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Migrating From Razor Web Pages To ASP.NET MVC 5 - Model Binding And Forms

24 February 2015 14:51

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages

If you have built sites with the ASP.NET Razor Web Pages framework, you might want to look at migrating them to ASP.NET MVC at some point. This tutorial is the last in a series of three that explores how you do that by taking a step by step approach to migrating the WebMatrix Bakery template site to ASP.NET MVC 5. Previous tutorials in the series have looked at the roles of the View and Controller, and the data access and view model aspects of the Model. This final part covers model binding and form posting. A download (c. 24MB) featuring the completed application is available on GitHub.

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Migrating From Razor Web Pages To ASP.NET MVC 5 - Data Access And View Models

18 February 2015 13:16

ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework ASP.NET Web Pages

If you have built sites with the ASP.NET Razor Web Pages framework, you might want to look at migrating them to ASP.NET MVC at some point. This tutorial is the second in a series of three that explores how you do that by taking a step by step approach to migrating the WebMatrix Bakery template site to ASP.NET MVC 5. Along the way, each of the core parts of MVC are discussed by way of an introduction to the framework. The tutorial is divided into three parts. The first part looked at the roles of the View and Controller. This part looks at the M in MVC, the Model. Specifically, it features data access and view models. The final part will cover model binding and form posting. A download (c. 24MB) featuring the completed application is available on GitHub.

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Migrating From Razor Web Pages To ASP.NET MVC 5 - Views and Controllers

16 February 2015 13:33

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages

If you have built sites with the ASP.NET Razor Web Pages framework, you might want to look at migrating them to ASP.NET MVC at some point. This tutorial is the first in a series of three that explores how you do that by taking a step by step approach to migrating the WebMatrix Bakery template site to ASP.NET MVC 5. Along the way, each of the core parts of MVC will be discussed by way of an introduction to the framework. The tutorial is divided into three parts. This first part looks at the V and C part of MVC - View and Controller. The M or Model is covered in the second and third parts. A download (c. 24MB) featuring the completed application is available on GitHub.

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Integrating Web API with ASP.NET Razor Web Pages

03 February 2015 13:26

ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix Web API

ASP.NET Web API is the recommended way to build RESTful services over HTTP when using the ASP.NET stack. This article looks at incorporating Web API into an existing Razor Web Pages site, and provides a brief introduction to Web API itself.

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