Understand How Web Forms is different with MVC

Understand How Web Forms is different with MVC

Web Forms Vs MVC

Web FormsASP.NET
Use Code behind technique that is divided into two part .aspx file for View and .aspx.cs/.aspx.vb for Code fileUses MVC design pattern based development model, that manage the application into separate 3 folders Model, View, Controller
ASP.NET Web Form uses server controlsASP.NET MVC uses html helpers
ASP.NET Web Form supports view state for state management at client-sideASP.NET MVC does not support view state
ASP.NET Web Forms model follows a Page Life cycleNo Page Life cycle like Web Forms. Request cycle is simple in ASP.NET MVC model
Provides limited control over Rendered HTML, JavaScript and CSS that is necessary in many casesFull control over Rendered HTML, JavaScript, and CSS
It's good for small scale applications with limited team sizeASP.NET MVC is a recommended approach for large-scale applications where various teams are working together
Asp.Net Web Form has file-based URLs. It means file name exists in the URLs and they must exist physically.
Asp.Net MVC has route-based URLs that means URLs which are redirected to controllers and actions.
In Web Form, views are tightly coupled to Code behind(ASPX-CS), i.e., logic.
MVC, Views, and logic are always kept separately.
It has master pages for a consistent look.
Asp.Net MVC has layouts for a consistent look.
Web Form offers User Controls for code re-usability.
Asp.Net MVC has offered partial views for code re-usability.
Automatic state management of controls.
Manual state management.

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