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Add Controller Command

You can now type Ctrl-M, Ctrl-C within an ASP.NET MVC project, or right-click on the /Controller folder and choose the "Add->Controller" context menu item to create new controller classes:

Figure 1

 

This will cause an “Add Controller” dialog to appear that allows you to name the Controller to create, as well as optionally indicate whether you wish to automatically “scaffold” common CRUD methods:

Figure 2

Clicking the “Add” button will cause the controller class to be created and added to the project:

Figure 3


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Title: Awesome article, great work!   
Name: George Loew
Date: 2009-03-25 12:20:05 AM
Comment:
excellent article, scott! It is very useful and contain excellent information about ASP.NET MVC framework. I have had a chance to try this ASP.NET MVC technology with my current host (asphostcentral.com) and everything works beautifully.

I am rating 5 stars for this article and I am looking forward to your next articles.
Title: Cache Photo   
Name: Meysam
Date: 2009-03-05 2:14:50 AM
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Hi,
Is it possible to send cache status (304) in response to subsequent requests for a photo?

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