MVC 4.0, Part 03 of 11: Views and Models

with expert Phil Ledgerwood

You don't have to be an artist to know that the way an application looks to a user is one of the most important things you can deliver. An application that is easy to use, performs quickly, and is easy to change can make or break you in the market or mean thousands of dollars of productivity gained or lost.This course will cover how Views can affect your application, and then you will see how Typed Views can bind to Models. Next you will be introduced to a view engine called Razor. To close the course you will see how to use Layouts to take advantage of the MVC framework’s features that allows you to reuse views and parts of views.

Intermediate | 1h 51m | March 24, 2013

MVCVisual StudioWeb Development.NETC#ASP.NET

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Phil Ledgerwood

Philip Ledgerwood has been a software developer for fifteen years. He currently works primarily in .NET technologies producing custom software for organizations of all sizes. He has also done extensive training for those same organizations in both technical and business process topics. Philip is a strong advocate of Lean and agile software development and spends most of his time helping companies interested in the value those practices can bring to their development efforts. He does this through a combination of training and working "in the trenches" as a developer on these teams, keeping a hand in the academic side of emerging technology and practices while also directly applying it in real projects to bring real business value.

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