The purpose of this tutorial is to give you a sense of “what it is like” to build an ASP.NET MVC application. In this tutorial, I blast through building an entire ASP.NET MVC application from start to finish. I show you how to build a simple Tasklist application. Because the goal is to keep things simple, we’ll be building a very simple Tasklist application. Our simple Tasklist application will allow us to do three things: List a set of task, Create new tasks, Mark a task as completed. Creating an ASP.NET MVC Web Application Project. An ASP.NET MVC application has a standard set of folders: a Models, Views, and Controllers folder. You can see this standard set of folders in the Solution Explorer window. We’ll need to add files to the Models, Views, and Controllers folders to build our TaskList application. Creating the Controller Typically, when building an ASP.NET MVC application, you’ll start by building a controller. Each browser request made against an ASP.NET MVC application is handled by a controller. A controller contains the application logic that is responsible for responding to a request. Creating the Views A view contains the HTML markup and content that is sent to the browser. A view is the closest thing to a page in an ASP.NET MVC application. You create a view by creating a file with the extension .aspx. Creating the Database The next step is to create the database that will contain our tasks. You can create the database by right-clicking the App_Data folder and selecting the menu option Add, New Item. Select the SQL Server Database template item, name the database TaskListDB.mdf, and click the Add button.
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