Hopefully this post has helped provide some more details
about how to handle Form Input and Post scenarios with the ASP.NET MVC
Framework, as well as provided some context for how you can handle and
structure common data entry and edit scenarios with it.
here to download a .ZIP file that contains the source code for the
completed application we built above.
In future posts I'll cover how to handle validation and
error recovery situations with form input and editing scenarios. I'll talk
about some of the data and security scaffolding support built-in to enable
rapid application creation. I'll discuss how you can use ASP.NET AJAX to
perform AJAX-enabled edits using the MVC framework. And I'll drill deeper
into how you can unit test and add dependency injection to your Controllers.
Hope this helps,