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URL Routing: ASP.NET feature When Microsoft released ASP.NET MVC 2 with .NE T framework 3.5, they introduced the URL routing feature. It is basically a very creative way to get rid of the long-long URLs and the .aspx extensions every time. So, now the Microsoft introduced URL routing with ASP.NET 4.0 as a fully integrated, very powerful and straight forward feature. What is URL routing: Explanation: The visitors of the website access the web applications and websites using some URL that is normally he physical path of the pages. So, URL Routing is a way to provide your own URL instead of the physical path of the page. Here, routing allows us a way to configure our application to accept a requested URL which actually doesn’t map to the physical files. From the security point of view, it’s important because the ASP.NET programmers can easily know the solution architecture of the application. Furthermore, the ASP.NET router enables the ASP.NET programmers to define any kind of custom routes and we can easily map it to our webform page.
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