FubuMVC Beta (0.9) is Released!

There’s a helluva lot more to do to make it to the planned 1.0 release on May 31st, but I’m happy to announce that we’ve released the official FubuMVC Beta (0.9) to Nuget.

To get started with a “Hello, World” style tutorial, we’ve updated the Getting Started guide to reflect the latest Nuget download and API’s.  We’re really like to get any feedback, good or bad, that you might have about this guide or FubuMVC in general.

Unfortunately, we’ve only got the FubuMVC core Nuget up.  I’ll be publishing the FubuMVC.WebForms and FubuMVC.Spark packages in the following days.

Stay tuned, there’s going to be a lot of FubuMVC content and news coming in the next couple weeks…

About Jeremy Miller

Jeremy is the Chief Software Architect at Dovetail Software, the coolest ISV in Austin. Jeremy began his IT career writing "Shadow IT" applications to automate his engineering documentation, then wandered into software development because it looked like more fun. Jeremy is the author of the open source StructureMap tool for Dependency Injection with .Net, StoryTeller for supercharged acceptance testing in .Net, and one of the principal developers behind FubuMVC. Jeremy's thoughts on all things software can be found at The Shade Tree Developer at http://codebetter.com/jeremymiller.
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  • http://chadmyers.lostechies.com Chad Myers

    We had a pull request that added Razor support to Fubu, but it was based on some bad guts inside of Fubu (no fault of the submitter, it was a problem with Fubu).  The WebForms stuff was baked pretty hard into Fubu itself.  Jeremy and the Spark guys recently overhauled the view rendering stuff by splitting out WebForms and Spark and making them equal citizens. This paves the way for a rewrite of the Razor rendering to be a first-class rendering citizen just like WebForms and Spark.

    All we need now is someone who knows Razor to help get things started :)

  • http://chadmyers.lostechies.com Chad Myers

     The IE stuff is cleaned up.  Three problems: ERB was mangling the google analytics code and causing script errors, so I removed it.  Highlighter.js had a trailing comma which IE can’t handle for some reason. The HTML had no DOCTYPE which IE needs to render properly.  Everything should be better now. Please report if you see anything else.

  • http://chadmyers.lostechies.com Chad Myers

     I’m only seeing that in I.E.  Looks better in FireFox and Chrome. I’ll look into fixing it, but in the meantime if you view it in one of the other browsers, it should look better.

  • Jeremy Miller

    @Anonymous,

    I don’t know what to tell you, I’ve looked at the page in a couple different browsers including my iPhone and everything is fine for me.

    Nevermind, you’re using IE aren’t you? The page is fubar in IE, but renders perfectly in Chrome or Firefox.

  • Kenny Eliasson

    Love it! Gonna take it for a testdrive in my next project. Keep up the good work!

  • http://profiles.google.com/jrnail23 James Nail

    Hi Jeremy,I’m really looking forward to taking FubuMVC for a test drive, but I gotta ask, what’s the Razor story looking like?

  • Anonymous

    The getting started guide has some serious formatting issues (no line breaks in source code, no left margin, etc) and I’m not going to look at FubuMVC until that sort of stuff is cleaned up.