ASP.NET MVC architecture - different from others

How is the ASP.NET MVC architecture different from others?

-ASP.NET MVC uses a complete Model-View-Controller architecture that combines the Controller and the View in a way that both meet the dependency of each other.

-The testing of the architecture can be done by instantiating a View and carrying out the unit tests without running the controllers through the complete cycle.

-The control of MVC on the output is complete and it renders the HTML in a very clean way.

-The architecture provides an orientation towards the standard compliant pages and control over the behavior of the applications.

-The knowledge of many programming language gets reduced and the model can become more abstract from lots of details that is provided for the ease of use.
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