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Scott Guthrie just announced the release of ASP.Net MVC 3 RC. This new release features Intellisense and syntax colorization for Razor pages. It also includes the recently renamed NuGet (formerly known as NuPack) Library Package Manager. If NuGet is new to you, please check my blog post providing a quick introduction to this useful package. I also have a quick overview of Razor that you can reference if needed. For the authoritative and complete information, please check ScottGu’s blog.
 
To install the latest RC, you first need to uninstall any previous version of ASP.Net MVC 3, ASP.Net MVC3 VS2010 Tools and ASP.Net Web Pages. You can then download and install the RC.
 
Figure 1- uninstall ASP.Net MVC3 and ASP.Net Web Pages.
 
Figure 2- Install progress screen for ASP.Net MVC 3 RC
 
 Figure 3 - Creating a new Razor Page with ASP.Net MVC 3 RC
 
After install, take a look at the packages installed within the VS2010 extensions manager. You will notice a new entry for NuGet. This package was initially introduced with the MVC3 beta release as NuPack but was later renamed by a community vote to “NuGet” (pronounces New Get). Phil Haack’s blog post explains the circumstances prompting the package rename.
 
 
Figure 4 - The newly renamed NuPack Library Package Manager.
 
--Sam Abraham
 
Posted on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 2:46 PM Fladotnet.com , MVC2 , WebMatrix , ASP.Net MVC 3 Beta , Razor Pages , ASP.Net Web Pages , MVC 3 , NuPack , NuGet | Back to top


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