Model binding is the process of creating .NET objects using the data sent by the browser in an HTTP request. We have been relying on the model binding process each time we have defined an action method that takes a parameter—the parameter objects are created by model binding. In this chapter, we’ll show you how the model binding system works and demonstrate the techniques required to customize it for advanced use.
For this chapter, we have created a new Visual Studio MVC project called
MvcModels using the
Basic template option. We will be using the same model class that you have seen in previous ...