.cshtml and .aspx file in ASP.NET MVC

Published on February 20, 2013 by abundantcode

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When developing the ASP.NET MVC Web Application , you would have observed that there are 2 different View Engines that are available by default .

These are called

  • Aspx View Engine
  • Razor View Engine

When the view is created with the Razor View Engine , the file will have the extension .cshtml whereas the View created with the ASPX View Engine will have the .aspx file extension.

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