There is no doubt that Razor view engine is becoming very popular because Razor is speeding things up just a little bit more. With Razor, sometimes it may be need to see the Razor generated HTML during debugging. Sometimes there's a need to filter, change or move the Razor generated HTML. Sometimes you may need to set the different properties of your view in a separate file(however I strongly recommended that you should make your view as simple as possible). Sometimes you may also need to log the Razor generated HTML. Sometimes you may need to emit some HTML in the response output at run time. In this article, I will show you how to can see and filter the Razor generated HTML using a simple way.
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