Lesson 8 - E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Product management, part 2
In the previous lesson, E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Product management, we prepared a controller, a manager, and a viewmodel to display the edit form of our e-shop products. In today'S ASP.NET Core tutorial, we're going to continue by creating a view and processing the submitted data.
Product management - 2nd part
Let's remember how the final form should look like:
A form for adding and editing products
We can add the view either by using the context menu in the Solution Explorer
or better (so we don't have to create a folder structure) by using the context
menu directly in the
Manage() method of the
ProductController via the Add View command. If we
want to reduce the amount of code, we can generate the base of the form by
Edit as the Template and
Product as the
Model class; see the figure below:
Let's go through the necessary modifications before introducing the view code:
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