[Mono-aspnet-list] difference between Visual Studio ASP.NET and Mono ASP.NET
mcvjetko at holisticware.net
Wed Sep 5 08:29:49 UTC 2012
On 2012.09.03 14:46, Gergely Buday wrote:
> Hi there,
> what are the crucial differences of using Visual Studio asp.net on
> Windows versus using Mono asp.net on Linux?
From my experience and from http://www.mono-project.com/ASP.NET
Our team did some evangelism for mono year ago and at that point it was
start WebApplication projects and WebSite projects out-of-the-box on linux.
I can remember:
* web site
* web app
Today I read that some people are running MVC3 and even MVC4. But not sure.
* Web Forms (no WebParts)
* WebServices (SOAP)
* WCF incomplete!
You'll need to get familiar with Apache, FastCGI and nginx http servers,
but this is not a biggy.
And now potentially problematic part:
A lot ASP.net applications are not bare APS.net they use different
frameworks, libs etc.
A lot are managed .net and can be run w/o hassle, but (there;s always
but) there are some
that are not mono compliant. To see if they are mono-compliant run MoMA
But this is moving target, because paople are porting libraries and even
better MS is putting
libs in FOSS domain - see Entity Framework which is already on mono's
github, but not yet
integrated and tested. I believe EF will be part of mono in version 2.12+
For more info see http://www.mono-project.com/FAQ:_ASP.NET
So, to make story short: there are no crucial diffs, but "the devil is
in the details"
> - Gergely
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