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starting out with asp.net mvc part 3

Welcome to part 3 of my starting off with MVC tutorial. In this post I will be mainly going over Data Annotations. You can check out part 1 where I cover starting a brand new project from scratch. Or if you're above that level, part 2 where I cover Models and the Entity Framework.

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starting out with asp.net mvc part 2

Last time I left off with ASP.NET MVC, I covered how to create a new MVC project in Visual Studio and how to add new Controllers and Views. I was able to show how to pass data to the View from the Controller using the ViewBag and how to render Views from the Controller. I covered the VC part and purposely left out the M, the Model. So in this post, I am going to be adding a Model to the project and I will be using the Entity Framework as the ORM in order to access the data. I'm not a huge fan of the Entity Framework, mainly because it ties the code and the data too closely together, and sometimes with complex queries, you end up with super complex expressions in your cod . . .

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starting out with asp.net mvc part 1

One of my weaknesses in programming is actively using MVC in my projects. Particularly ASP.NET MVC, since I am a .NET Developer. Most of the jobs that I've had have not required MVC and as far as my personal work goes, I've spent a good bit of time working on my own framework throughout the years, and it doesn't make sense to me to start over. But MVC is becoming more prevalent and more and more companies are jumping on that wagon, so it's time to revisit it once again.

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