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End of Tutorial

2010-08-03 #mvc

You’ve now seen how ASP.NET MVC can be used to create a realistic e-commerce application. This extended example demonstrated many of the framework’s features (controllers, actions, routing, views and partials, model binding, metadata, validation, master pages, and Forms Authentication) and related technologies (LINQ to SQL, Ninject for DI, and NUnit and Moq for unit testing). You’ve made use of clean, component-oriented architecture to separate out the application’s concerns, keeping it simple to understand and maintain.

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