ANN: Maverick.NET 1.0 released 
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 ANN: Maverick.NET 1.0 released

Maverick.NET 1.0 has just been released.


Maverick.NET is a .NET port of Maverick, a Model-View-Controller (aka "Model
2") framework for web publishing. It is a minimalist framework which focuses
solely on MVC logic, allowing you to generate presentation using a variety
of templating and transformation technologies.
Core features include:

    - Pluggable view templating technologies.

    - Pluggable transformation technologies.

    - Support for iterative transformations.

    - Configuration using an XML sitemap.

    - Framework support for internationalization, customization of content
based on browser, and WML.

Depending on what templating technology you choose, you may be interested in
one or more of the following features:

    - Automatic XML serialization of arbitrary objects so that XSLT
transformations can be used without the effort and processing overhead of
generating and parsing text XML.

    - The ability to halt iterative transformations at any step and obtain
the intermediate result. In the case of XSLT, this would produce static XML.
This allows designers to build template files offline with simple tools.

    - "Wrapping" transformations using basic templating languages like ASPX.
This allows varying content to be easily encapsualted within a common
layout, look-and-feel, etc.

There weren't too many changes, but 0.9 has been out for a couple of months
now without any major problems, so I figured it was time to do a
whole-number release.

Here is the change log:

Version 1.0 11/15/2002

- Maverick.NET is now CLSCompliant
- Set Dispatcher.IsReusable to return true, so performance should be greatly
- A few small bug fixes.


Wed, 04 May 2005 00:53:16 GMT  
 ANN: Maverick.NET 1.0 released



Cool, thanks!

    Fine Components For .NET
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Sun, 08 May 2005 07:38:42 GMT  
 ANN: Maverick.NET 1.0 released


> >

> Cool, thanks!

Anyone mess around with this yet? How well does it work? Is it easy
to integrate with?

Does it use server controls and all that, or is it a JSP-MVC-hack ported
straight to ASP.NET?


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 source code obfuscation techniques"
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Sun, 08 May 2005 07:47:17 GMT  
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