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We have just released DotVVM 1.1 RC package on the official NuGet feed. It is a feature complete version with .NET Core support and several new features. Currently, we are working on the documentation which is not updated yet.
Today, we are thrilled to announce the release of DotVVM 1.1-beta together with a beta version or DotVVM for Visual Studio 2017 RC. We have also made changes to the install and uninstall workflow, so we don’t need a stand-alone installer anymore and you can install the extension directly from Visual Studio Gallery.
One of the most interesting features of DotVVM we are working on right now, are the Selenium UI Test Helpers. In the ideal world, every web app should be tested on multiple levels. At least there should be unit tests, integration tests and UI tests.
This looks like a silly question, isn’t it? However, we have found that it is quite difficult to explain what is DotVVM good for in one sentence. The standard answer is “a .NET-based open source web framework for Line-of-Business applications”, but it doesn’t really say anything. DotVVM is actually three things.
- Posted on 8/29/2016
- Tags core-framework
Recently, Cristian Torras has shared a GitHub project with DotVVM application running on Raspberry PI on Mono. We were very excited by that because have tested DotVVM on Mono only once and it’s very long time ago. So we have decided to create a step-by-step guide and a sample DotVVM application which records and displays various weather data, and make sure that DotVVM runs even on Mono.
Today is a big day for DotVVM. After a year of hard work, the 1.0 release has been pushed to the official Nuget feed. Also, we have published the first version of DotVVM Pro for Visual Studio 2015 and Bootstrap for DotVVM which you can try now.
- Posted on 4/3/2016
We are releasing the DotVVM 1.0 in a few weeks. In the meantime, we have almost completed the Visual Studio commercial extension. If you are curious how we test such complicated stuff, here is a nice video of our build agent running the UI tests through TeamCity.
- Posted on 3/5/2016
- Tags visual-studio
Today we have released the 0.9 release of DotVVM. It's been quite a long time since the last release because we have been dealing with great amount of feedback from our internal projects running on DotVVM. We have fixed dozens of bugs and made quite a lot improvements. We hope that you'll like this release.
When you call the
Context.Redirect method in the viewmodel, DotVVM needs to interrupt processing of the current request. This is done by throwing the
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