.NET MVC What are the events?

ASP.NET webforms has the below events
•      PreInit (IsPostBack and Session available)
•      Init
•      InitComplete
•      PreLoad (ViewState for all controls)
•      Load (Values of controls loaded)
•      LoadComplete (All event handlers raised)
•      PreRender (Last chance to do anything before appearance of form).
•      PreRenderComplete
•      SaveStateComplete (ViewState saved for the page and all controls)
•      Render
•      Unload

What does ASP.NET MVC do?
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Obadiah ChristopherDeveloper User InterfaceCommented:
There isn’t a “page life cycle” per se in MVC as there is in ASP.Net.

All there is this:

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