You control the behavior of the widgets through properties. In the standard WebForms model, properties of the Control class are directly mapped to properties you can set through the widget designer. The same approach is used for MVC widgets. Every property that you implement in your controller class is displayed in the widget's designer advanced mode.
In this example, in the controller class, you add a property called HeaderText of type string.
To access the value of this property in the view, you add it to the ViewData dictionary. You also specify the category each property appears in. You do this in the Action method of the controller.
For more information, see For developers: Create the controller.
Afterwards, you implement the View to take the value of this property and display it in the <h1> tag of the view.
For more information, see For developers: Create the view.
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