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On Chapter 11 so far, Manning One Favor Please .... 7. Juni 2012
Von Ed N. - Veröffentlicht auf
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It would be nice if the source code examples work!!

I find myself having to go into the samples and correcting sloppy code else the examples will not work.

Come on guys you are suppose to be professionals !!

The content has some fluff, if you are familiar with MVC just be mindful to go towards the end of each chapter and look for the final code.

MVC4 and we are still talking about the history of MVC? Really?

CRUD includes Create, Update and Delete, this book seems to forget that in its discussions. The world is more then display and details guys.
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I Agree - DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! 14. Juni 2012
Von Michael Freeman - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This is my first book review out of all the books that I have read, and I've read many. I normally don't review books, but this one I HAD to make an exception. I was really excited about this book coming out. I had originally ordered the MVC3 book from Manning, but then they told me that they were going to send me the MVC4 book - awesome!

After reading this book, I am more frustrated than before. This book was quickly written and sent to press before it's time - plain and simple. They just wanted to make a buck.

I could give you countless examples of what made me frustrated, but for the sake of time, I'm only going to give you two.

1. When working the code, you would work the example in the book, but then you would move on with countless errors in the code because Methods weren't completed and there was no mention in the book what to do, it just stopped. So, I would work the methods trying to get them to work (spending more time fixing the issues than actually learning the material in the book). Then, I download the source material and there were a lot more files for the program than the book let on. You need the source file to add to your program that the book is teaching you in order for you to see the outcome of the source code. If they would have told you that you needed a start set of files before you started to write the program, then maybe things might be different.

2. To add insult to injury, when you are working the program, you would find capitalization errors. The words were spelled correctly, but they were capitalized, so the word instead of being a variable, it was then turned into a class. Very frustrating.

If you need a MVC book, I would highly recommend that you get Adam Freeman's Pro ASP.NET MVC3 Framework, it is far better and at least his code is complete in the book. If you want to learn the MVC4 additional, I would recommend that you go to MVC's website and work the tutorials.
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Total waste of money 28. Juni 2012
Von Samuel Tremblay - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I waited a long time for the release of this book. The author was supposed to deliver an edition of MVC 3 but decided to wait for the version 4 of MVC. Now I understand why he waited and why he should have waited even more. There are only 20 pages MVC4. Less than 10 pages are devoted to web api and there is no mention of asynchronous tasks. You just have to googled 'MVC 4 new features' and you will have more information about the 'what's new' in 5 minutes than reading this entire book.
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This book is a rip-off. 12. Juni 2012
Von Daniel W. Arnold - Veröffentlicht auf
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I purchased this book thinking it would primarily cover the new features in MVC4. The book has some new content, but the authors were very lazy about its presentation, there is no indication of whether the feature you are reading about is new to MVC4. I was over half way through the book and MVC4 hadn't even been mentioned. I finally figured out why... The MVC4 content amounts to a few new chapters at the end of the book.

The new asynchronous controllers feature is not even mentioned in the book. They do cover Web API and new deployment features.

NOT WORTH BUYING if you are competent in MVC3.
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Not very much on MVC 4 14. Juni 2012
Von T. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This is the first book available on MVC 4. I purchased the MEAP version when it was still going to cover MVC 3.

This book is ok, but just ok. It covers a lot of topics but I found that for most of them, it only covers part of them. That part may be just the beginning of the topic, or an advanced feature of the topic. Like I said they cover a lot of topics just not in a way I consider to be thorough.

Below are the chapters

Introduction to ASP.NET MVC
Hello MVC world
View fundamentals
Action-packed controllers

View models
Controlling URLs with routing
Model binders and value providers
Mapping with AutoMapper
Lightweight controllers
Organization with areas
Third-party components
Data access with NHibernate

Extending the controller
Advanced view techniques
Dependency injection and extensibility
Portable areas
Full system testing
Hosting ASP.NET MVC applications
Deployment techniques
Upgrading to ASP.NET MVC 4

There is not very much on MVC 4, and the author's really dropped the ball covering the new mobile features.

I got all the samples working, but needed to fix a few things.

I would not buy this book for coverage of MVC 4. If you just want to know what you need to learn in order to master MVC with other resources, it is fine.
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