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Finally, after a two year long cycle that started went public exactly on March 16th 2007, and 3 month later the first planned release date (or maybe Scott’s “end of year” was referring to the end of the second of year of the public development cycle), today before MIX09, ASP.NET MVC goes RTM.

Congratulations to Phil, Eilon and all the ASP.NET MVC team for this important milestone.

You can download the new bits here.

This new release should doesn’t have anything new since RC2, except having updated jQuery to the latest version (1.3.2), and solved a bug with integration with Silvelight.

Not sure if the release was intentional or just someone that forgot to set the timezone field while publishing the download, but it’s here.

And now that RTM is out, we can go on and do the final changes to our “Beginning ASP.NET MVC v1.0” book so that it can be available in bookstores by the end of spring (but if you want, you can always pre-order it on Amazon US or Amazon UK).

kick it on

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posted on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 12:52 PM

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# re: ASP.NET MVC goes RTM before MIX09

Left by Kelps Leite de Sousa at 3/18/2009 2:40 PM

This is excelent news. I'll download right now.


# re: ASP.NET MVC goes RTM before MIX09

Left by Mahdi Taghizadeh at 3/19/2009 10:45 AM

I think Scott's "end of year" was referring to end of Iranian year! We have new Iranian year is two days.

# re: ASP.NET MVC goes RTM before MIX09

Left by Simone at 3/19/2009 2:28 PM

@mahdi: awesome... maybe it was gift to Keyvan for his work on the book :)

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