ASP.NET is an open source application that uses the MVC (Model View Controller) pattern. The biggest advantage of using ASP.NET MVC is that it allows full control of the Rendered HTML and it enables test driven development. However, if not used carefully, there will be some hiccups which will either be annoying or frustrating.
In this post, we’ll show how you can best use ASP.NET MVC with these practices. Each practices are separated by Model, View, and Controller.
For instance, you need to delete the AccountController since you’ll never be using it and it can be a bad practice to keep the demo code into your application.
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