Creating a Wizard in ASP.NET MVC Part 1

There are times where you want to simplify the way your users accept user input by using a wizard-driven user interface as it is simpler due to its logically divided group and pieces of information that any user can easily digest. When you have to create a wizard, all you need to do is fire up ASP.NET MVC, develop a wizard that stores data in ASP.NET Session and let it work in the traditional form of submission.

This is just part one of the tutorial so expect this to work in the most basic means possible.

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