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The View

Views are everything users can see and interact with. In DotVVM, views are written in DotHTML, a flavour of HTML.

You can see two obvious differences from plain HTML:

  • the line starting with @viewModel is the ViewModel Directive. It tells DotVVM which ViewModel belongs to the page, and

  • value binding expressions that bind ViewModel properties to specific places in the View:

<p>{{value: Result}}</p>

When the user loads the page, the value of the Result property will displayed inside the <p> element. Whenever the value of the property in the viewmodel changes, the text in the page gets updated.


  • Add a <p> element inside the <body>.
  • Use a value binding to display value of the Result property inside of the <p> element.