ASP.NET MVC (MVC) is an alternative to the classic WebForms model in ASP.NET for creating web applications. MVC is an architectural pattern that separates an application into the three components – the “model”, the “view”, and the “controller”. These three components represent the business logic, the user interface logic (UI), and the input logic, respectively.
This pattern applies the principle of a “separation of concerns” in application development, so that each of the components is responsible for one function only. While components are loosely coupled, the separation helps you manage the complexity of your web application since you focus on one aspect of the implementation at a time.
The following diagram illustrates how MVC components work together:
In addition, with MVC you can benefit from all ASP.NET features, for example forms and Windows authentication, caching, master pages, and so on.
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