In this Model binding in ASP.NET Core article, we will learn How to pass data from View to Controller. We learn what is Model binding is and how it works. The ASP.NET core allows us to bind data from various binding sources like HTML Forms using [FromForm], Route Values using [FromRoute], Query string using [FromQuery], Request body using [FromBody] and From Request Header using [FromHeader]. We will look at all these in this chapter
Passing data from Controller to View Strongly Typed Views In this tutorial, we will build a very basic data entry form using the ASP.NET Core. A form is an HTML form that lets visitors to enter the information in the web page. We will build a simple form, which will accept the product details. […]
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to pass data from Controller to View. We should create View Models with all of the needed data and pass it from the controller to the View. The View Models can be passed to the View by creating a dynamic property in ViewBag. It can be passed using the Model Property of the ViewData. The Model property allows us to create the strongly typed Views using the @model directive. We will look at all these in this tutorial.
In this article, we will give you a brief introduction to Model in the ASP.NET Core application. The Model could mean many things depending on the what are you trying to do. In the Context of ASP.NET Core MVC Apps, the model could be a Domain model, View Model or an Edit Model. We will learn what they are and how and where to use them
The Layouts and sections in ASP.NET MVC core help us to maintain a consistent look across all the pages or views of our application. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a Layout page, which is shared between the views. We will use the Renderbody to render the view. We will also see how to define sections and render it using the RenderSection. Finally, We will take a look at _viewstart to define the layout Page.