An update that enables support for stand-alone ASP.NET webpages that are developed by using Razor is available for Visual Studio 2010

Applies to: Visual Studio 2010 PremiumVisual Studio 2010 ProfessionalVisual Studio 2010 Ultimate

Introduction


An update is available for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. This update enables support for stand-alone ASP.NET webpages that are developed by using Razor.

Notes
  • Razor is a simple-syntax view engine that is released as part of ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC) 3.
  • This update includes changes to the Visual Studio Web Tooling component, to the Visual Studio debugger, to the Visual Studio core editor, to the Visual C# language services, and to the Visual Basic language services.

More Information


This update is included in ASP.NET MVC 3 Release Candidate.

You can download ASP.NET MVC 3 Release Candidate from the following Microsoft website:


References



For more information about Razor, visit the following Microsoft website:For more information about ASP.NET MVC 3, visit the following Microsoft website:
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