Join Michael Sullivan for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, part of Learning ASP.NET.
…In this video, we'll explore some of the…ideas behind the architectural pattern, known as MVC.…MVC stands for model view controller and it offers a…way to separate an application into those three main components.…Which are related to data, UI and request processing respectively.…The pattern has been in existence since the 1970s, but there's been…an explosion of interest in MVC in recent years because of the…popularity of frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Django, and a lot of…PHP frameworks that make use of it in some form or another.…
Before we go any further it bears mentioning that along with…this explosion of interests has come a number of derivative patterns…and a quite heated debate and sometimes a tiresome one in…my opinion about which frameworks are…actually implementing which variants of MVC.…It seems that everyone can agree that models and views are good ingredients.…But as for how those things interact with each other and with the user…and whether we need more than one kind of model that's a different story.…
- 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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