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hello.please i need a sample code with n layer architecture in details by c# asp.net mvc.it doesnt matter about UI layer.c# winforms with n layer architecture is good too.
please help me. i have been confused!
Thank you so much!


What I have tried:

i tried 3 layer and its ok but i need a real project in mvc to see code to understand Implementation it.
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Updated 21-Jan-19 22:42pm

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Solution 1

No, you won't learn anything useful from looking at someones elses project.
All you get is a completed item that works for the specific job it was intended - t5hat doesn't teach you why it is the way it is,m or what other solutions were considered, why they were rejected. And most important of all, it tells you nothing that you can use to create your own projects later.

Instead of looking for complete solutions, give it a try yourself, or ask specific questions about your existing code and / or problems. Our just "giving you a project" doesn't help anybody ...
   
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Member 14119435 22-Jan-19 4:52am
   
Thank you for your answer.
i am trainee in a good company.
They have complained about my code
and told me looking at a complete code To correct some of your mistakes.
That's the reason I needed to a project.
Thank you for your advice
OriginalGriff 22-Jan-19 5:06am
   
If they have complained about your code, then look at the complaints, discuss them with your supervisor, and come up with a plan to fix the problems in your education!
Just "looking at a project" doesn't help you to design your own, because you have no idea why the project is how it is; you only get the final state - and you have no guarantee that that will be acceptable to the company either! :laugh:

Talk to your supervisor; he knows what is expected of you, so he is the only one who can help you come up with a plan.
Member 14119435 22-Jan-19 5:11am
   
Thank you for your advice.
I will do the same!
OriginalGriff 22-Jan-19 5:14am
   
:thumbsup:

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