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.NET MVC Development

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ASP.NET MVC model binding simplifies controller actions by introducing an abstraction layer that automatically populates controller action parameters, taking care of the mundane property mapping .
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ASP.NET MVC model binding simplifies controller actions by introducing an abstraction layer that automatically populates controller action parameters, taking care of the mundane property mapping and type conversion code typically involved in working with ASP.NET request data. Though model binding seems simple, its actually a relatively complex framework composed of a number of parts that work together to create and populate the objects that your controller actions require.

This article will take you deep into the heart of the ASP.NET MVC model binding subsystem, showing each layer of the model binding framework and the various ways you can extend the model binding logic to meet your applications needs. Along the way, youll see a few frequently overlooked model binding techniques as well as how to avoid some of the most common model binding mistakes.

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