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How-To Create ASP.NET MVC Application in Visual Studio with CSharp

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Creating ASP.NET MVC Application in Visual Studio with CSharp

MVC stands for Model View Controller, it’s a framework or a design pattern used for the development of Web Application, nowadays its very high in demand for the development of an application with loosely coupled code.

In MVC we have a separation of code that can be developed, tested & maintained easily. In MVC, the application can be separated using three different folders such as Models, Views, & Controller, where the Models folder contains all the Models or data, Controllers folder have all the controllers and Views folder contains all the views or .cshtml files related to the particular application.

Whenever a user requests a webpage, the controller is responsible for handling the HTTP request, the controller interacts with the appropriate model by interacting with the database by fetching the data and stores in the model and return back to the controller. The Controller in turns returns the data to the view for displaying the required data to the user.

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