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Areas and Routing in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: March 3, 2019

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Areas in ASP.NET Core MVC represent a functional segment of the application. It can be administration, billing, sales, etc. If your application becomes very large then it will have many controllers, Models & Views. (more…)

ASP.NET Core Routing: Generating Outgoing URLs in Views

Last Updated: February 22, 2019

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The URL Routing is also used to create Outgoing URLs in Views. They address an important maintenance issue because the links are created automatically based on the routes in your application. So if you change the routes, the links created in the Views are automatically changed based on the new route and you don’t have to manually change the links one by one. (more…)

Learn Attribute Routing in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: February 22, 2019

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So far what you have seen is Convention Routing. There is another technique of routing which is known by the name of Attribute Routing. In Attribute Routing you apply route as C# attributes directly to the controller and actions. (more…)

Learn ASP.NET Core Route Constraint in details with lots of examples

Last Updated: February 3, 2019


On my last tutorial I covered ASP.NET Core Convention-Based URL Routing. I will now teach to restrict Routes to a set of URL. This is done by Constraining Routes. Let’s start it with a simple example by add the following route to your application. (more…)

Learn ASP.NET Core Convention-Based URL Routing

Last Updated: February 3, 2019

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ASP.NET Core MVC URL Routing is used to create patterns of URLs for your application. The Routing System has 2 functions: 1. Maps the incoming URLs to Controllers and Actions. 2. Generates outgoing URLs so that a specific action method is called with the user clicks the link. (more…)

Views in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: January 23, 2019

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On my last tutorial on Action in ASP.NET Core I tough about how to pass Data from Action Methods to Views. I hope you liked it, now I continue to the topic of Views which forms the UI of the application. I start with Shared Views which are basically those Views that are kept inside the 'Shared' folder. (more…)

jQuery toggleClass Method – .toggleClass() Tutorial

Last Updated: May 28, 2019

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If you want to toggle between adding and removing classes from selected elements then use the jQuery toggleClass method. Note that if an element does not have a particular class then this method will add that class to the element. (more…)

Actions in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: January 19, 2019

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On my last tutorial on Controllers in ASP.NET Core I tough about Controller. A controller contains Action methods, they can have any return type like string, int, datetime, ViewResult, IActionResult, etc. In all of them the return type of IActionResult is quite useful. It is because it fits everywhere, allowing the action method to return a View, redirect to another View, or return a data type like string, int, datetime, etc. (more…)

Controllers in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: January 12, 2019

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Controllers are the brain of an ASP.NET Core MVC application. They process incoming requests, perform operations on Model data and selects Views to be rendered to the user. Controllers are stored inside the Controllers folder in the root of the web application. They are basically C# classes whose Public methods are known as Action Methods. These Action Methods handles the HTTP request and prepares the response to be sent to the client. (more…)

Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core

Last Updated: January 8, 2019

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Dependency Injection (DI)is an ASP.NET Core MVC technique to achieve loosely coupling between objects. The working of the Dependency Injection is like: If a Controller has a dependency on another class, then in the constructor of the Controller the dependency for the class is defined. On seeing this dependency the Core MVC provides the class object to the Controller automatically. So this provides loosely coupling between the Controller and the other class. (more…)

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