MVC :: TagBuilder Missing In MVC 3 RC - How To Get Class

Nov 10, 2010

I am updating some code from MVC 3 Beta to MVC 3 RC.

TagBuilder is unrecognized. Did the way helpers are created changed?

If not where is the TagBuilder class?

And where can I find MVC 3 Source Code?

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