[Mono-list] ASP.NET and Licensing

"Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ] "Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ]
Sun Aug 6 19:14:32 EDT 2006

Robert Jordan escribió:
> Hey,
> Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ] wrote:
>> einKI.ml escribió:
>>>> If you don't want to use ASP.NET and/or System.Windows.Form it's up to you 
>>>> but note that the fact that there is a closed source implementation of them 
>>>> (i.e. Microsoft .NET Framewrok) doesn't mean that you should avoid their 
>>>> open source implementations (i.e. Mono or Portable.NET, IMHO Mono is much 
>>>> better:).
>>> Im just wondering because they are listed as "controversial elements" in
>>> the FAQ. But since I am somewhat familiar with ASP.NET I think it make
>>> sense to use it on Linux too.
>> There are other frameworks that you can use without ASP.NET AFAIK, that 
>> Miguel has not mentioned (perhaps the ones he has mentioned are too tied 
>> to the AJAX-thing, I mean, they require JavaScript):
> Miguel mentioned projects that don't use System.Web at all.
> Dream depends only on some HttpUtility methods (HtmlEncode, etc.),
> while Jitzu is completely System.Web independent.
>> - Maverick.NET (if you use non-ASP.NET methods for the view, such as 
>> XSLT+XML+XHTML or NVelocity)
>> [ http://mavnet.sourceforge.net/ ]
> It depends on System.Web
>> - CastleProject (the Ruby on Rails port to C#)
>> [ http://www.castleproject.org/ ]
> It depends on System.Web, too.
>> - Spring.NET (I haven't used this one but seems a port of the Spring 
>> framework from Java to C# that uses AOP)
>> [ http://www.springframework.net/ ]
> It depends on System.Web as well.
>> Using these frameworks you are not only avoiding the use of ASP.NET but 
> You don't.

Well, IMHO when we were talking about ASP.NET we were not referring to
the strict API that it surrounds but to the way a programmer designs web
applications with it (you know, '.aspx' files, <asp:...>-like tags,
runat=server attributes...).


	Andrés	[ knocte ]


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