August 20, 2013 05:56 by Ben
The MVC 4 release is building on a pretty mature base and is able to focus on some more advanced scenarios. Some top features include:
- ASP.NET Web API
- Enhancements to default project templates
- Mobile project template using jQuery Mobile
- Display Modes
- Task support for Asynchronous Controllers
- Bundling and minification
The following sections provide an overview of these features. We’ll be going into them in more detail throughout the book.
- Lets start to develop MVC 4 mobile application with JQuery Mobile, HTML5, CSS3 in VS 2011 developers preview.
- Select your MVC 4 application domain either Internet/Intranet/Mobile Web application with default Razor or ASPX syntaxes. For my demo , selected Mobile Web application in VS 2011 Developer Preview.
- Next, write some JQuery Mobile application code to check th UI view in SmartPhones while Model & Controller logic remains same & could change according to business requirements.
- Database -> Entity Framework (EF) -> Model in MVC 4(Entities) (DAL)-> Controllers (Business Logic Layer)(BLL) -> View(s) -> Master(_Layout.cshtml) is the default development path in MVC 4 Web & mobile application.
- Next , Check the nice intellisense support for HTML5 , JQuery Mobile in Visual Studio 2011 Developer Preview.
- Check out the MVC 4 Mobile Web applications with JQuery Mobile , HTML5 , CSS 3 media queries in Smart Devices.
- JQuery Mobile View in iPhone of MVC 4 Mobile application: