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Wrap Up1:37 with James Churchill
Let's review what we covered in this workshop and talk about next steps.
You can download the files for my completed Visual Studio project here:
You can view my completed website online here:
The official ASP.NET website has a lot of great content for learning more about the MVC Framework.
Want to become a better learner? Check out the book Make It Stick by Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, and Mark A. McDaniel.
Drawing on cognitive psychology and other fields, Make It Stick offers techniques for becoming more productive learners, and cautions against study habits and practice routines that turn out to be counterproductive.
If you get stuck, or have a question about ASP.NET MVC or C#, or want to help others, be sure to check out the Treehouse Community.
Deploying Your Website
If you want to learn how to deploy your ASP.NET MVC website to the cloud, check out these resources.
To deploy your website to a hosting provider, check out your hosting provider's support pages for instructions specific to that provider.
Congrats on creating your first ASP.NET MVC website.
You've taken your first steps towards becoming an MVC developer.
I hope you had fun.
I know that I did.
Let's take a minute to review, we created an MVC website using Visual Studio.
Once we created our website, learn how to run it so
that we could preview it in a browser.
Then we reviewed the anatomy of our project
which helped us to add a new page and menu item.
Lastly, we learned how to update our websites content.
We covered a lot of ground in this workshop but there's always more to learn.
Microsoft's official ASP.NET website has a lot of great content for
learning more about the MVC framework.
You can find the ASP.NET website at ASP.NET/MVC.
Research has shown that successful learning has a lot to do with retention,
a tried and true method for
improving retention is to practice what you've learned.
I know it's corny but it's true, practice makes perfect, so
be sure to practice as much as you can.
You can create a website for one of your hobbies or interests, or
help a friend or family member.
The possibilities are endless.
Lastly, if you've created a website that you're particularly proud of,
I'd encourage you to share it with others on the Treehouse community.
Visual Studio makes it easy to publish your website.
So that others can see and enjoy your creation.
See the teacher's notes for links to resources on how to publish your website.
Good luck with creating your next ASP.NET MVC website.
See you next time.
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