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Modern Web Development: Understanding domains, technologies, and user experience by Dino Esposito

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Chapter 10. Organizing the ASP.NET MVC project

Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.

—Stephen Hawking

As more and more developers take advantage of the various flavors of ASP.NET Core 1.0, using Microsoft Visual Studio to write, compile, and test an ASP.NET MVC application becomes just one possible option. When you create a new ASP.NET MVC project in Visual Studio, you end up running a sort of wizard that creates a new tree of folders based on a template. An ASP.NET MVC application requires a few specific folders and files and doesn’t work, or works differently, if those folders are missing. A good example of a required folder is the Views folder, which contains HTML views and must be replicated as-is in production, contain a specific ...

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