In the recent Web development environment, it is not rare that you need to reference many CSS and JS files across the site. Rather than reference them one by one, MVC 4 provides the “Bundling” feature that combine style or script files into a single resources.
The “Application_Start()” method in the “Global.asax” is the entry point of the MVC web application. Routes, areas, and global filters are initialized here. MVC 4 project templates provide a little bit different way of initializing these features.
IMHP, MVC 3 was a nice enhancement from the previous versions of MVC. Especially, the “Razor” syntax became the corner stone of ASP.NET MVC programming.
MVC evolves so fast and it is hard to keep up with the changes. What’s new in MVC 4 then?