Monday, June 24, 2024

ASP.NET MVC request life cycle:

In ASP.NET MVC, understanding the request life cycle is essential for building robust web applications. Let’s explore the key stages of the ASP.NET MVC request life cycle
  • When a client makes a request (e.g., visits a URL), the routing module processes it. 
  • The routing module maps the requested URL to a specific controller action based on predefined routes. 
  • Routes are defined in the RouteConfig.cs (or Startup.cs for ASP.NET Core) file. 
MVC Handler: 
  • Once the route is determined, the MVC handler is responsible for creating the appropriate controller instance. 
  • The controller is instantiated, and the action method is invoked. Controller Action Execution: 
  • The controller’s action method processes the request. 
  • It interacts with the model (data) and prepares the data to be displayed. 
  • The action method returns an ActionResult (e.g., a view, JSON, or redirect). 
View Result: 
  • The view engine processes the view result returned by the action method. 
  • It locates the corresponding view file (.cshtml) based on conventions. 
  • The view is rendered, and dynamic data is injected into the HTML. 
View Engine and View: 
  • The view engine compiles the view into HTML. 
  • The final HTML content is sent as the response to the client. 
  • The client’s browser renders the page. 
Application_End (Optional): 
  • If the application pool recycles or certain thresholds are exceeded, the Application_End event in Global.asax.cs is fired. 
  • This event allows you to perform cleanup tasks before the application shuts down.

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