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ASP.NET MVC Model Binding and Data Annotation

The ASP.NET MVC separates an web application into three main components: the model, the view, and the controller. The MVC framework maps URLs and passes requests to the controllers. It also provides model binding that retrieves data from requests, populates controller action parameters, takes care of the property mapping and type conversion typically involved in working with ASP.NET request data.

In this article, I will talk about model binding and data validation with data annotation. This article is meant to highlight some of the details of model binding and annotation in MVC that developers may face when you develop MVC application.

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