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Creating ReST architectures with ASP.NET MVC is more than just decorating actions with verbs. It’s about leveraging HTTP as an application protocol to its full potential. In doing so, we can create robust and scalable applications, not only from a performance point of view but also in terms of change and maintainability.
To help tame large applications and organize site functionality, ASP.NET MVC 2 introduced the concept of areas. Areas allow you to segregate controllers, models, and views into different physical locations, with the area-specific pieces in a single area folder. This article shows how T4MVC templates help you generate URLs and links between areas.
The only available test framework that’s provided out of the box with ASP.NET MVC 3 is the Visual Studio Unit Test framework. This article, based on chapter 23 of ASP.NET MVC 3 in Action, shows you how to create and install custom test project templates and view engine options.
The ASP.NET MVC framework is presented with a business case for the use of MVC in custom web solutions. In addition, the video showcases some of its technical features at a high level.