[Mono-list] opinion

Dave Curylo curylod at asme.org
Thu May 9 19:23:01 UTC 2013

ASP.NET MVC has very good support on mono 3 (it was a little shaky on prior versions).  I feel you will not have trouble finding ASP.NET MVC developers, but you might want to ask a local job recruiter if this is the case in your area.  MVC is open source as well: http://aspnetwebstack.codeplex.com 

Alternatively, ServiceStack is an excellent open source web framework.  It's got support for delivery of HTML content, razor templates, etc., although it's more of a general purpose web services framework than specifically a web UI framework like Django or MVC, so you'll end up rolling a lot of your own conventions for HTML templates and the rest of the presentation layer for your web application.

On May 9, 2013, at 2:30 PM, Diego Tostes wrote:

> hi,
> my name is diego, i am from brasil and i am working in a project for the brazilian gorverment.
> at this moment we are having to decide wich webframework we will use and we are having to think about two important things:
> 1 - the project is opensource
> 2 - it must be easy to find workforce for the website support in the future
> today the we have a similar website in django and we are having problem to find workforce to work with python-django.
> here in brazil we have many people working with C# .NET. mono may be a good solution for my project?
> thanks
> Diego 
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