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ADAM FREEMAN, Pro ASP.NET Core MVC , 10.1007/978-1-4842-0397-2_5

5. Working with Razor

Adam Freeman

(1)Milton Keynes MK6 3PA, UK

In an ASP.NET Core MVC application, a component called the view engine is used to produce the content sent to clients. The default view engine is called Razor, and it processes annotated HTML files for instructions that insert dynamic content into the output sent to the browser.

In this chapter, I give you a quick tour of the Razor syntax so you can recognize Razor expressions when you see them. I am not going to supply an exhaustive Razor reference in this chapter; think of this more as a crash course in the syntax. I explore Razor in depth as I continue through the book, within the context of other ...

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