This project was based on other open-source libraries such as Knockout and SignalR. I have live examples and documentation put up on the website at http://dotnetify.net. The host is IIS 8.0 on Windows Server 2012, so SignalR is actually using Web Socket, which I think is pretty cool.
The Visual Studio solution is available at GitHub: https://github.com/dsuryd/dotNetify.
I hope anyone here can provide constructive feedback; the idea is pretty unconventional and against the current web trend that wants to put more and more heavy logic on the client browser, while I believe it’s best to only have platform-specific UI logic there to enhance/optimize user browsing experience and leave the heavy-duty presentation logic on the server which can take advantage of .NET framework language features and patterns that make it so much easier and efficient to do many things, yet keeping the app just as responsive, interactive, and bandwidth-efficient.
Anyway, thank you Microsoft for giving us such a great framework in .NET and hopefully it will play a more significant role in the front-end web/mobile space!