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    • About Me Lohith G N Developer Evangelist, Telerik Microsoft MVP – ASP.NET/IIS Lohith.Nagaraj@Telerik.com www.telerikhelper.net www.kashyapas.com @kashyapa
    • AgendaRazor(1 Hr)ASP.NETMVC(2 Hr)BreakWeb API(1 Hr)MVCMobileFeatures(1 Hr)Q & A(1 Hr)
    • Telerik at a Glance• Established in 2002• Telerik is now a leading vendor of productivity tools & solutions• 11 global offices, 700+ people, 100,000+ loyal customers in over 90countries• 880,000 Registered users in the Telerik Online Community• True global vendor – no vertical or geographical focus• Numerous business awards, hundreds of technology awards“Deliver More Than Expected”
    • IMPROVING DEVELOPERPRODUCTIVITYHOW ABOUT SOME FREE HOURS FOR LEISURE ?
    • End to End ProviderSolutions for all aspects of Software DevelopmentAutomated Functional &Performance UI TestingUnit TestingLoad/Stress TestingExploratry TestingTestingRequirements GatheringProject ManagementDefect ManagementTeam and CustomerCollaborationPlanningMulti-platform UI toolsCode quality and performancetoolsData access and reporting toolsConstruction
    • Overview of RazorSyntaxLAP AROUND RAZOR
    • What is Razor View Engine in ASP.NET Design Goals Compact, Expressive, Fluid Easy to Learn Is not a new language Works with any text editor
    • 1. Add Code using @ character
    • 2. Enclose code blocks in braces
    • 3. Inside a block, semicolon endsthe statement
    • 4. Use Variables to store values
    • 5. Enclose literal string values indouble quotation marks
    • 6. Code is Case Sensitive
    • 7. Using Objects
    • 8. Decision Making Code
    • Thank You.
    • Q & A