mvc uppercase Model vs lowercase model

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  1. Zane

    • 2015/8/19

    Model actually represents an instance of the class that is your model and model is an alias for lambda expression.

    When you write @Model in your view you are using the object of ContractViewModel which is passed from Controller action, if it is not passed from View it can be null and accessing any property of Model can throw Null Reference Exception and writing Model.Contractors you basically mean ContractViewModel.Contractors

    and when you write a html helper you need to write an alias for it, its not mandatory to write model you can write anything.

    for example:

    @Html.DropDownListFor(m=> m.ContractorId, Model.Contractors)
    

    It is just an alias to access the model properties inside Html Helper.

    When you write @model Project.Models.ContractViewModel at the top of View that is a different thing, in this case we are defining the model of view that it will take instance of Project.Models.ContractViewModel , actually our view is now strongly typed to instance of class Project.Models.ContractViewModel.

  2. Braylen

    • 2020/10/12

    Model actually represents an instance of the class that is your model and model is an alias for lambda expression. When you write @Model in your view you 

  3. Durand

    • 2019/1/8

    mvc uppercase Model vs lowercase model. Ask Question Asked 7 years, 5 months ago. Active 5 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 14k times 28 5. I'm working on a MVC 5 project

  4. Josue

    • 2019/11/29

    @model is used to "import" a model in the view page while the @Model represents the imported model and is where you retrieve its properties.

  5. Landon

    • 2017/6/6

    My understanding is that MVC is case sensitive: that 'model' (lower-case) is a different entitiy than 'Model' (upper-case). Assumption 1: '@model' at top of code sets the variable '@model' to 'MvcRecipe.Models.Category'. Any time '@model' is used within this view (only) it is referring to the longer path 'MvcRecipe.Models.Category'.

  6. Jakob

    • 2021/7/28

    My understanding is that MVC is case sensitive: that 'model' (lower-case) is a different entitiy than 'Model' (upper-case).

  7. Remington

    • 2017/8/20

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  8. Ezequiel

    • 2016/9/23

    I'm working on a MVC 5 project, very new to MVC. I noticed this line in the code:@Html.DropDownListFor(model => model.ContractorId, Model.

  9. Cooper

    • 2019/10/12

    mvc uppercase Model vs lowercase model. stackoverflow.com 38. SqlCommand with using statement. stackoverflow.com 34. How to call controller from the button click in

  10. Howard

    • 2018/8/8

    Uppercase and Lowercase ModelBinder attributes for Asp.Net MVC2 MVC.Annotations;. using Studio.Models.Shared;. namespace Studio.Models.Customer.

  11. Amos

    • 2020/5/2

    So if we type URLs then it wont consider the upper case or lower case. In ASP.NET MVC, route generates outgoing URLs based on the casing of our controller and action names. By default, ASP.NET MVC controllers are classes and actions are methods,so these outgoing URLs are likely be camel-case.

  12. Bo

    • 2021/5/28

    I have an auto generated partial class in my Model folder with lots of properties and I need to modify some of the setters in these properties( 

  13. Conor

    • 2015/3/12

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  14. Aaron

    • 2019/12/7

    I just tried to make my @Model lowercase. It gets rewritten as @Model. I just don;t get why Visual Studio is re writting my code that others have working.

  15. Crew

    • 2019/9/23

    The RegularExpression Data Annotation can be applied to Model Properties and used for The Regular expression will allow only Upper Case and Lower Case 

  16. Eugene

    • 2015/7/20

    TblReg = (from s in _context.TblReg where s.Name.ToLower().ToString().Contains(searchtext) select s).Skip((PageNo - 1) * pagesize).

  17. Keaton

    • 2016/11/18

    .Editor(e => e.TextBox());. so you have firstName and FirstName. Any reason for the difference. Thanks.

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