Passing Data from the Action Method to the View

The most common result from a method is a ViewResult, causing a view to be rendered. All but the simplest of views require some form of data to operate on, and the MVC framework provides a range of different ways to pass data from the action method to a view. We have already encountered some of these techniques in previous chapters, but I'll recap them here for completeness.

images Note The three techniques that I describe next all pass data from an action method to a view for a single request. When the view has been rendered, the data is lost. The MVC framework supports session data if you want to pass ...

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