ASP.NET MVC and View State

Published on March 10, 2013 by abundantcode

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The ASP.NET Web Forms includes the Server Controls which generally retains the state of the controls in the hidden field called _ViewState .

Does ASP.NET MVC have View State ?

The concept of server controls in ASP.NET Web Forms is different from the ASP.NET MVC . The ASP.NET MVC does not maintain the _ViewState in the HTML pages that is rendered by Razor or ASPX view.

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