Sunday, September 11, 2011

JavaScript MVC + ASP.NET MVC

I've been always interested in how to mix ASP.NET MVC and Object Oriented JavaScript. My approach has been to use ASP.NET MVC to expose services and build the client (views/UI) with 100% OO JS code, but I wonder if there's a way to build most of the application (including views) on the server side and still keep using OO JavaScript.

Here's an interesting article that explains a double MVC architecture. You'll need a little background on JavaScript MVC to understand it

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