Part 4. Cross-cutting advanced topics

Now that you’ve made it from part 1 through part 3, you have a deep understanding of the parts of ASP.NET MVC as well as how to apply abstract patterns when your usage of the framework changes. You understand how programming for small web applications differs from programming for applications with many screens. You understand the techniques to employ when programming alone, and what should be done when programming ASP.NET MVC in a team setting.

Part 4 consists of several cross-cutting advanced topics. Chapter 24 looks at debugging routes, an important technique once an application starts incorporating custom routes. Chapter 25 introduces Visual Studio customization for ASP.NET MVC using templates. Chapter ...

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