ASP.NET MVC it really cool but it is still not there yet!!
June 08, 2016

ASP.NET MVC it really cool but it is still not there yet!!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with ASP.NET

I have experience working with ASP.NET from plain old web forms to MVC to Web APIs. We extensively use it for MVC web applications and Web APIs.
  • Net MVC provides lot of flexibility in creating your custom handlers, custom events as per your business needs. The entity framework works well with
  • Setup/Getting up to speed is really easy. ASP.NET has a healthy community of users. We can get help from MSDN articles and many blogs/articles.
  • MVC 6 has some really cool features/support for bootstrap.
  • Recent technologies like Node.js and Angular are picking up fast. Most of the controls run at server which is a huge drawback when compared to other technologies.
  • Out of the box support is missing for many features - Logging, caching (distributed).
  • IIS setup is not easy/straight forward unless you go for simple deployment.
  • It worked very well as the companies I worked for are already in the Microsoft ecosystem. is really good when all of your other applications are in the Microsoft ecosystem. WCF is really good for building backend services. If Microsoft can come with its own javascript libraries for supporting different elements/features of the ASP.NET without hitting the server side, it would be cool. Also, the performance of the apps deployed using Microsoft technologies is comparatively lower when compared to the ones deployed on a Linux environment.