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|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (19 April 2018)||Price:|
This book introduces ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC. It assumes the readers are familiar with C#, HTML, and Bootstrap.
|Publisher:||Apress (18 April 2014)||Price:|
The power of ASP.NET MVC 5 stems from the underlying ASP.NET platform. To make your ASP.NET MVC applications the best they can be, you need to fully understand the platform features and know how they can be used to build effective and elegant MVC framework applications.
The ASP.NET platform provides ASP.NET MVC applications with a rich suite of services including vital every-day features like extensible request handling, state management, and user authentication. Understanding how these features work is the difference between creating an average web application and the best-in-class.
MVC applications that are architected with a thorough knowledge of the underlying platforms are faster to write, faster to run, and more readily adaptable to change. In Pro ASP.NET MVC 5 Platform, best-selling author Adam Freeman explains how to get the most from the entire ASP.NET platform, beginning with a nuts-and-bolts description of the patterns and tools you need through to the most…
|Publisher:||Sams Publishing ( 9 August 2010)||Price:|
DVD includes Visual Web Developer 2010 Express and ASP.NET 4
In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, you’ll learn how to build complete, professional-quality web solutions with ASP.NET 4 and Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010. Using this book’s straightforward, step-by-step approach, you’ll master the entire process, from site design through data collection, user management through debugging and deployment. Scott Mitchell, editor of top ASP.NET resource site 4GuysFromRolla.com, shows how to use the newest ASP.NET 4 enhancements and make the most of free tools like ASP.NET Ajax and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition. Each lesson builds on what you’ve already learned, giving you a strong, practical foundation for success!
Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common ASP.NET 4…
|Publisher:||Microsoft Press (25 September 2013)||Price:|
Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-486—and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of developing ASP.NET MVC-based solutions. Designed for experienced developers ready to advance their status, Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the Microsoft Specialist level. Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives: Design the application architecture Design the user experience Develop the user experience Troubleshoot and debug web applications Design and implement security This Microsoft Exam Ref: Organizes its coverage by exam objectives. Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you.
|Publisher:||Apress (18 August 2014)||Price:|
Web API 2 is the latest evolution of Microsoft's web services toolkit, which allows the creation of RESTful applications built on the ASP.NET platform. It provides a standards-based approach and a high-productivity development model that makes it easy to deliver services to a wide-range of clients, including mobile devices.
This book puts Web API into context for the experienced MVC Framework developer and dives deep into the tools and techniques required to build Web API applications that integrate with the MVC Framework and shows you how to create single-page applications to consume them.
Best-selling author Adam Freeman explains how to get the most from Web API 2 by building on the foundation of the MVC Framework and the ASP.NET platform. He starts with the nuts-and-bolts and shows you everything through to advanced features, going in-depth to give you the knowledge you need.
|Publisher:||Apress ( 8 December 2003)||Price:|
p You will discover the possibilities for developing user interfaces driven by ASP.NET. Author Alex Homer explores techniques and approaches to create attractive, full-featured, and easy-to-use websites and web pages. Further, these web pages will be interactive where appropriate, loosely based on real-world scenarios, and able to fulfill predefined requirements. p This book provides what other books often skimp on: Homer concentrates on site requirement analysis, and design. Then he supports this by discussing site planning and mapping. This well-organized book prevents you from developing your site in a haphazard, unpredictable manner -which makes site development and maintenance so much more difficult! Even the most simplistic starting plan can reduce development and maintenance time, and help you dodge the frustrations resulting from the 'no plan' approach.
|Publisher:||lulu.com ( 8 January 2016)||Price:|
You're a developper who knows nothing to Asp.Net Mvc. Which is fine, except that you need to start coding your next application using Asp.Net Mvc 5. Don't worry: I have you covered. I've been training hundreds of developers like you during years, and converted my experience into this book. I know from experience teaching what takes more time to learn in Asp.Net Mvc, and will spend time only where appropriate. Read this book, and you can code your Asp.Net Mvc 5 application using Visual Studio 2015 within a week.
|Author:||Nikhil/Datye, V. Kothari|
|Publisher:||Microsoft Press (28 September 2002)||Price:|
Web Forms—the Page and Control Framework at the heart of ASP.NET—makes it easier to develop dynamic Web applications. But you can go beyond the controls that ship with ASP.NET—and power up your Web sites and applications—by creating your own server controls. You can also develop and distribute your own controls for commercial use. This comprehensive guide, direct from key insiders who really know the technology, combines conceptual and architectural details with practical, how-to information and real-world code samples to show exactly how to create custom, reusable, professional-quality server controls with rich design-time functionality. It also provides essential information about configuration and the HTTP runtime, packaging, deployment, debugging, and developing controls that incorporate XML Web services, plus other vital topics. And it introduces the ASP.NET Web Matrix tool for creating Web applications and for using server controls. Topics covered…