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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Quickly: Using WebForms has led to problems for ASP.NET developers, such as low testability and inconsistent code. These problems become increasingly relevant when trying to develop or maintain anything but the simplest web site.
This book takes you through the ASP.NET MVC framework to help you simplify and build web applications quickly. With example applications built on best practices and with clear explanations, you will get started in no time.
The MVC pattern is widely accepted as one of the best approaches for building modern web applications and Microsofts new ASP.NET MVC Framework offers a fully supported way for developers to implement MVC in ASP.NET.
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Pro ASP.NET Extensibility: ASP.NET�s new model for supporting language extensibility is intriguing to developers everywhere. With support for traditional, statically compiled languages like C# as well as dynamic languages like Python, ASP.NET now has a natural ability to support languages that developers want to work with, not ones they are forced to use. ASP.NET is quickly becoming an attractive place for today�s dynamic languages.
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ASP.NET 4.0 in Practice: ASP.NET 4.0 in Practice contains over 100 real world techniques distilled from the experience of a team of MVPs. Using a practical problem-solution-discussion format, the book will guide you through the most common scenarios you will face in a typical ASP.NET application, and provide solutions and suggestions to take your applications to another level.
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Professional Refactoring in C# & ASP.NET: Refactoring is an effective way to quickly uncover problematic code and fix it. In this first book to provide a hands-on approach to refactoring in C# and ASP.NET, you�ll discover to apply refactoring techniques to manage and modify your code. Plus, you�ll learn how to build a prototype application from scratch and discover how to refactor the prototype into a properly designed, enterprise-level application.
With the help of step-by-step directions, you�ll gain a better understanding of different code issues and refactoring transformations. Many of these transformations are developed from real-world scenarios that are the result of key business decisions. In addition, you�ll find formal definitions of refactoring techniques that you�ll be able to refer to while on the job.
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3.Mastering ASP.NET 4.0: 1 � Introduction to ASP.NET 4.0 and web.config Transformations
In this episode Craig looks back at the earlier releases of ASP.NET and some of the issues Web Forms have become notorious for. He then covers the new features in ASP.NET 4 that address these problems and dives into one of the new features: web.config transformations.
2 � Page and Control Enhancement
In this episode Craig covers the various page and control enhancements, including controlling the client ID; managing meta tags; getting a handle on ViewState, and cleaner HTML rendering.
3 � New Controls and Control Enhancements
In this episode Craig talks about new controls in ASP.NET 4.0 and enhancements to current controls.
4 � Routing, Requests, and URLs
In this episode Craig walks you through many of the new features in ASP.NET 4 that allow you to create URLs that don�t correspond directly to file names. He also discusses how routing is now shared between ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET 4.
5 � The Query Extender
In this episode Craig digs into the Query Extender which gives you declarative control over database queries.
6 � Deployment and Caching
In this episode Craig walks you through the various ways you can deploy and maintain an ASP.NET 4 website and also takes a look at the caching mechanisms built into the framework.
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Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4: Completely reengineered for ASP.NET 4�this definitive guide deftly illuminates the core architecture and programming features of ASP.NET 4 in a single, pragmatic volume. Web development expert Dino Esposito provides essential, architectural-level guidance, along with the in-depth technical insights designed to take you�and your solutions�to the next level. The book covers Dynamic Data, AJAX, Microsoft Silverlight�, ASP.NET MVC, Web forms, LINQ, and security strategies�and features extensive code samples in Microsoft Visual C#� 2010.
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.NET ASP.NET MVC 3.0 Fundamentals and Practices: In this course we�ll look at the new features of the ASP.NET MVC 3.0 framework, including the new Razor view engine, new unobtrusive AJAX features, NuGet package management, and more.
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ASP.NET The MS Ajax 4 - Web Tutorials: AJAX is an exciting Web platform for many reasons. Using AJAX, many tasks that were traditionally performed on the server happen in the browser instead, resulting in fewer round-trips to the server, lower bandwidth consumption, and faster, more responsive Web UIs. While these outcomes are the result of offloading a good deal of work to the client, the browser still isnt the environment of choice for many developers who would rather have the full power and flexibility of server apps at their
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Mastering ASP.NET MVC 2.0: In this series Steven Sanderson and Rob Conery take you from introductory level all the way through to advanced, offering real-world examples and industrial-strength tips and tricks, derived from years of work with the platform.1 - Why You Should Care About ASP.NET MVC 2.0
In this episode Rob Conery takes on the discussion of why you should care about ASP.NET MVC 2.0. Rob discusses business and technical reasons, plus highlights the typical workflow of using ASP.NET MVC 2.0. Note: this is a summary video, all topics will be discussed in depth in later episodes.
2 - Controllers, Part 1
In this episode Steven Sanderson walks you through the basics of what a Controller is and how to work with it, including strategies for using Search.
3 - Controllers, Part 2
In this episode Steven continues working with Controllers, going deeper to show you how to map HTTP verbs to your controller actions, how to create your own ControllerFactory to implement Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control, and how to scale your application with Asynchronous Controllers.
4 - Views: The Basics
In this episode I get to the very, very basics of working with a View. I dive into the machinery that actually causes the rendering to happen in the first place and then work my way back out from there, showing you the nuts and bolts of what makes a View work.
5 - Views: Working With Data
In this episode I show you how data is passed from your Controller to your view, and then discuss ways to keep your views DRY with Helper classes and Partials. We'll be working a lot more with the Html Helpers (and Partials) in a later episode.
6 - Views: ViewEngines
In this episode I show you how to override the default ViewEngine and then throw it away altogether, rolling your own. I also do an overview of Spark, rolling my little demo app over to the popular ViewEngine.
7 - Views: HtmlHelpers
In this episode I show you how to work with the HTML Helpers - and why you would want to. Specifically I show you how to get around the loss of "Stateful Postback" that you had with WebForms and also how to work a DropDownList properly. In addition I show you what's new with MVC 2.0
8 - Views: Partials and Templates
In this episode i continue working with Partials and also show you an old/new friend: RenderAction, which injects the HTML from a separate Action into a given View. I then transition to a new feature of ASP.NET MVC 2: Templates and show you how they work with ModelMetaData and DataAnnotations.
9 - Models and Metadata
In this episode Steven walks you through building out a UI using changes to ModelMetada using DataAnnotations. In addition he shows you how to create your own MetaDataProvider.
10 - Model Binding
In this episode Steven walks you through using ASP.NET MVC 2.0's Model Binding feature - the automatic way to bind incoming post data to your model objects (and a lot more). Steven also takes a deep dive into custom model binders.
11 - Model Validation
In this episode Steven walks through Model Validation using the built-in ModelBinders as well as DataAnnotations.
12 - Routing
In this episode Steven dives deep into "Rooting" (aka "Routing" to those in the US) and ways you can manipulate the URLs to your application using ASP.NET's routing system.
13 - Filters
In this episode Steven shows you how to use ActionFilters to enforce authentication, cache output, and do other fun things.
14 - Security
In this episode I show you various ways that bad guys can crack your site, including XSS, Social Engineering, Weak Passwords, and CSRF
15 - Putting It All Together: Application Foundation
In this episode I wrap up everything we've talked about thus far and show you how to build the foundations of an ASP.NET MVC application. It's an opinionated approach, and you should feel free to customize as needed.
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