[Mono-list] ASP.NET and Licensing
robertj at gmx.net
Fri Jul 28 07:45:17 EDT 2006
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
>> 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
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
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