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This blog explains the steps you'll need to follow to create a simple one page website in ASP.NET MVC. The aim of the blog is not to act as a tutorial, but to help people choose between ASP.NET MVC and classic ASP.NET.
Posted by Andy Brown on 16 June 2014
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Creating an ASP.NET MVC website
To get our example started, we need to create a website. In Visual Studio, choose to create a new project:
Choose to create a new MVC website using C# ( we're using MVC 4 here).
Choose the following options:
Choose to create a basic website.
Visual Studio will create a basic structure for your website:
The folders and files created. Don't go looking for your .aspx files - there aren't any! MVC is much more complicated than that ...
Now that we've got a website, we can create an entity model.