Getting Posted ASP.NET MVC Form Data
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by Brendan Enrick
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Conclusion

Now that we know how to work with the data that is being passed to us from the HTML forms in ASP.NET MVC, we will be able to store the information as well as adjust the user experience based on this data.

Working with ASP.NET MVC is extremely easy because we are given a great deal of control that we did not previously have. We are also given many options for working with data as we were before. We had the Request.Form as well as direct access to the controls as class-level variables.

Working with controller actions' parameters gives us an easy way to obtain user data in a way which is friendly to developers attempting to read through and understand the code.

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Title: Nice explanation   
Name: Michael Rogers
Date: 2009-11-29 9:57:42 PM
Comment:
Thank you for providing such a clear and succinct explanation.
Title: Very informative and well compiled.   
Name: B.P.Mishra
Date: 2009-08-03 5:08:48 AM
Comment:
Dear Brendan
This article gave me new idea about the MVC framework as I am in the process of learning it.Thank you.keepup the goodwork.
Regards
B.P.Mishra
Title: Nice Blog!   
Name: Software Testing India
Date: 2009-07-28 8:15:44 AM
Comment:
Thanks for this essential blog.

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