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Last post Dec 24, 2012 03:54 PM by bruce (sqlwork.com)
Dec 24, 2012 04:00 AM|LINK
What is meant my client side FRAMEWORk w.r.t MVC???..How do we differenttiate or corelate the two terms Framework or controls.....
Dec 24, 2012 04:35 AM|LINK
I'm not sure what context you mean, but it sounds like the difference between browser (client) and MVC (server). So a client side framework might be jQuery or something else.
Dec 24, 2012 04:38 AM|LINK
Are you talking about wrt MVC Struts? If so that is related to java and has nothing to do with ASP.NET MVC. ASP.NET MVC is written in either C# or VB.NET using the .NET framework on the microsoft stack.
make development faster and easier. In the case of ASP.NET MVC the framework has a few core features including routing, databinding and more. It encompases the process of creating webpages and shuttling data from the server to the user and back.
Controls on the otherhand are specific to a task like a textbox or button. In ASP.NET MVC there are no server side controls.
Dec 24, 2012 05:16 AM|LINK
Thanks for the clarification. As i understand Whn we 1st start MVC application ... We 1st select a client side library and then implement controls from it.. Correct? Can we use multiple client side libraries in a single project??? Please suggest some good
free client side libraries
Dec 24, 2012 05:43 AM|LINK
When developing for ASP.NET MVC you don't need any client side libraries. You could include one or more, but it is not required and ASP.NET MVC functions completely independent of it (it doesn't need a client side library.)
ASP.NET MVC does not have server side controls and you don't need to implment any.
I would highly recommend you do some research on the basic of ASP.NET MVC to get a good understanding of the framework.
See the tutorials here:
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Dec 24, 2012 03:54 PM|LINK
to use a client side MVC toolkit.