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Beginners Guide to MongoDB and C# MVC 2.0

The “hello world” for web applications is a basic blog with posts and comments. This time using MongoDB and C# MVC 2.0:

First things first, call this a disclaimer if you like…. This blog is what I took from working with MongoDB and MVC C#. I have worked with C# .Net with web forms but never MVC or MongoDB. This is basically my experience setting up and creating an application to create a blog with posts and comments. I’ll start by giving a brief description, in layman’s terms, as to what MVC is all about.

Beginners Guide to MongoDB and C# MVC 2.0 originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL

via: http://www.dotnetconvo.com/post/view/2010/8/3/exploring-mongodb-and-an-n-tier-mvc-2-0-architecture-using-c