Routing Assistant can extract every kind of ASP.NET routes from your projects, including custom ones. Based on your security settings (which can be modified under the Tools > Options menu), routes are identified at runtime, using both an emulated ASP.NET environment and a static analyzer for the output of your projects.
Within Routing Explorer and URL Mapper, Routing Assistant uses different icons to provide a visual feedback to the user about the kinds of the displayed routes, along with a short tooltip description (on the top of each icon).
Standard MVC routes
This kind of route, identified by the icon, maps URLs to an ASP.NET MVC controller.
Web API routes
This kind of route, identified by the icon, maps URLs to an ASP.NET Web API.
This kind of route, identified by the icon, represents a route which serves a physical file.
This kind of route, identified by the icon, represents a route which can be used to serve embedded resources.
URLs which match this kind route, identified by the will be ignored by the ASP.NET routing engine.
These routes, identified by the icon, maps URLs to an ASP.NET MVC controller, using the declarative (attribute-based) model. In order to define and use declarative routes in your project, you will need to add a reference to the Cobisi MVC Extensions assembly (Cobisi.Web.MvcExtensions.dll) and decorate your actions with the [Route] attribute, as explained in the tutorial for Cobisi MVC Extensions.
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