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By mswatcher
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Submitted: May 09 2013 / 13:13

One of the most popular ways to do model validation in the ASP.NET MVC  Framework is surely to use the built-in model validation features using data annotations.  This will probably work fine in most instances, but I prefer using the Fluent Validation library in my own projects mainly because of how easy it is to unit test validation rules, as well as the fact that I can split the validation rules completely from the underlying model.  
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