Can you explain why @model (lowercase 'm') is added to the top of the detail, but to use, it is uppercase 'M'odel.
For example, we reference "Model.DisplayText", and "Model.SeriesTitle" in the Detail.
Steven Parker200,588 Points
@model (lowercase) is the derective that defines the class to be used as a model, but
Model (capital "M") is a reference to the instance of the class that was passed in.
It can seem a bit counter-intuitive at first, I remember it took a while for me to get used to it.