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Programming ASP.Net MVC 4by Jess Chadwick
Synopses & Reviews
Youll 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 how to build real-world applications with the ASP.NET MVC framework, using powerful architecture patterns, and modern web technologies such as HTML 5 and jQuery. With this hands-on guide, youll gain a complete understanding of this framework with examples that demonstrate how various ASP.NET MVC 4 features work. Youll also get valuable code examples that you can directly apply to your own projects.
This practical book also includes tips, tricks, and best practices for web application development in general and ASP.NET MVC 4 in particular—including pitfalls you need to avoid.
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About the Author
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 a Software Architect, Consultant and Speaker who specialized in N-Tier and Web Application development on the Microsoft Platform, he has over 18+ years experiences and currently works At Infragistics as a Principal Consultant helping customers achieve success.
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Table of Contents
PrefaceUp and RunningChapter 1: Fundamentals of ASP.NET MVCChapter 2: ASP.NET MVC for Web Forms DevelopersChapter 3: Working with DataChapter 4: Client-Side DevelopmentGoing to the Next LevelChapter 5: Web Application ArchitectureChapter 6: Enhancing Your Site with AJAXChapter 7: The ASP.NET Web APIChapter 8: Advanced DataChapter 9: SecurityChapter 10: Mobile Web DevelopmentGoing Above and BeyondChapter 11: Parallel, Asynchronous, and Real-Time Data OperationsChapter 12: CachingChapter 13: Client-Side Optimization TechniquesChapter 14: Advanced RoutingChapter 15: Reusable UI ComponentsQuality ControlChapter 16: LoggingChapter 17: Automated TestingChapter 18: Build AutomationGoing LiveChapter 19: DeploymentAppendixesASP.NET MVC and Web Forms IntegrationLeveraging NuGet as a PlatformBest PracticesCross-Reference: Targeted Topics, Features, and ScenariosIndexColophon
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