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This post is part of a series called ASP.NET from Scratch.
In today’s episode of ASP.NET from Scratch, we’ll look into URL routing in the MVC framework, and examine how a request can be routed to a controller and action method. You’ll learn how to use constraints to gain better control over your routers, and also discuss best practices in adding routes to the route table.
Also available in this series:
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Getting Started
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Improving an Email Form
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Class Inheritance
- ASP.NET from Scratch: SQL Server
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Master Pages
- ASP.NET from Scratch: MVC
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Routing in MVC
- ASP.NET From Scratch: Controllers and Simple Model Validation
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Views
- ASP.NET from Scratch: Views with MVC
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