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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Quickly by Maarten Balliauw

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What's inside the box?

After the ASP.NET MVC project has been created, you will notice a default folder structure. There's a Controllers folder, a Models folder, a Views folder, as well as a Content folder and a Scripts folder. ASP.NET MVC comes with the convention that these folders (and namespaces) are used for locating the different blocks used for building the ASP.NET MVC framework. The Controllers folder obviously contains all of the controller classes; the Models folder contains the model classes; while the Views folder contains the view pages. Content will typically contain web site content such as images and stylesheet files, and Scripts will contain all of the JavaScript files used by the web application. By default, the Scripts folder ...

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