Model View Controller or MVC is a sophisticated feature of Microsoft that is TDD- friendly and faster for creating loosely coupled applications that are logical for holding application data. Microsoft has recently add on quality and innovative feature to MVC in order to lessen the work load of developers and crowning MVC as more handy. MVC 3, MVC 4, MVC 5 and MVC 6 are the latest versions of MVC. However, the newest version are supportive of MVC as no external component changes or no high-end configuration takes place.
MVC is responsible for managing the user interactions as the core objective of MVC is to control user input, data to review and transmitting data to a dedicated model.
Complex applications can be managed by focusing upon a particular aspect. Without considering the business logic, the view can be focused. Group development can be managed at ease, whereas the business logic and controller logic can be handled at ease.
- MVC 3 has revolutionary features known as Bulding, Razor with ViewBag dynamic property.
- CSSS3 and HTML are supported by MVC3 with a validate model.
- ActionResults Types inclusive of additions output features such as Partial Views.
- ASP.NET MVC 4 is coded with default project templates with Asynchronous controllers.
- MVC 5 is upgraded with a brand new feature named as Attribute Routing.
- ASP.NET MVC is brilliant at identity management and Authentication.
- SignalR, WebPages, a bundle of MVC and Web API are the latest additions to MVC 6.