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Learning Kendo UI Web Development by John Adams

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Kendo UI MVC – basics

Since we will be using ASP.NET MVC quite a bit in this book, I should define some important terms so that there isn't any confusion later. MVC stands for Model-View-Controller; so let's establish a common terminology around these. First, a web page is referred to as a view and, when using Razor syntax with C#, the web pages have a file extension, cshtml. There is also the option of using Visual Basic in which case the web pages have a file extension, vbhtml, but we will be using C# in this book so you won't see this in the examples.

Second, the controller is a server-side classfile that is responsible for all of the logic used in generating the content included in a web page (view). The controller, along with the route table, ...

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