Join Michael Sullivan for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating dynamic pages using Razor syntax, part of Learning ASP.NET.
…In this video, we'll learn how to create dynamic web pages that…include both HTML and embedded C# code using something called Razor syntax.…We'll take a look at how ASP.net differentiates between the two so that…it can properly deliver the results of your server-side processing to your users.…Finally, we'll learn how to use layout…files effectively so that we can easily reuse…common page elements like head tags, headers,…and footers across multiple pages of our websites.…
From the start page in Visual Studio we can select New Website.…Or, if you don't have the Start Page open, you can…always choose File from the Main menu and then New Website.…If VisualC# templates is selected on the left, one…of our options should be ASP.NET Website Razor V3.…Razor is a view engine that provides us with…a powerful way to blend C# code and markup.…It also has an extremely easy to learn syntax, as we'll see.…
Under web location, we should choose File System, since that will allow…us to use the default IIS express web server to run our site.…
- Exploring .NET in general and ASP.NET in particular
- Creating controllers and views
- Working with models and forms
- Managing data
- Creating web APIs
- Establishing connections with SignalR
Skill Level Beginner
ASP.NET MVC 4 Essential Trainingwith Jess Chadwick3h 56m Intermediate
1. Exploring the Framework and the Development Environment
2. Structuring Applications
3. Working with Data
Using LINQ to Entities6m 12s
4. Web API and RESTful Services
5. Real-Time Web with SignalR
6. Hands-On Practice
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