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Keep your views clean with Display Templates

Display templates (along with Editor templates) are a powerful feature of ASP.NET MVC. They allow us to create reusable HTML snippets, much like we do with partial views. In this post we'll discuss how display templates can simplify our view logic. We'll display a collection of data without a single
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