In the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, the view handles the application’s data presentation and user interaction. A view is an HTML template with embedded Razor markup. Razor markup is code that interacts with HTML markup to produce a web page that’s sent to the client.
- In ASP.NET MVC, views are .cshtml files that use the C# programming language in Razor markup.
Let’s start by creating a controller:
In Solution Explorer, right click on the Controllers folder and click on Add then Controller like this:
In the Add Scaffold dialog box, click MVC 5 Controller – Empty then Add:
Name your new controller “AboutUsController” and click on Add button:
- Now, you will get a controller and a view folder in your Solution Explorer.
- Let us add a view to this controller that will act as a data presentation and user interaction page.
Right click on the “ActionResult Index ()”and click Add view:
- In the Add View window, use the layout (if you have any).
- Click on Add button.
You should see a view created in the “AboutUs” folder like this:
Build your project and you can view your new view / page by going to this URL:
http://localhost:#####/AboutUs/ where ##### represents the port number.
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