ThinqLinq Updated to MVC 4 by ThinqLinq

ThinqLinq Updated to MVC 4

As I work more in Visual Studio 2012, I found the need to make a small tweak to this web site, but discovered that the MVC 1 code base that the site was using is no longer a natively supported as part of Visual Studio 2012.  As a result, I took the plunge and re-wrote the UI portions of the site using MVC3 MVC 4 with the new Razor templating engine. This site is a test-bed of technologies I want to play with anyway. I also upgraded the site from .Net 3.5 to .Net 4. In light of these changes, please let me know if you see anything unexpected on the site.

I’m also in the process of revising the comment system from the home-grown version I was using, to a hosted comment system in the hopes to get more conversation going on the site. Feel free to comment using the new commenting system. If you have problems with the comments, please feel free to let me know on the Contact page. Thank you for your ongoing support.

Edit. Thanks to Amit Patel’s article, I was able to upgrade from MVC 3 to MVC 4 in less than 30 minutes (including deployment). I hope you appreciate the effort.

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