Archives for November 2014

Customize View, Partial View And Layout Search Locations

ASP.NET stores all the views associated to a controller indie a sub-folder of Views folder by default. This is on the same line partial views and layout pages are stored inside Shared sub-folder under View folder. This default argument works fine; however, in most cases you may want to deviate from the conventional based arrangement and store views, partial views , and a different folder structure. Or in most cases, some application may want to store views outside views folder. In this case, methods like View() , Html.Partial() and PartialView() the system will not be able to find the needed .cshtml files.

You can deal with this situation by creating a custom view engine.

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ASP.NET Tutorial 1 – Creating Your First ASP.NET Website

ASP.NET is Microsoft’s open source server-side website application framework. It is designed mainly for creating dynamic web pages offering programming model, comprehensive software infrastructure and various services needed to build a robust web app for your desktop as well as mobile devices.

ASP.NET applications are compiled codes written in extensible and reusable components or objects present in the .NET framework. ASP.NET are written in either of the following languages:




Visual Basic .NET

So if you know any of these programming languages, then you can create a web application using ASP.NET.

To get you started, here’s a video on how to create your first ASP.NET.