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Programming Microsoft ASP.NET MVC

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Web development luminary Dino Esposito discusses the features, principles, and pillars of the ASP.NET MVC 3 framework, demonstrating how and when to use this model to gain full control of HTML, simplify testing, and design better web experiences.

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On Feb 1 Grant van Staden wrote: Good Coverage of MVC3 for Design and Programming
This is an ideal book for a programmer who has experience in programming using ASP .Net web-forms and wants to master MVC3 in terms of development and designing applications that use it. Full Review  >

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On Nov 21 David Hayden wrote: Good Book for Beginners
If you are a beginning ASP.NET MVC developer that just needs to know the facts and not interested in reading about the development of an end-to-end sample or application throughout the book, you will find Programming ASP.NET MVC 2nd Edition informative. If, on the other hand, you are looking for an ASP.NET MVC book that introduces you to ASP.NET MVC concepts as you develop an application, you may not enjoy the book as much. It really only discusses ASP.NET MVC concepts piece-meal, which means you never truly leverage the features of ASP.NET MVC to build an end-to-end ASP.NET MVC application in the book. Full Review  >

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar3.0

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