An updated guide to ASP.NET MVC 4 from an author dream team
Learn ASP.NET MVC 4, a cutting-edge web framework, from Microsoft insiders and respected software development community leaders. After a brief introduction to the ASP.NET MVC framework, the authors dive straight into all the important information you need to build dynamic, data-driven websites with ASP.NET and the newest release of Microsoft's Model-View-Controller technology. Featuring step-by-step guidance and numerous code examples, this book guides you from basics to advanced topics.
Professional ASP.NET MVC 4:
Explains how the ASP.NET MVC framework differs from other "file per page" web frameworks
Covers controllers, views, models, forms and HTML helpers, data annotations and validation, membership, authorization, security, and routing
Highlights essential topics such as Ajax and jQuery, NuGet, dependency injection, unit testing, extending MVC, and Razor
Puts everything in context with a case study of a real-world, high-volume ASP.NET MVC site: the NuGet Gallery
Includes additional real-world coverage requested by readers of the previous edition
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Phil Haack is a developer at GitHub, a developer website used by more than a million programmers.
Brad Wilson is a developer on the ASP.NET team and has been a professional software developer for nearly 20 years.
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As another reviewer mentioned, near the beginning of the book you are led to believe you will be walked through creating an application from scratch. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Chris Franklin
I am still reading the book. I hope to add the technology to my skills. Once I finish, I'll know if it is useful.Published 3 months ago by Richard S
Some good stuff but not as interactive as I'd have liked. I really like what PluralSite training is doing. This is very bookish and more like a computer class would be.Published 5 months ago by TomC
Items were as described, received in a timely fashion, at a decent price. I ordered multiple items from same store, it would have been nice to see a little break on shipping and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by donben2
This is well written and very complete. It points out a number of important security issues that you need to be aware of in your applications.Published 12 months ago by Michael
The book is a good starting point for someone who has a good knowledge of how the ASP.net works and looking for an upgrade to MVC framework. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mallesh
great for study and learn , also great for specification tests , helps you on your work and update you to the news technologyPublished 13 months ago by jurandir
the book that i was looking for it is written in simple manner and clear examples and explanations very good bookPublished 14 months ago by Hussam nsair