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    ASP.NET MVC Tutorials

    I am using 3 tier architecture and Vs 2008.I want to learn mvc.From where I can start?
  • #724473
    All the tutorials are placed in this

    if you want video materials

    its best to watch videos to get better understanding

  • #724478
    Refer the official MVC site for a lot of tutorial and content and downloads.

    Thanks & Regards
    Anil Kumar Pandey
    Microsoft MVP, DNS MVM

  • #724480
    Hai Pinky,
    There are various websites and tutorials where you can learn the MVC.
    First of all you can go through the difference between the and MVC and then you can start the MVC and its implementation.
    You can go through the below tutorial which describes about the MVC patterns and how you can start with:

    Hope it will be helpful to you.

    Pawan Awasthi(DNS MVM)
    +91 8123489140 (whatsApp), +60 14365 1476(Malaysia)

  • #724488

    Refer Microsoft site there itself you found no.of results based on your search.

    Give respect to your work, Instead of trying to impress your boss.

    Blog :

  • #724492

    MVC is a different concept. MVC Model separates the components of a Web application into three main components, the model, the view, and the controller. This gives you more control over the individual parts of the application, which allows you to develop, modify, and test the application with ease..

    In regular three tier architecture your applications are built on tiered architecture like UI, code behind, .NET classes and Data layer.

    You may learn more about this difference form one of the best article we have in DNS,

    Asheej T K

  • #724515
    Thanks to all of u,for ur reply.....

  • #724533
    Well . I recommend . Search for vtc mvc .Download video tutorial . Give a kick start for learn.
    Rakesh Chaubey

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