ASP.NET from Scratch: MVC


Lesson 6 ditches WebForms in favor of ASP.NET MVC. In this introduction, you’ll get a taste of ASP.NET MVC and recreate a EmailForm application using the MVC framework.

Also available in this series:

  1. ASP.NET from Scratch: Getting Started
  2. ASP.NET from Scratch: Improving an Email Form
  3. ASP.NET from Scratch: Class Inheritance
  4. ASP.NET from Scratch: SQL Server
  5. ASP.NET from Scratch: Master Pages
  6. ASP.NET from Scratch: MVC
  7. ASP.NET from Scratch: Routing in MVC
  8. ASP.NET From Scratch: Controllers and Simple Model Validation
  9. ASP.NET from Scratch: Views
  10. ASP.NET from Scratch: Views with MVC

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