Free workshop: Modernize your Web Forms app using DotVVM

by Tomáš Herceg | May 24, 2020

DotVVM offers a unique upgrade path to .NET Core for ASP.NET Web Forms developers. It allows you to integrate DotVVM framework into a Web Forms app, take ASPX pages one by one and convert them into DotHTML syntax, without the need to rewrite the business layer or build an API that would expose the data for the client-side code.

Videos from DotVVM Virtual Conference

by Tomáš Herceg | May 24, 2020

The sessions from our first virtual conference are published on our DotVVM YouTube channel.

Save the date of DotVVM Virtual Conference: April 29-30

by Tomáš Herceg | April 10, 2020

Interested in building web apps in .NET using an MVVM approach? Don't miss out on our first live-streamed conference!

Join the DotVVM Team on a Virtual Meetup

by Tomáš Herceg | April 07, 2020

We are happy to announce our first Virtual Meetup and invite you to join the discussion with the DotVVM Team.

Meet Developer Advocates

by Igor Drgonec | March 26, 2020

We are glad to bring you more information about DotVVM Developer Advocates. We asked each developer advocate to write a short paragraph about himself and now you can get to know all of them.

Introducing DotVVM Developer Advocates

by Igor Drgonec | February 10, 2020

A little while ago, we were looking for someone who will help us with spreading the DotVVM brand. We’ve got many applications that we didn’t expect, and it pleases us because it shows us an interest in DotVVM.

Released DotVVM 2.4

by Tomáš Herceg | December 28, 2019

Today, we have released the version 2.4 of the DotVVM framework, Bootstrap for DotVVM and DotVVM Business Pack.

Released DotVVM 2.3.3 with an important bug fix

by Tomáš Herceg | November 04, 2019

We have just released DotVVM 2.3.3 which fixes a significant bug in DotVVM error page.

We are looking for Developer Advocate

by Igor Drgonec | October 28, 2019

Do you like programming, but also enjoy blogging, creating videos or public speaking? Have you ever thought about helping an open-source project to grow and find new users?