Views in ASP.NET are responsible for rendering the user of a web . They are used to display data to the user and user input. Views are typically written in HTML and can include server-side code to dynamically generate the content.


Let's say we have a web application that displays a list of products. We can create a view called “ProductList.cshtml” to render the HTML for displaying the list of products.

@model List


    @foreach (var product in Model) {
  • @product.Name
  • }

In this example, the view is written in Razor syntax, allows us to embed server-side code within the HTML markup. The view expects a model of type List to be to it, which is used to iterate over the products and display their names in an unordered list.

Views can also include form elements to capture user input. For example, we can create a view called “CreateProduct.cshtml” to render a form for creating a new product.

@model Product

Create Product

In this example, the view expects a model of type Product, which represents the data for the new product. The form elements capture the name and price of the product, and when the form is submitted, it will be to the “/Products/Create” action for further processing.

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