Generates source code from Razor files (.cshtml files), allowing them to be compiled into your assemblies. Supports MVC, Web Pages and standalone templates.
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That's a nice step forward in writing composable MVC applications. Congrats!
You are a legend. Thank you so much for this.
I use this to test for code errors. Also I use the precompiled viewengine for faster page loads, and so I don't have to deploy my views folder. And finally, best of all, I use this awesome tool to generate static html for all of my views, which can then be used by our designers, who aren't .net people. Awesome tool!
I just rate 3 because I didn't explored it very well till now, but it helps me very well in detecting compile time error in views which is very powerful reason to use it :-), but for testing I don't know?! the sound of it's idea is wonderful but in real scenario I really don't know?? anyway sure I will use it in my next project and will give you a deep feedback.
I'm using this to compile Razor Declarative HTML Helpers. VS 2010 can compile declarative helpers if you're using a "Web Site" project, but this is the only way I could find to compile them in a "Web Application" (I would welcome some better documentation from Microsoft on that). Anyway, it works great!
This is a great tool ... Just like T4MVC.
Sorry, didn't mean to rate my own tool. I was just testing the rating process and figured it wouldn't let me do it. Oh well! :)