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ASP.NET MVC experts cover the latest updates to the technology in this prominent Wrox recommendation
MVC 5 is the latest update to the preferred Microsoft innovation that enables you to build dynamic, data-driven sites. Like previous versions, this guide shows you step-by-step strategies on using MVC to finest benefit, with lots of functional tutorials to illustrate the principles. It covers controllers, views, and also designs; forms as well as HTML helpers; information comment and validation; membership, authorization, and also protection. MVC 5, the current variation of MVC, includes innovative features such as single web page applications, mobile optimization, as well as flexible making A group of top Microsoft MVP professionals, in addition to dreamers in the area, give practical guidance on fundamental and innovative MVC subjects Covers controllers, views, designs, kinds, data comments, authorization and safety and security, Ajax, transmitting, ASP.NET web API, dependency injection, system testing, real-world application, and far more
Professional ASP.NET MVC 5 is the thorough source you need to make the most effective use of the updated Model-View-Controller innovation.
- Paperback: 624 pages
- Publisher: Wrox; 1 edition (August 4, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1118794753
- ISBN-13: 978-1118794753
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.3 x 9.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
It was nice to review the things I had already learned
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It had been about 8 years since I created a web site, and things sure have changed. This is just what I needed. I spent a lot of time trying to learn MVC from web searches. It was nice to review the things I had already learned, and learn more about the how and why things work they way they do. I would recommend this book to anyone just getting to know MVC.
Formatting and Printing Issues
About 1 in 25 pages are printed too light, as if the ink were gray. Also, the main font is a bit too small. I could tolerate either of these problems, but together they make it hard on the eyes: if you are going to use small print, then print it cleanly. I would have returned it for a better-printed copy, but I needed it for work projects. You would think with OCR and automated quality inspection technology that machines would catch bad ink at the factory. I suspect somebody switched off the inspection engines to meet production deadlines.
Very helpful to web programming newbie
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I’ve done Windows apps for years but recently transferred to a team that does MVC web apps, and I needed something that would teach me how to do web programming in that environment. It covered all the major topics pretty well and I feel a lot more knowledgeable about my new situation now.
A good book for work
Scattered layout not conducive to learning.
Great starter book, covers all topics enough to get you working.
Covers everything from basics to advanced in one book. I was able to learn enough MVC to handle the basics and web pages in only a couple days. Allowed me to create useful web pages, and guided the different methods I could use instead of dictating one.
Highly recommended for ASP.NET MVC developers
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I read the reviews for this book. I recommend it for any MVC developer that wants to really understand what’s going on. While some people did not like the “history,” I found it interesting.
John Galloway et all cover areas not covered by Espositos …
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John Galloway et all cover areas not covered by Espositos book such as Nuget, Ajax, Bootstrap just to name a few. Worth the read.