Introduction to model validation Before an app stores data in a database, the app must validate the data. Data must be checked for potential security threats, verified that it is appropriately formatted by type and size, and it must conform to your rules. Validation is necessary although it can be redundant and tedious to implement.
Introduction to model binding Model binding in ASP.NET Core MVC maps data from HTTP requests to action method parameters. The parameters may be simple types such as strings, integers, or floats, or they may be complex types. This is a great feature of MVC because mapping incoming data to a counterpart is an often repeated
Bundling and minification are two techniques you can use in ASP.NET to improve page load performance for your web application. Bundling combines multiple files into a single file. Minification performs a variety of different code optimizations to scripts and CSS, which results in smaller payloads. Used together, bundling and minification improves load time performance by
Users of web applications have increasingly high expectations when it comes to style and overall experience. Modern web applications frequently leverage rich tools and frameworks for defining and managing their look and feel in a consistent manner. Frameworks like Bootstrap can go a long way toward defining a common set of styles and layout options
How do filters work? Each filter type is executed at a different stage in the pipeline, and thus has its own set of intended scenarios. Choose what type of filter to create based on the task you need it to perform, and where in the request pipeline it executes. Filters run within the MVC Action
What is a Controller In ASP.NET MVC, a Controller is used to define and group a set of actions. An action (or action method) is a method on a controller that handles incoming requests. Controllers provide a logical means of grouping similar actions together, allowing common sets of rules (e.g. routing, caching, authorization) to be