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Learn Razor View Engine using ASP.Net MVC for Beginners

Created by Nilay Mehta, Last Updated 14-Oct-2020, Language:English

Learn Razor View Engine using ASP.Net MVC for Beginners

This course will give you a low level understanding of Razor view engine to create views in ASP.Net MVC applications.

Created by Nilay Mehta, Last Updated 14-Oct-2020, Language:English


  • Familiar with ASP.Net & C#
  • Basic knowledge of SQL server


The view engine is responsible for creating HTML from your views. Views are usually some kind of mix-up of HTML and a programming language. The choice of view engine is important, because the feature sets of view engines are quite different. 

The Razor syntax is based on the C# programming language, and that's the language that's used most often with ASP.NET Web Pages. However, the Razor syntax also supports the Visual Basic language, and everything you see you can also do in Visual Basic.

Razor is a simple-syntax view engine and was released as part of MVC 3. The Razor syntax is a template mark-up syntax, based on the C# programming language. The idea behind Razor is to provide an optimized syntax for HTML generation using a code-focused templating approach, with minimal transition between HTML and code.

We will learn all above things through this video series. If you have any doubts, then you can contact me via mail and Q & A.

What knowledge & tools are required?

  • Basic Knowledge of C#

  • Fundamental concepts of .Net

Who should take this course?   

  • Beginner who want to Learn Razor

  • Who want to Learn Razor for    ASP.Net MVC

What will students achieve or be able to do after taking your course?

  • Create their views for ASP.Net MVC    application by using Razor View

Course Content

Nilay Mehta

Passionate Software Engineer and Instructor

Hey, My name is Nilay Mehta! I am an experienced .Net developer, having the Microsoft certificate of Programming with C#.Net. I have a Master of Computer Applications and Bachelor of Computer Application degrees. Starting out in the IT industry about 3 years ago. I've worked with a range of development tools from PHP, C#, ASP.NET, and ASP.Net core. I am a passionate software engineer who loves learning new technologies, and from the past 3 years, I'm enjoying sharing that knowledge through blogs and courses.