Pro ASP.NET MVC 5



Pro ASP.NET MVC 5The ASP.NET MVC 5 Framework Is The Latest Evolution Of Microsoft S ASP.NET Web Platform It Provides A High Productivity Programming Model That Promotes Cleaner Code Architecture, Test Driven Development, And Powerful Extensibility, Combined With All The Benefits Of ASP.NET.ASP.NET MVC 5 Contains A Number Of Advances Over Previous Versions, Including The Ability To Define Routes Using C Attributes And The Ability To Override Filters The User Experience Of Building MVC Applications Has Also Been Substantially Improved The New, Tightly Integrated, Visual Studio 2013 IDE Has Been Created Specifically With MVC Application Development In Mind And Provides A Full Suite Of Tools To Improve Development Times And Assist In Reporting, Debugging And Deploying Your Code The Popular Bootstrap JavaScript Library Has Also Now Been Included Natively Within MVC 5 Providing You, The Developer, With A Wider Range Of Multi Platform CSS And HTML5 Options Than Ever Before Without The Penalty Of Having To Load In Third Party Libraries.What You Ll Learn Gain A Solid Architectural Understanding Of ASP.NET MVC 5 Explore The Entire ASP.NET MVC Framework As A Cohesive Whole Learn What S New In Version 5 And How Best To Apply These New Features To Your Own Work See How MVC And Test Driven Development Work In Action Capitalize On Your Existing Knowledge Quickly And Easily Through Comparison Of Features In Classic ASP.NET To Those In ASP.NET MV Who This Book Is For This Book Is For Web Developers With A Basic Knowledge Of ASP.NET And C Who Want, Or Need, To Start Using The New ASP.NET MVC 5 Framework.

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Download ☆ Pro ASP.NET MVC 5 By Adam   Freeman – Bluevapours.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 832 pages
  • Pro ASP.NET MVC 5
  • Adam Freeman
  • English
  • 10 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Pro ASP.NET MVC 5

  1. Doug says:

    PROS Great primer if you re already familiar with MVC Pays extensive attention to best practices and testing, especially test driven development Covers the fundamentals of the ASP.NET MVC framework deeply enough to be translatable to many projectsCONS Absolutely, positively not for beginning programmers You ll need to understand object oriented programming in its esoteric state to even hope to follow along If you re not familiar with the MVC pattern, it s probably best to learn tha PROS Great primer if you re already familiar with MVC Pays extensive attention to best practices and testing, especially test driven development Covers the fundamentals of the ASP.NET MVC framework deeply enough to be translatable to many projectsCONS Absolutely, positively not for beginning programmers You ll need to understand object oriented programming in its esoteric state to even hope to follow along If you re not familiar with the MVC pattern, it s probably best to learn that pattern before reading this bookThis is not a book for beginners those new to programming In fact, I d argue that unless you are exceptionally well versed in object oriented programming, you ll be hopelessly lost after Chapter 2.For example, Freeman gives a significant amount of attention, early on in this book, to dependency injection and inversion of control two techniques that are used to abstract a web program so that, if you need to change how you go about getting a piece of data, for example, those changes won t require you to change other code To his credit, Freeman briefly explains both concepts But unless you have a very solid grasp on polymorphism and encapsulation, it s going to be difficult to understand what he s talking about and even harder to employ the techniques yourself outside of his examples.However, if you do have a strong background in programming, you ll probably be able to follow along with Freeman as he explains the differences in the MVC pattern vs a traditional, forms based pattern.If you ve worked with Ruby on Rails, CakePHP, CodeIgniter or other MVC frameworks, you ll be in good shape for understanding Freeman s techniques I come from a background of writing ASP.NET Web Forms and object oriented PHP I found this material fathomable, but I found it took me a while to translate his code into usable results He uses the framework of a storefront for most of his demos unfortunately, my project of late isn t quite that straightforward, and as a beginner to the MVC pattern, it was difficult to know, at times, what part of the code to lift and amend to achieve a result.Let s be clear that s on me, not on Freeman He s not writing an introduction to the MVC model, he s explaining how to use the ASP.NET MVC model So I certainly believe that if you are an experienced developer, you can take away from this book the functional skills necessary to produce basic MVC applications But this isn t a cookbook for example, the storefront Freeman builds, which takes up about half the pages of this fat tome, isn t what I would consider serviceable for real world deployment I was especially interested in leveraging the Identity provider for an application I am creating unfortunately, that s being overhauled and wasn t widely covered in this book In fairness, Apress intends to release by Freeman, on authentication, as an addendum on its website but that s not in time for my needs.This is a book I ll come back to, after I better understand the MVC pattern, and probably relish But if you re looking to have it quickly disabuse you of your old school, procedural, mixed concerns approach to Web programming, you re barking up the wrong tree

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  3. Johnny says:

    Pro ASP.NET MVC 5 by Adam Freeman is a great book about the current edition MVC But be aware of the Pro part in the title This book is not going to explain how to program in C This is a prerequisite you really should bring with and it helps if you understand the Model View Controller pattern.The book is very well structured and can be used to check a specific detail without rereding multiple chapters Another big plus in this book is the explanation on how to test your application Freem Pro ASP.NET MVC 5 by Adam Freeman is a great book about the current edition MVC But be aware of the Pro part in the title This book is not going to explain how to program in C This is a prerequisite you really should bring with and it helps if you understand the Model View Controller pattern.The book is very well structured and can be used to check a specific detail without rereding multiple chapters Another big plus in this book is the explanation on how to test your application Freeman shows you the part you must test like Routing and explains this in a way you can adapt on your own application without much friction.There is only one topic missing Security For me it s not enough to have the promise that sometime in the future we can get the chapter on APS.Net Identity from his other book This topic is essential for a professional application and should deserve its place in the book

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  6. Mahmut Safa says:

    This is the most terrible book that understanding ASP.NET MVC 5 The author just gives a simple examples during 750 pages There is no clear explaination of any MVC items.

  7. Nestor Martinez says:

    Muy buen libro para aprender a programar en MVC El libro cuenta con muchos ejemplos pr cticos y los temas est n muy bien detallados.

  8. Ahlam says:

    This book will allow you to understand the basic workings of MVC, and how all the pieces fit together I like how he always uses the empty template and shows you how to build the features upon it.

  9. Abhinav Creed says:

    Great Book Though made for intermediate reader, this book is highly practical with lots of code to have a hands on.Highly recommended if you want to see the real power of MVC framework It is just amazing, flexible and super interesting.

  10. Domas Dz. says:

    The book is outstanding journey from the bottom of the framework till the newest features, and also touching the basic features of other MVC involved things such as C , Linq, WebAPI, Ninject, Moq and so on However some of the examples author showed was hard to follow maybe of the small kindle display It was great from the newbie developer point of view.

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