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ASP NET Core Model Binding

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In this video we will discuss Model Binding in ASP.NET Core with examples. Model binding maps data in an HTTP request to controller action method parameters The action parameters may be simple types such as integers, strings, etc or complex types like Customer, Employee, Order etc. Text version of the video https://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2019/04/aspnet-core-model-binding.html Slides https://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2019/04/aspnet-core-model-binding-slides.html ASP.NET Core Text Articles & Slides https://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2019/01/aspnet-core-tutorial-for-beginners.html ASP.NET Core Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6n9fhu94yhVkdrusLaQsfERmL_Jh4XmU Angular, JavaScript, jQuery, Dot Net & SQL Playlists https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd
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ganesh Lamichhane (23 days ago)
null reference exception is occured when press create button how can i solve it?
MP MP (26 days ago)
I need some suggestions. I have been following along learning a lot. This is the first time I have gotten stumped. My Create Post action does not seem to be getting to the HomeController Post method. There are no build errors. Output shows a lot of threads exiting with error code 0. I have tried putting Break points on both the Get and Post HomeController methods. The HttpGet Create method is being hit, the HttpPost Create method is not. How can I further debug this? Thank you very much. BTW I am using VS 2019 Core 2.2
MP MP (26 days ago)
Nevermind, it was my html. I changed the button for an input type="submit". Works great! TYVM for these tutorials!
aman rathee (1 month ago)
Great tutorial ! Can you please share the list of contents that we will be covering in this ASP.NET CORE tutorial so that we can get an idea of how much part has been covered and how much is left.
Wag Tail (1 month ago)
Sir, actually I want to learn asp.net but I can't take any decisions till now because of some hesitations. should I need to start with asp.net or asp.net core ?
kudvenkat (1 month ago)
Hello Wag - ASP .NET Core is a new technology from Microsoft. However, there are still plenty of opportunities with ASP .NET MVC. Lot of ASP .NET MVC concepts are also relevant in ASP .NET Core. So I suggest learn both ASP .NET MVC and ASP .NET Core to expand your skill set. Hope this helps.
cool water (1 month ago)
Thanks Venkat.
ganesh Lamichhane (1 month ago)
thank you
Sakthi Raju (1 month ago)
Sir, nice explanation
Sofian Hanash (1 month ago)
Another great video, thnx alot. Just a question: why couldn't say? return RedirectToAction("Details", newEmployee.Id ); why do we need to create a new anonymous object to pass the new employee id?
Yashaswi Narkhedkar (1 month ago)
Please make video on azure DevOps
Huseyn Mikayil (1 month ago)
You are the best tutor I've ever seen.
vinayak h (1 month ago)
Thank you Venkat sir, you are awesome!

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