I'm taking a legacy classic asp project up to more modern technology (I've been working with ASP.NET MVC lately so using this concept is stuck in my mind), but I'm trying to think of how to structure the project.
The idea is that the company provides a service to clients, but the service is housed on the company's website (instead of the client's) and has some branding/specifics to the client. Let's say there are 4 or 5 pages/steps for the service, but a few of those pages/steps can be customized for each client. So, what I'd prefer is:
* is the
client name but the steps are reusable. This doesn't seem to lend itself to the standard MVC structure, or I can't seem to see the forest for the trees. I wouldn't want a controller for each
client and repeat the steps for
n clients. I'd rather have 5 steps where
step3 could be expanded upon for client X, expanded upon more for client Y and left alone for client Z.
If the company has 100 clients that want the standard 5 steps (no customization), you wouldn't want 100 controllers serving up 5 steps (500
.cshtml pages in the project)...right? How would one design this properly?