Instead of writing my ASP.NET C# applications in Visual Studio, I used my favourite text editor UltraEdit32.

Is there anyway I can implement MVC without the use of VS?

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Assuming you have the correct assemblies and a C# compiler you in theory can use whatever you want to edit the code and then just run the compiler by hand or using a build script. That being said it is a real pain doing .NET development without Visual Studio/SharpEdit/Monodevelop in my opinion.

John Downey
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There is nothing VS specific with the MVC framework - it is just a bunch of DLLs that you can use. The wizards in VS just build you a quick-start framework.

ASP.NET MVC is "bin-deployable" - there is nothing too clever to set up on the server either - just point the wildcard ISAPI filter to ASP.NET

ok, so the answer is "Yes, you can build an ASPNET MVC app without Visual Studio." For details on *how* :
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Even if you didn't want to actually edit in VS, you could create the project there and edit the files in another editor.

Will Dean
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Here is a great example of the MVC pattern implemented using .NET 2.0.. This doesn't use the ASP.NET MVC Framework libraries, but does implement the MVC pattern.