ASP.NET MVC Tutorials

The ASP.NET MVC Tutorials section in the Abundantcode.com will help the developers understand the ASP.NET MVC Framework.

The ASP.NET MVC Tutorials section will explain some of the basic stuffs related to the ASP.NET MVC and also provides sample sourecode , demo explaining the functionality of the MVC Framework.

Any developer who have some basic knowledge of .NET Framework 3.5 and higher as well as Visual Studio 2008 / Visual Studio 2008 / Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.NET will benefit to a greater extent from these tutorials.

What is ASP.NET MVC ?

ASP.NET MVC is a Web development framework for building Web Pages using ASP.NET Framework along with other technologies like HTML, CSS , JavaScript etc.

The developers can build ASP.NET based web applications using one of the below models

  • Web Pages
  • ASP.NET MVC
  • Web Forms

The MVC stands for Model View Controller which provides more control for the developers on the HTML and JavaScript.

The 3 components of ASP.NET MVC includes

  • Model – Handles the logic for the data to be used in the application
  • View – UI for display of data
  • Controller – Handles the interaction between user / view / Model .
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  1. Hi there and really thanks for you’re tut
    you have a lot of tut about mvc and asp.net project but I’m looking for a tut about how to create an admin panel for mvc and Unfortunately there isn’t any tut about this article in the web and net .
    I ask about it in asp.net forums and they don’t me any answer
    Please help me
    I need ti create a simple admin panel for mvc 5 .
    if you have any tut about how to do that so link me here
    If you don’t such as this please help me by a simple guide !!
    Thanks again
    Great Regards
    Raha

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