Introducing Razor Pages
Razor Pages is a brand new feature in .NET Core 2.0 that brings the Page Model back into .NET Core, providing developers a simple, effective, and above all, easy way to create dynamic web pages without having to get into the details of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach.
Or is it?
Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they try to make sense of that one last .NET Core 2.0 feature that they left out in the last episode, Razor Pages. What exactly is it? Is it actually simple? Is it really easier than using ASP.NET Core MVC?
Show Notes and Related Links
- Razor Pages - Official Documentation
- Razor Pages - Getting Started with the Preview (Mike’s DotNetting)
- Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods (Mike’s DotNetting)
- Model-View-Presenter (MVP) Design Pattern
- MVC or MVP Pattern - What’s the Difference? (Todd’s blog post)
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