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National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences . Lecture # 5 Microsoft MVC3 Architecture for ASP.NET. CS 415 N-Tier Application Development . By Umair Ashraf June 28 ,2013. Agenda/Contents for Today’s Lecture. Design Patterns Review Class Activity

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Cs 415 n tier application development

National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences

Lecture # 5

Microsoft MVC3 Architecture for ASP.NET

CS 415 N-Tier Application Development

By Umair Ashraf

June 28 ,2013


Agenda contents for today s lecture
Agenda/Contents for Today’s Lecture

  • Design Patterns Review

  • Class Activity

  • Introduction to Microsoft MVC framework

  • History

  • Advantages

  • Practical Demonstration

  • Quiz Announcement


Introduction to mvc framework
Introduction to MVC framework

ASP.NET MVC is a framework for building web applications that applies the general Model

View Controller pattern to the ASP.NET framework.


Components of asp net mvc
Components of ASP.NET MVC

  • Models

    These are the classes that represent the domain you are interested in.

    With ASP.NET MVC, this is most likely a Data Access Layer of some kind using a tool like Entity Framework or NHibernate combined with custom code containing domain-specific logic

  • View

    This is a template to dynamically generate HTML

  • Controller

    This is a special class that manages the relationship between the View and Model.


History
History

  • ASP.NET MVC1 Feb 2007 by Scott Guthrie

    Presented in a conference on the East Coast of the United States.

  • ASP.NET MVC2 March 2010

    More Features like UIHelpers, Attribute validations etc

  • ASP.NET MVC3 January 2011

    New Razor View Engine,Rich Javascript support etc.

  • ASP.NET MVC4 October 2012

  • Mobile development support , enhancements etc






Controllers
Controllers

  • Controllers within the MVC pattern are responsible for responding to user input, often making changes to the model in response to user input. In this way, controllers in the MVC pattern are concerned with the flow of the application, working with data coming in, and providing data going out to the relevant view.



Home controller class
Home Controller Class

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Linq;

using System.Web;

using System.Web.Mvc;

namespace MvcMusicStore.Controllers

{

Public class HomeController : Controller

{

public ActionResult Index()

{

ViewBag.Message = “I like cake!”;

return View();

}

public ActionResult About()

{

return View();

}

}

}



Action methods
Action Methods

  • public class StoreController : Controller

  • {

  • //

  • // GET: /Store/

  • public string Index()

  • {

  • return “Hello from Store.Index()”;

  • }

  • //

  • // GET: /Store/Browse

  • public string Browse()

  • {

  • return “Hello from Store.Browse()”;

  • }

  • //

  • // GET: /Store/Details

  • public string Details()

  • {

  • return “Hello from Store.Details()”;

  • }

  • }

  • }


Parameters in controller actions
Parameters in Controller Actions

  • //

  • // GET: /Store/Browse?genre=?Disco

  • public string Browse(string genre)

  • {

  • string message =

  • HttpUtility.HtmlEncode(“Store.Browse, Genre = “ + genre);

  • return message;

  • }



Razor view engine
Razor View Engine

  • Razor is the first major update to rendering HTML since ASP.NET 1.0 shipped almost a decade ago. The default view engine used in MVC 1 and 2 was commonly called the Web Forms View Engine, because it uses the same ASPX/ASCX/MASTER files and syntax used in Web Forms


What is razor
What is Razor?

  • Razor is the response to one of the most requested suggestions received by the ASP.NET MVC feature team — to provide a clean, lightweight simple view engine that didn’t contain the “syntactic cruft” contained in the existing Web Forms View Engine.

  • Many developers felt that all that syntactic noise

    required to write a view created friction when trying to read that view.


View example
View Example

  • @{

  • Layout = null;

  • }

  • <!DOCTYPE html>

  • <html>

  • <head><title>Sample View</title></head>

  • <body>

  • <h1>@ViewBag.Message</h1>

  • <p>

  • This is a sample view. It’s not much to look at,

  • but it gets the job done.

  • </p>

  • </body>

  • </html>



Announcements
Announcements

Quiz 1 (Design Patterns) Tomorrow Saturday 29th July 2013 in class

Assignment 1 Due Saturday 29th July 2013 in class


Reference material
Reference Material

Text Book :Professional ASP.NET MVC3 By WROX

(EBook uploaded on website )

Other References :

http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/mvc_intro.asp

http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials


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