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ASP.Net MVC 1.0 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solutionby Nicholas Berardi
Synopses & Reviews
ASP.NET MVC integrates powerful new functionality that enables you to create ASP.NET sites based on the important Model-View-Controller pattern. Beyond just understanding the key MVC benefits and coding techniques, you'll see how to implement the ASP.NET MVC pattern to build a complete real-world site.
Based on Marco Bellinaso's classic TheBeerHouse ASP.NET 2.0 site example, each chapter presents a business requirement for the site, a roadmap for designing a solution, and the code for implementing the features. By the end of the book, you'll have a complete functional site and the skills to build your own ASP.NET MVC content and e-commerce site.
What you will learn from this book
Who this book is for
This book is for web developers who are familiar with the basic concepts of web development and ASP.NET. Code examples are shown using C#.
Wrox Problem – Design – Solution references give you solid, workable solutions to real-world development problems. Each is devoted to a single application, analyzing every problem, examining relevant design issues, and implementing the ideal solution.
Perfectly suited to the innovative Problem ? Design ? Solution approach, ASP.NET MVC is a new development model that separates code for the data, look, and business processes of a Web site. This nuts-and-bolts guide thoroughly covers creating a Web site with MVC and discusses solving the most common problems that you may encounter when creating your first application or trying to upgrade a current application. The material is based on the highly praised and widely used ?TheBeerHouse? ASP.NET Starter Kit that was developed in the bestselling ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming: Problem?Design?Solution. Additional coverage includes registration and membership systems and user-selectable themes; content management systems for articles and photos; polls, mailing lists, and forums; e-commerce stores, shopping carts, and order management with real-time credit card processing, and more.
The utility of this book will be a nuts and bolts how-to guide on creating a website using MVC. It will solve some of the most common problems that programmers run into when creating their first application or when trying to upgrade a current application to this new technology.
The book, much like the first one, will break each section down into 3 parts: the Problem, the Design, and the Solution. For the most part, the chapter outline will be mostly the same, because the majority of the chapters are still just as important now to web developers as they were when the book was originally written. However, this edition includes MVC updates within these chapters.
Some of the site features covered in the book and provided in the TheBeerHouse example/framework code are:
In building and working with these features the site developer will learn:
About the Author
Nick Berardi is the owner of Managed Fusion (www.managedfusion.com), a U.S.-based company that specializes in the fields of software architecture/development, usability engineering, and cloud-based computing initiatives with a strong focus on .NET, the Web, SEO, SEM, and Microsoft technologies.
Al Katawazi is owner of Blue Shift Technologies Inc. (www.blueshifttechnologies.com), a software consulting company based out of Upstate New York. He is very fortunate to have worked on a variety of different projects for many notable clients. Most recently his focus has been on creating SaaS-based solutions leveraging the MVC framework. Al is also the author of his own blog (www.codingsmarter.com), which he has tried to keep up to date even though writing a book is a great excuse not to. When Al is not programming he enjoys kayaking with his dog Scout and card sharking with his wife Heather.
Marco Bellinaso lives in Bologna, Italy, and works as a freelance consultant, developer, and trainer specialized in all “web-things” that run on the Microsoft platform, such as ASP.NET, AJAX, and SharePoint. He’s been working with the .NET Framework since the Beta 1 on applications of all types, including Web Services, Windows Forms, Windows Services, and mobile applications. He is also author or co-author of a number of commercial tools for developers, such as the VB Migration Partner (http://www.vbmigration.com/), the award-winning VBMaximizer add-in, CodeBox for .NET, and FormMaximizer for .NET.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing the Project: TheBeerHouse.
Chapter 2: Introducing the ASP.NET Model-View-Controller (MVC).
Chapter 3: Developing the Site Design.
Chapter 4: Planning an Architecture.
Chapter 5: Membership and User Profiling.
Chapter 6: News, Article, and Blog Management.
Chapter 7: Opinion Polls.
Chapter 8: Newsletters.
Chapter 9: Forums.
Chapter 10: E-commerce Store.
Chapter 11: Localizing the Site.
Chapter 12: Deploying the Site.
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