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Extreme ASP.NET: The Life And Times of an ASP.NET MVC Controller

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Here the author dissects the ASP.NET MVC framework and looks at how controllers work. He then explains how the framework interacts with your controllers and how you can influence those interactions.

Scott Allen

MSDN Magazine May 2009




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