In Chapter 15, you saw how action methods can return
ActionResult objects. As you learned, the most commonly used action result is
ViewResult, which causes a view to be rendered and returned to the client.
You have seen views being used in many examples already, so you know roughly what they do. In this chapter, we will focus and clarify that knowledge. We will begin by showing you how the MVC Framework handles
ViewResults using view engines, including demonstrating how to create a custom view engine. Next, we will describe techniques for working effectively with the built-in Razor View Engine. Then we will cover how to create ...