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ASP.NET MVC - Beyond the Blue Screen

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October 3, 2009 11:30 AM

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

ASP.NET MVC is a great tool for developing data-driven websites that capture and display data. The Model-View-Controller architectural pattern allows for the separation of the data and business rules (the Model) from the user interface (the View) and from the application logic (the Controller.)

Many of the ASP.NET MVC tutorials all have the same look and feel using the same out-of-the-box blue “theme” and standard tabbed navigation.

This session will look at how to take your site to the next level. We’ll look at how MVC incorporates Master Pages and CSS and how you can use those features to give a site your own style. We’ll also look briefly at how jQuery can be used to further enhance your site. Finally, we’ll look at the ASP.NET MVC Design Gallery to see what Design Templates have already been created for your use and what it takes to incorporate them into your site.

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