Explore What's New in ASP.NET MVC 5.0
We all aware of the new version of ASP.NET i.e. the MVC 6.0.So, why not have a look into the latest features that have been added to the ASP.NET MVC 6.0.Though, we could implement the features offered by the earlier versions of MVC too. Currently as the features are associated with the MVC framework, it'll be much easier to use them.You can enrol for training or a crash course on MVC 6.0 to enhance your ASP.NET skills and learn more about the latest framework.
The latest version doesn't have any configuration changes or requires any external components.As we explore the added features, let us also refresh our awarenessabout the functionalities offered in the earlier versions before these new features were introduced.Microsoft developed this web application framework, the ASP.NET MVCthat implements the MVC or model-view-controller pattern. It's one of the open-source software that lets application developers to create a web application as a combination of three logic layers i.e. Model, View and Controller.ASP.NET MVC 5.0was released on 17th October, 2013.
ASP.NET MVC is a lightweight framework which is considered to havehighly testable presentation. It can be easily integrated with the present ASP.NET features. For instance, the integrated features can be master pages and membership-based authentication. The view engine used inthe MVC 6.0 framework is Razor .cshtml and .vbhtml by default. It also uses Web Forms .aspx pages for creating layouts of the pages while designing user interface in which the data is composed.
The MVC 5.0 can also use different view engines. Moreover, instead of the default ASP.NET Web Forms postback model, it routes the interactions to the controllers with the help of ASP.NET Routeing mechanism. And, you can map the views to different URLs.The Web MVC framework templates seamlessly incorporate with the experiences of the new One ASP.NET. You can also personalise your MVC framework and constructvalidationby the help of One ASP.NET project creation wizard.