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ASP.NET MVC Getting Started

This section is dedicated to getting developers started quickly with ASP.NET MVC by creating an empty ASP.NET MVC project.  By creating an empty project your are able to understand ASP.NET MVC at a deeper level.  Also you can pick and choose which features of ASP.NET MVC you want to use because you starting out with a clean slate.  So without further ado let's get to the blogs.  I will list the blogs in the order that I think will help build from one another.

  1.  ASP.NET MVC 5 : Create an ASP.NET MVC 5 Empty Project  A lot of people think that you can only create one kind of ASP.NET MVC 5 project, the one      with the sample application.  But the reality is that you can create an Empty ASP.NET MVC 5, you just need to do more work.  However, it is cleaner and you can add what you need, instead of having everything in place already like the default template.

  2. ASP.NET MVC Empty Project: Add JQuery Library Using NuGet In this blog we will add JQuery to the empty ASP.NET MVC 5 project that we've just created.

  3.  ASP.NET MVC Empty Project: Add Bootstrap Library Using NuGet  In this blog we will add the Bootstrap to the empty ASP.NET MVC 5 project.

  4. ASP.NET MVC Empty Project: Add JQuery UI Library Using NuGet  In this blog well add the JQuery UI library to the empty ASP.NET MVC 5 project.

  5. ASP.NET MVC Empty Project : _ViewStart.cshtml The Default Layout In this blog we will build on our existing MvcApp project and add a default layout view to the project so that each page in the project will have a common layout. This is similar what you would a master page for in web forms.

  6. ASP.NET MVC Empty Project : Adding BundleConfig From Scratch In this blog we will add BundleConfig for the JavaScript libraries which includes JQuery, and Bootstrap that we've added to our MvcApp project in the previous blogs. A configuration bundle allows you to group files that belongs in the same libraries together so that they can called with just one line of code..

  7. ASP.NET MVC 5 : Configure The BundleConfig Class To Use CDN A lot of developers assumed that they can only configure the BundleConfig class to use only local resources in their MVC project. That is not the case, in fact it is quite easy to use a cdn version of your JavaScript libraries instead of the one in your local folder.

  8. ASP.NET MVC : Create A Responsive Layout With Bootstrap  In this blog we will use Bootstrap to make the layout look more professional and responsive, so that it can be viewed in any screen size in an ASP.NET MVC layout.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks a lot for this post. It's very useful to those who wants to start a project from the scratch.

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