- MVC will be able to run in a partial trust environment - I hadn't tried this so I didn't realize it was an issue
- More powerful Routing - Wildcard mapping, explicitly named routes, RESTful routes, etc.
- The ability to select a test framework for your test project - The screenshot provided by Scott shows MSTest, NUnit, MbUnit and XUnit
- The death of the ControllerAction attribute - This was a question asked at my presentation last week and I would have preferred that they kept it to be honest
- Filters for Controllers and Controller Actions in the form of attributes - This is going to be a great addition to the platform, an extensible, meta-data based filtering system. The examples given in Scotts post include an Authroization filter and an OutputCache filter
- Built-in HTML helpers - I guess this means that the MvcToolkit project is being merged into the MVC core project. Good Stuff
- A refactored design to support better maintainability, flexibility and testability
- Downloadable in Source form - Wait, what!?
That's right, the MVC framework will be made available as source code that you can include in your project and debug into. This is going to give us in the community a fantastic opportunity to help the team discover and fix defects as well as give us great insights into the development processes and standards within Microsoft.
If, like me, you aren't going to MIX don't worry, the CTP will be made available online at the same time. I can't wait to get my hands on these bits.
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