ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate Now Available
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by Scott Guthrie
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Go To Controller / Go To View

The RC build now supports the ability to quickly navigate between the Controllers and Views within your projects. 

When your cursor is within a Controller action method you can type Ctrl-M, Ctrl-G to quickly navigate to its corresponding view template.  You can also perform this same navigation jump by right-clicking within the action method and selecting the “Go To View” menu option:

Figure 19

In the example above we used the “Go To View” command within the “Edit” action method of the ProductsController class.  This will cause the \Views\Products\Edit.aspx view template to be opened and have the default focus within VS:

Figure 20

Within view templates you can also now type Ctrl-M, Ctrl-G to quickly navigate to the view’s corresponding Controller class.  You can also perform this navigation jump by right-clicking within the view template and selecting the “Go To Controller” menu option:

Figure 21

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User Comments

Title: Awesome article, great work!   
Name: George Loew
Date: 2009-03-25 12:20:05 AM
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 ( and everything works beautifully.

I am rating 5 stars for this article and I am looking forward to your next articles.
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Name: Meysam
Date: 2009-03-05 2:14:50 AM
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