Attribute Routing vs Convention Routing - ASP.NET MVC Demystified

For most of ASP.NET MVC's lifetime, routing has been accomplished via Convention Routing, which allows developers to specify a format or group of formats which can be used to parse incoming URLs and determine the appropriate actions, controllers, and data to use for that request. In MVC 5, though, Microsoft introduced another scheme called Attribute Routing. Attribute Routing allows us to define routes in close proximity to their actions, giving us greater flexibility. Let's dive into Routing as a... Read more >
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