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Ext.NET Web Application Development by Anup Shah

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A walkthrough – creating a simple ASP.NET MVC Project with Razor and Ext.NET enabled

Ext.NET also supports ASP.NET MVC with both the default view template engine, as well as the popular Razor engine. Although the majority of this book will mostly show examples using ASP.NET Web Forms, there will be some examples showing MVC and Razor usage.

Creating an MVC project and enabling Ext.NET

To get MVC support, there is a similar NuGet package, called Ext.Net.MVC. So, you can follow the earlier steps, but instead do the following:

  1. Create a new ASP.NET MVC 3 Web Application project.
  2. Use the following NuGet command:
    Install-Package Ext.NET.MVC
    

The changes will be the same as before. Web.config will be updated for you as needed, and Global.asax will have an ...

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