Daniel Fisher (lennybacon.com)


In the last post I showed how to use the ASP.NET 3.5 Routing Engine for URLRewriting purposes. I want to go further in this post by adding the ability to add variables into a route path and forward and append query string variables to the destination Web Form request.

With ASP.NET MVC comes a component that is called the routing engine. In ASP.NET MVC it is responsible to assign a controller to an incoming request:

Sergey has posted a Control he wrote and has some interesting thoughts on ViewState and ControlState.