driven model in Razor Pages, for more details you can check out my blog post Razor Pages Commands & Events(http://hishambinateya.com/razor-pages-commands-and-events)

    If you have an interest of event-drive model you can contribute to my project ASP.NET Core Web Forms(https://github.com/hishamco/WebForms)

     

  3. Nencho
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    Posted 23 Aug Link to this post

    Hello,

    We have started the migration process, and will provide support for the Core 2.0 version in the upcoming R3 2017 release, scheduled for mid September.

    As for the Razor pages, we are also currently evaluating the usage of our product in such pages and will have further information with the above-mentioned release.

    Regards,
    Nencho
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