ASP.NET MVC 4 is the new version of ASP.NET MVC that came out during Build in September: it included a few pretty interesting features like a newly revamped project template, a better asynchronous controller and, the main feature, native support for mobile version of the site, with device detection and mobile only views.
Also some productivity enhancement were introduced, like recipes to automate repetitive coding tasks. And finally, if you run ASP.NET MVC 4 on top of ASP.NET 4.5, you also get its new features, like script&styles minification and bundling.
I’ll talk about all that and, hopefully something else if Microsoft releases a new version by that time, during the webcast I’ll do for Microsoft Belgium on the 17th of January, titled, with much fantasy “What's new in ASP.NET MVC 4”.
It’s online and, given the particular linguistic situation of the country, it will be in English, so also non Belgian can attend. The webcast is scheduled to start at 14:00 CET. A bit early for people on the West Coast (5AM), but the right way to start a working day for people on the East Coast of the US (8AM).
Before you go on holiday, remember to register to the webcast: What's new in ASP.NET MVC 4