ASP.NET MVC Benefits

Compared to Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC applications benefit by including all ASP.NET core features but also by the features in the MVC pattern. Some of those benefits are: • o manage complexity by clearly separating the functionality of the application into three core parts, the model, the view, and the …

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When to Use ASP.NET MVC

ASP.NET MVC has certain capabilities that make it the best option to choose if you need one or more of the following: • A high level of control over the generated HTML: Unlike Web Forms, Views in ASP.NET MVC render HTML exactly as you tell them to. Recently, Web Forms …

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ASP.NET MVC is a free and fully supported framework for building web applications that use the model-view-controller pattern. Like ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC is built on top of the ASP.NET Framework. This means you can use in ASP.NET MVC applications the same APIs for security, state management, membership, caching, …

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What is Connection Pooling?

A Connection Pool is a container of open and reusable connections. A Connection Pool is released from the memory when the last connection to the database is closed.   The Data Providers in ADO.NET have Connection Pooling turned on by default; if you need to turn it off, specify Pooling …

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