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Programming ASP.NET MVC 4: Developing Real-World Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC [Kindle Edition]

Jess Chadwick , Todd Snyder , Hrusikesh Panda

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Get up and running with ASP.NET MVC 4, and learn how to build modern server-side web applications. This guide helps you understand how the framework performs, and shows you how to use various features to solve many real-world development scenarios you’re likely to face. In the process, you’ll learn how to work with HTML, JavaScript, the Entity Framework, and other web technologies.

You’ll start by learning core concepts such as the Model-View-Controller architectural pattern, and then work your way toward advanced topics. The authors demonstrate ASP.NET MVC 4 best practices and techniques by building a sample online auction site ("EBuy") throughout the book.

  • Learn the similarities between ASP.NET MVC 4 and Web Forms
  • Use Entity Framework to create and maintain an application database
  • Create rich web applications, using jQuery for client-side development
  • Incorporate AJAX techniques into your web applications
  • Learn how to create and expose ASP.NET Web API services
  • Deliver a rich and consistent experience for mobile devices
  • Apply techniques for error handling, automated testing, and build automation
  • Use various options to deploy your ASP.NET MVC 4 application

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jess Chadwick is an independent software consultant specializing in web technologies. He has over a decade of development experience ranging from embedded devices in start-ups to enterprise-scale web farms at Fortune 500s. He is an ASPInsider, Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET and is an avid community member, frequently delivering technical presentations as well as leading the NJDOTNET Central New Jersey .NET user group. Jess lives in the Philadelphia, PA area with his wonderful wife, baby daughter, and black lab. Todd Snyder is Principle Consultant at Infragistics. Hrusikesh Panda is an Architect and RIA Specialist.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 4510 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 492 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: O'Reilly Media; Auflage: 1 (14. September 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B009B58GI8
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #211.208 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good Breadth of Topics 14. Oktober 2012
Von David Hayden - Veröffentlicht auf
The book really shines in the breadth of topics covered. Lots of good coverage of ASP.NET MVC and related topics as well as best practices, design patterns, and programming principles. The coverage is indeed a bit terse and to-the-point. Some topics can be a page or two and some chapters can be pretty short. This can be rather ideal for those developers with MVC experience that don't require a lot of explanation and hand-holding and just want the facts and a broader exposure to ASP.NET MVC related topics. The good news is that you won't find any fluff, unnecessary tables and graphs, and long, drawn-out sample code.

The book tries to walk you through the building of an online auction site, called Ebuy, but indeed it wasn't executed too well. I wasn't planning on writing the code while reading through the book anyway, so personally I didn't care. If you do enjoy coding as you read, however, you will no doubt be disappointed. I checked out the source code for the book on GitHub, and the source code doesn't do the book justice. The sample code needs to be a bit more feature-rich and show off much more of the book's content to be of real use. Hopefully the authors will add more to the source code. That being said, there are still plenty of good and short samples on ASP.NET MVC and related technology in the book that have nothing to do with Ebuy.

I have been programming ASP.NET MVC for a long time and haven't bought a recent book on the subject. Therefore, I can't compare this to a more recent book. My gut is that this book is probably more for experienced MVC developers who desire a reference book that touches upon a lot of topics. I, personally, wouldn't recommend it to a new or inexperienced MVC developer wanting to understand ASP.NET MVC in depth from the ground up. Those who enjoy exposure to a wide variety of subjects and proven practices with short and sweet examples will enjoy the book the most.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Really Disjointed, Not Clear 7. Januar 2013
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Unlike some step-by-step manuals, this one assumes you are pretty much a .NET expert, and isn't very clear about the step-by-step process of building the example application. Too much theory and not enough practical.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Who is the target audience? 15. Februar 2013
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The first version of MVC was accompanied by terrific book - "Nerd Dinner". It described the principles of MVC for ASP.NET programmers and you built an application along the way. This book does a decent job describing the concept, but the code serves only as illustration to the text.

Authors' website says that the code is not finished, but I suspect that it will never be finished. At no point the reader can have anything resembling compilable code. If you have an application, and you need some refresher how to write JQuery selector or asynchronous controller - this can be a decent reference (although for any specific topic search - and you will find better references. As a programming guide it is fairly useless.

I think the authors are targeting technical managers; people who need to understand technology, but don't write code themselves. This book can be read on the plane without computer.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Dont' buy, examples are not ready 8. Dezember 2012
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I just started reading this book and downloaded the examples from[...] To my dismay a note on the website reads "These examples are not yet complete ". What is the point of rushing a book to market? If the author has not developed and tested these examples before hand, how can they be sure of what they have written in the book?
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Very Disappointing 1. Dezember 2013
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I wish I could give it a negative rating. Alas, I had a good opinion about one of the authors as I went through his tutorial on a similar "Auction" scenario in a video tutorial (in where in spite of making a mess in later sections he presented the introductory materials quite well! I am simply profoundly disappointed at O'Reilly. Being a decent publisher, how could they publish this book! The books sample code site says "These examples are not yet complete - they will be completed within the next few weeks". Well, it has been more than a year, the message is still there! After about wasting 30 minutes on downloading and installing whatever they have, the project does not run.

Don't buy this book. It would be a waste of time and money. Some chapters do the "big talks", but never give an iota of hint on how or where they have implemented some of the code excerpts. If you are adamant I guess you could try to enter the example code manually (only after creating the database; because their database uses 32/64 bit GUID for Id, although they have have never mentioned it in the book and their "Create auction" action fails on LocalDb), you will be shocked at the erroneous and confusing examples.

For example, they have given a Razor code excerpt and its generated source code. They have never mentioned about their own _Layout.cshtml file, nor have they given it in their example site as if it came out of nowhere. Okay, being a tolerant developer you may continue entering the code laboriously only to find that '@Url("PartialAuction", "Auctions")/ + auctionId does not compile. Should it be @auctionId or @Model.Id or what? Then you will most likely also have a headache with the @Url "does not exist in the current context" (the authors are quite silent about it). Okay then after searching the StackOverfolw for 10 minutes you spend some time on installing some VS.NET update. Finally after about an hour or so you find disgustingly that the command did not have anything to do with installing the patch, instead it should have been .load('@Url.Action("PartialAuction","Auctions"). Shame on O'Reillly for not withdrawing the book from the market.

Dec.03, 2013:

Okay I had been thinking about my harsh review. I changed my mind and gave it a three-star. Actually there are some good stuff in the book, only if you are already an expert, and only if you can learn just by reading the code excerpts!
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