Working with Asynchronous Operations in ASP.NET MVC
Whenever you call action methods in an ASP.NET MVC application, by default they are executed in synchronous fashion. In order to improve the overall performance and responsiveness of your application you may wish to execute the code asynchronously. You may execute code asynchronously from two distinct places - server-side and client-side. This article discusses both of these scenarios and shows how to create asynchronous controllers and use SessionState attribute.
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