These are my notes from the ASP.NET vNext Community Standardup 3
Razor Views now support async processing out of the box.
This is particularly important for ASP.NET webpages or using Razor outside the normal MVC lifecycle.
Razor now supports incremental flushing, so that HTML can be streamed to the browser. This is enabled using a new “@await FlushAsync()” razor command that can be called within the page.
Dependency injection is now plumbed into Razor.
@inject IFoo Foo
Components can now be injected via IoC into a View
The default helpers have been removed from the base class and are now injected using the Injection mechanism. This means that you can expand your own Helpers
Use _ViewStart pages
Now _ViewStart supports directives, so that we can use the @inject directive to set global properties, _ViewStart files can be cascaded and nested.
Pre compilation is still around and will be turned on by default.
@inject IFoo Foo
@inherits points to the base class
@model use this model across the lifes
Model C# class
Validation based on Attributes on Model
Razor template to generate AngularJS Template, and then client side AngularJS processes template
Provides a solution to support better HTML manipulation similar to how AngularJS manipulate HTML
<input for=”FirstName” class=”form-field” />
<tag-cloud count=”2″ />
This extension improves the authoring of Razor files and provides better intellisence.
This does not enable a server side dom, you can access the view string, but you would have to manipulate this yourself, however this is not recommended as it limits the buffering and thus speed of the page.
Intent of feature is not to become server side DOM but to improve HTML helpers with HTML style syntax.