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    • Ferdy
    • Posted on Tue 1 Feb 2011 02:27 PM

    Any web app you can build in webforms you can build in MVC. The ability is not different, only the method.

    Differences are mostly in productivity and control. There may also be 3rd party products or components that will only work in one of the two.

    Knowing a bit how you prefer to engineer front-ends, I'd say MVC is especially geared towards your style. You would not make an odd choice either, I don't have any numbers but MVC seems the new default.

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