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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Creating the views

Let's return to the web-shop project. If you have not yet added the required assets for debugging and resolved your dependencies, you should do this. Now, a little information on ASP.NET MVC. MVC is short for Model-View-Controller. Basically, we have a controller, which is sitting on our backend waiting for requests. Whenever a request is sent to the controller, it will serve up an HTML page, a so-called view. The controller typically passes a model, some C# class with properties and methods, to the view which the view can use to render information on the page. MVC is a common pattern used in many languages (it is certainly not C#- or .NET-specific).

In your file explorer, you can see that .NET already created a HomeController ...

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