The building blocks of Angular Applications consists of Components, Templates, Directives, Pipes, and Services. We build a lot of such blocks to create the complete application. As the application grows bigger in size managing these blocks become difficult. The Angular Provides a nice way organize these blocks in a simple and effectively using Angular modules (Also known as ngModules).
The Form Tag Helper targets the HTML form element and generates the action URL & action method attributes. It uses the various server-side attributes like asp-controller, asp-action, asp-route- etc to generate the form element in the view
The Route Constraints helps us to filter out or restrict the unwanted values from reaching the controller action. It does so by checking the Constraint against the value of the URL Parameter. For Example, you would want to Route engine to match a particular route only if int value is supplied for an URL parameter.
In this article, we will look at the Attribute Routing in ASP.NET Core Apps. We learnt the basics of Routing in the last tutorial. Routing is how ASP.NET Core matches an incoming URL to a controller action.
One of the most important parts of the MVC Architecture is the Routing engine. It is the Routing engine that decides to invoke controller for a particular request. In this Tutorial, we will look at How the Routing Works in ASP.NET Core app.