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Creating Dynamic pages in ASP.Net MVC

In our real world of application development, sometimes we need to create dynamic pages in our application. In this article, we will learn about creating the dynamic pages in mvc. It is suggested to read MVC Url rewriting , if you haven’t idea about MVC Url rewriting or MVC Url Routing.

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Visual Studio 2015 Preview Comes with Emulator for Android, MVC6 and Entity Framework 7

Microsoft had launched Visual Studio 2015 Preview. Let try to know what's new in this release and point you more details. One of the other large announcements today is that we will open source the full server-side .NET core stack from ASP.NET 5 to the CLR and BCL and this version will run on Linux and MacOS X as well as Windows.

Since the majority of initial comments tend to be questions about supported configurations, I’ll put this up front: before you try to upgrade from Visual Studio "14" CTPs to Visual Studio 2015 Ultimate Preview, first uninstall Visual Studio "14" CTP – if you don’t, your system can wind up in an unstable state.

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How to Persist Data with TempData

TempData in Asp.Net MVC is one of the very useful feature. It is used to pass data from current request to subsequent request. In other words if we want to send data from one page to another page while redirection occurs, we can use TempData, but we need to do some consideration in code to achieve this feature in MVC. Because the life of TempData is very short and lies only till the target view is fully loaded. But, we can use Keep() method to persist data in TempData.

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Understanding URL Rewriting and URL Attribute Routing in ASP.NET MVC (MVC5) with Examples

Url Rewriting and Routing is how ASP.NET MVC matches a URI to an action. MVC 5 supports a new type of routing, called attribute routing, which is also works in ASP.NET vNext. Attribute routing uses attributes to define routes. Attribute routing provides us more control over the URIs in your web application.

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ASP.NET vNext Overview & features (MVC6, Web API, Web Pages and Single R)

Microsoft has announced to launch ASP.NET vNext, which includes MVC, Web API, and Web Pages frameworks will be merged into one framework, called MVC 6. This new framework removes a lot of overlap between the existing MVC and Web API frameworks. It uses a common set of abstractions for routing, action selection, filters, model binding, and so on. You can use the framework to create both UI (HTML) and web APIs.

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