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ASP.NET MVC 2 Features

ASP.NET MVC 2 adds a bunch of new capabilities and features. Some of the new features and capabilities include:

§ New Strongly Typed HTML Helpers

§ Enhanced Model Validation support across both server and client

§ Auto-Scaffold UI Helpers with Template Customization

§ Support for splitting up large applications into ‘Areas’

§ Asynchronous Controllers support that enables long running tasks in parallel

§ Support for rendering sub-sections of a page/site using Html.RenderAction

§ Lots of new helper functions, utilities, and API enhancements

§ Improved Visual Studio tooling support

More details can be found at



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