Dynamic Views / Razor Pages in ASP.NET CORE 2.0

Architectural and best practices question request.  

I am rewriting an application from asp.net web forms to ASP.NET CORE 2.0 MVC using Visual Studio 2017.

I have a create view (input form) that has a drop down  and based on the selection in the drop down I would like to alter what is displayed in the create view (input form)

For example:

By default I would like to display some default input fields such as as Name, Date, Reason, Contact Phone number.

Some sample entries in the drop down are Engineering, Mechanical, Maintenance.
and if the user selects "Engineering" I would like the create view / input form to displayinput fields
Engineering Area and Engineering  Region, Engineering priority in addition to the above default fields.

If the user selects "Mechanical" I would like the create view / input form to display input fields.
Mechanical Problem and Mechanical Estimate, Mechanical Resourses in addition to the above mentioned default fields.

If the user selects "Maintenance" I would like the create view / input form to display input fields.
Maintenance Assignment and Maintenance Severity,   in addition to the above mentioned default fields.

I was wondering what the best practices (JavaScript framework?, intrinsic .NET CORE functionality?) were to achieve the above results.  Any online blogs or online tutorials would be of help also.
wayne greenAsked:
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Kyle SantosQuality AssuranceCommented:
Hi,

I am following up on your question.  Do you still need help?

If you solved the problem on your own, would you please post the solution here in case others have the same problem?

Regards,

Kyle Santos
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