The following articles demonstrates how to access properties of the Model in the dynamic content MVC views.
Each dynamic model is bound to DynamicContentItem that holds the properties of the dynamic content items. You can get or set the related data, fields, or call MVC helper methods that populate the views.
If your dynamic content type has a related data field, you can access it through Model.Item.Fields.<RelatedDataFieldName>
For example, in the sandbox, you can see how the Country detail view is accessing the MainPicture related data field. Refer to the following code sample:
You can get the basic properties of the dynamic content item, such as PublicationDate, Location, Description, using Model.Item.Fields.<PropertyName>
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