[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop and Asp.net Views

Todd Berman tberman@off.net
Tue, 14 Dec 2004 17:59:00 -0800

On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 15:20 +0000, Alexandre Gomes wrote:
> Ok,
> I see that you are not receptive to have ASP.Net based Addins inside 
> MonoDevelop. I see it as another option to the ones that do not know 
> and/or do not like gtk.
> To the question about if we should have a start page my anwser is that a 
> start page can save a lot of time. You can ask how, and I'll give a real 
> example that happens with me.
> When I was coding some patches I posted, there all required me to have a 
> opened file to test it. Each time I did a make && make run I had to go 
> to File - Recent Files - somefile.cs. This could be very shortcutted it 
> MD started already with a list of all recent files and projects.
> Additional features:
> 1- Create a new project (with a list of project types)
> 2- A news and updates view
> 3- A search system to the mailing list
> Where are examples where a gtk would not be the perfect solution to show 
> the info - the news, updates and search - would be better viewed in a 
> web format.

A web format is fine, we can implement all the logic in C#, and display
using html, however, asp.net is not required for this functionality, you
can create HTML programatically in C#, and catch certain urls to provide
additional functionality.