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In this section, you'll create a new MoviesController class and write code that retrieves the movie data and displays it in the browser using a view template.

Build the application before going on to the next step. If you don't build the application, you'll get an error adding a controller.

Build the application

In Solution Explorer, right-click the Controllers folder and then click Add , then Controller .

Controller

In the Add Scaffold dialog box, click MVC 5 Controller with views, using Entity Framework , and then click Add .

Add Scaffold MVC 5 Controller with views, using Entity Framework

Select Movie (MvcMovie.Models) for the Model class.

Movie (MvcMovie.Models)

Select MovieDBContext (MvcMovie.Models) for the Data context class.

MovieDBContext (MvcMovie.Models)

For the Controller name enter MoviesController .

MoviesController

The image below shows the completed dialog.

Click Add . (If you get an error, you probably didn't build the application before starting adding the controller.) Visual Studio creates the following files and folders:

Visual Studio automatically created the (create, read, update, and delete) action methods and views for you (the automatic creation of CRUD action methods and views is known as scaffolding). You now have a fully functional web application that lets you create, list, edit, and delete movie entries.

Run the application and click on the MVC Movie link (or browse to the Movies controller by appending /Movies to the URL in the address bar of your browser). Because the application is relying on the default routing (defined in the App_Start\RouteConfig.cs file), the browser request http://localhost:xxxxx/Movies is routed to the default Index action method of the Movies controller. In other words, the browser request http://localhost:xxxxx/Movies is effectively the same as the browser request http://localhost:xxxxx/Movies/Index . The result is an empty list of movies, because you haven't added any yet.

MVC Movie

Creating a Movie

Select the Create New link. Enter some details about a movie and then click the Create button.

Create New Create
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Ryker Gamble, Parker Heuser, and Alexey Lyakh in 2016. Gamble and Lykah are two of the victims. (High on Life/Instagram)

They were watched by millions globally, admired by their local community, and now a Vancouver couple has been identified as the two remaining victims of the Shannon Falls tragedy that took place earlier week.

On Tuesday,Squamish RCMP confirmed that three individuals were found deceased in a lower pool at the Falls.

One of the victims was identified on Wednesday as social media and YouTuber and adventurer Ryker Gamble .

Gamble, a 30-year-old Vancouver resident, was part of a group known as High On Life, who had a YouTube following of almost half a million subscribers and regularly shared videos of their excursions and escapades around the globe.

With the news hitting so close to home, many of Gamble’s friends and family shared photos of Gamble, and the couple, now identified asMegan Scraper andAlexey Lyakh.

Lykah was also part of High On Life, and travelled the world with Gamble.

The three friends went missing Tuesday afternoon after reportedly falling from a pool on the top of Shannon Falls. The trio, who were with a group at the time, fell into a pool 30 metres below.

Emergency services recruited an expansive task force, including Squamish Search and Rescue (SAR), Lions Bay SAR, BC Ambulance, Squamish Fire, BC Parks, and the Squamish RCMP.

In a statement, Squamish RCMP Cpl. Sascha Banks called the terrain “immensely” dangerous.

In the wake of the accident, a crowdfunding campaign has been created in Gamble’s name.

Meanwhile, condolence messages are filling up Lykah’s Instagram page.

“You were such an inspiration for many,” wrote an Instagram user. “In these moments I realize how precious life is. Rest in peace, you will be missed.”

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with words about life and always being “a kid at heart.”

“Because life isn’t about responsibilities, tough decisions and hard work, it’s about feeling bliss and living in the moment… Doing things that stimulate a sense of joy and aliveness,” he wrote. “These are feeing I had almost every day as a kid, because my life was driven by my heart. I’d make decisions and move in directions that made me scream with excitement, adrenaline, and pure happiness.”

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“Confusion will continue to reign, and until someone actually gets burned, everyone is trying to fly as close to the sun as possible,” said a publishing executive.

But those who choose to do less now won’t necessarily be better off in the long run, according to some industry executives.

“Just being compliant and talking to users in a legal language won’t take publishers very far and fail to make the best of the potential advantages GDPR is presenting to them,” said Alessandro De Zanche, independent publishing consultant. “Inaction will just play into the hands of the duopoly.”

There are many examples of businesses simply repurposing the existing EU cookie directive policy and running cookie banners at the base of sites, to which users can click “OK” to proceed.

“GDPR consent requires an affirmative action, which leads you to conclude you need an explicit yes button,” Newby said. “No data should be collected until the user says yes. But a lot of publishers have gotten confused and taken a more similar approach to ePrivacy.”

Publishers went on a soul-searching mission when ad blocking reached crisis levels in 2017. A lot of focus returned to ensuring the user experience wasn’t neglected for the sake of hitting short-term revenue targets.

“With Y2K, there was so much freaking out,” said Brian Kane, co-founder and chief operating officer of ad tech vendor Sourcepoint. “But it came and went, and was never talked about it again. It’s the exact opposite with GDPR. It came on May 25, and it was the start of the conversation. We’re in conversations with publishers about how they approach consent, how they tie it with their subscriptions offerings and monetization strategies.”

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