You’ve just experienced building a good-sized MVC application, SportsStore, and picked up a lot of ASP.NET MVC development knowledge along the way. However, this was just one example, and it didn’t cover every feature and facility in the MVC Framework. To progress, we’ll now take a more systematic look at each aspect of the framework. In Chapter 8, you’ll learn more about the core routing system. In Chapters 9 and 10, you’ll see what’s on offer as you build controllers and actions. Chapter 11 focuses on the framework’s built-in view engine. Chapter 12 describes what ASP.NET MVC does for your models. The rest of the book considers other common web development tasks and scenarios, including security and deployment.
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