Resources for learning how to program MVC 1 and 2.
Learn what MVC is, how it differs from Web Forms, and how to create an ASP.NET application.
This is a beginner tutorial series that introduces ASP.NET MVC. You’ll create a simple web application that reads and writes from a database.
In this tutorial series, you learn how to use ASP.NET MVC with the Microsoft Entity Framework. Over the course of this tutorial, you build a web application that illustrates how to select, insert, update, and delete database data by using the Entity Framework.
This set of tutorials provides a brief introduction to ASP.NET MVC views, view data, and HTML helpers.
In this tutorial set, you learn about ASP.NET routing, which maps browser requests to ASP.NET MVC controller actions.
In this tutorial you learn how to use ASP.NET MVC and routing with different versions of IIS.
This tutorial set covers how to password protect some pages in your ASP.NET MVC application and how to create and manage users and roles.
This tutorial set shows you how to create unit tests for ASP.NET MVC controller actions.
How to build an entire Contact Management application from start to finish.
How to build the NerdDinner.com website using ASP.NET MVC 1. For the ASP.MVC 3 version, please visit nerddinner.codeplex.com .
How to build a Movie database application in 15 minutes.
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