Full-Stack Development - Application Development Using .NET, MVC Framework Training In Bangalore
Full-Stack Development - Application Development Using .NET, MVC Framework
A full-stack developer is a developer who can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. Depending on the project, he can either work on a mobile stack, web stack or a native application stack.
Stack refers to a collection of sub-modules. These modules are combined to achieve the function without compromising the end result.
The full stack is advantageous to the company in the sense that that the developer can rapidly design an application with his or her tremendous skills. From another aspect, they can provide help to everyone in the team thereby helping the company to reduce its technical cost.
However, full-stack developers are also criticized for the fact that they are the jack of all trades but master of none. So, in a way, even after knowing so many skills, they aren’t proficient in the majority of them.
As for how to make the architecture more suitable for modular development, that’s a question.
- MVC Architecture
MVC stands for Model View Controller. It separates the architecture into 3 logical processes- the model, view and the controller. Each of these is specific to an aspect of the application, thereby making it one of the most preferred industry web development frameworks to create a scalable and extensible process.
All the data related logic with which the user works fall under the Model component. These include business-related logic or data that is being transferred between View and Controller.
For example, a Customer object will retrieve the customer information from the database, manipulate it and update its data back to the database.
All the UI/UX parts fall under the view component. Some of the examples include text boxes, checkboxes, products menu, etc. This is the component with which the end-user interacts.
An interface between Model and View Components to process all the business logic and incoming requests and finally rendering the final output is called the controller. For example, the Customer controller will handle all the interactions and inputs from the Customer View and update the database using the Customer Model.
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ASP.NET supports three major development models: MVC, Web Pages, and WebForms. ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework and is integrated with the existing ASP.NET features, such as master pages, authentication, routing, etc. Within .NET, this framework is defined in the System.Web.MVC assembly. The latest version of the MVC Framework is 5.0.
ASP.NET is ideal for developing lightweight and complex applications. It utilizes component-based design thereby helping the developers to efficiently split the work and manage the complexity of the project. It also supports the creation of mock objects, therefore the application is test-driven. Concepts like Authorization and Authentication, Master Pages, Data Binding, User Controls, Memberships, ASP.NET Routing, etc are used which gives it a fair advantage over its competitors.