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Overview of the ASP.NET MVC

  • Introduction of different Web Technology
  • What is ASP.NET MVC
  • Role of Model, View, and Controller
  • How ASP.NET MVC Works
  • Benefits of using ASP.NET MVC
  • Summary

Getting Started with MVC

  • ASP.NET MVC project templates
  • Understanding the structure of an ASP.NET MVC project
  • Naming conventions
  • Creating views
  • Defining controllers
  • Defining a data model
  • Overview of coding standards follows during programming
  • Summary

Creating an application in MVC

  • Creating strongly-typed views
  • Understanding URLs and action methods
  • Using HTML helpers
  • Handling form post-backs
  • Data validation

Passing Data from the Controller to the View

  • Next, we observe the behavior of passing data from an ActionResult method in the Controller to a View using ViewBag and a Model, then how to access those data elements in the View using the Razor syntax.

Razor View Engine

  • Razor Basics
  • Razor design goals
  • Implementation of Razor view
  • Razor syntax
  • Accessing Model Data in Razor views

View Techniques

  • Defining and using custom HTML Helpers
  • Defining a layout / MVC Master Page
  • Using Styles
  • Defining and using partial views
  • Razor Helper Method syntax

Partial Views

  • How to use partials views to send strongly typed model data from a View to a Partial View which serves as a data template for each item in a model collection.

Child Actions

  • How to create Razor fragments that can retrieve their own view model rather than rely on the calling parent View’s model. He discusses how to create child actions, how to ensure they’re not called outside of the context of a parent action, and more.

Caching Actions and Child Actions

  • This lesson explains your caching options, how to apply caching to an Action Result method or a child Action, how to vary the cache by route segments, querystring parameters or form values, and how to modify where the cache is saved – whether on the server, on the web client or on a proxy server.

Attribute Routing

  • When we looked at custom routes, we said that we were implementing “convention routing”. MVC 5 introduced “attribute routing” which adds some benefits and simplicity to creating new routes.


  • Filters allow developers to plug into the MVC processing pipeline at key points in the action’s lifecycle. In this lesson we learn about the built in filters and how to create custom filters to implement “cross cutting concerns”.


  • When our application grows large, we may need to keep our code base better organized. Areas not only help to organize our code, but also allow us to apply new conventional defaults to entire section of our sites; layout pages, routes, models, etc.

Generating a Scaffolded App from an Code first approach

  • Now we start over with a new project and demonstrate how easy it is to create large swaths of functionality in just a few seconds using the scaffolding features of Visual Studio to create CRUD style Controllers, ActionResult methods and Views based on a Model.

Implementing Navigation in MVC web apps

  • Defining view-model classes
  • Implementing Data Filtering in a Controller
  • Understanding the Routing mechanism
  • Adding custom entries to a route table
  • Defining defaults, parameters, and validation
  • Generating URLs and Hyperlinks
  • Custom Route constraints

Introduction to Data Annotations

  • By adorning your model’s properties with certain attributes representing display and validation metadata, data annotations and the HTML helper class methods conspire to generate HTML for your forms.

Adding Client-Side and Unobtrusive Validation

  • In this lesson we learn how the jQuery Validate and jQuery Validate Unobtrusive can be used to add client-side validation that utilizes Data Annotations on the server, preventing the need for a full HTTP Post to validate form submissions. We learn how to enable this functionality, how to make it unobtrusive on our HTML5 using data-* metadata, and how to include these plugins using Nuget.

MVC State Management

  • Session and Application State

Using AJAX and jQuery with ASP.NET MVC

  • Overview of AJAX and ASP.NET MVC
  • Unobtrusive AJAX
  • Using AJAX Action Links
  • Overview of jQuery
  • jQuery Techniques
  • Using jQuery UI


  • verview of the ASP.NET Web API
  • Building servers and clients
  • Content negotiation
  • Validation
  • Query able Interfaces



  • Outsourcing
  • Resourcing Through Consultancy Services
  • Regular Walk Ins
  • Exclusive Walk Ins For DUCATiens
  • Campus Interviews
  • Resume Sending
  • References