Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 4, 2009 - Computers - 500 pages
ASP.NET MVC (Model View Framework) allows you to use ready-to-use MVC code so you can develop Web applications faster. This book?s cut-to-the-chase approach gets you up to speed on the new ASP.NET MVC without getting bogging you down in learning or re-learning ASP.NET itself. You?ll receive straightforward instruction on concepts, backed by real-world case studies and examples that offer practical solutions. Topics include test-driven development and unit testing, the principles of the MVC pattern, how to implement it, how to move from traditional ASP.NET Webforms to ASP.NET MVC, and much more.
 

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The book is a good overview of the Model, View , Controller model. The transitioning of chapters has been done well, it will give you a good understanding of the MVC framework and how each components ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1 The ModelViewController Pattern
1
Chapter 2 ASPNET WebForms vs ASPNET MVC
11
Chapter 3 Getting Started with ASPNET MVC
25
Chapter 4 The Model
45
Chapter 5 The Controller
67
Chapter 6 The View
93
Chapter 7 Routing
129
Chapter 8 Unit Testing Concepts
147
Chapter 13 Deployment
275
Chapter 14 Leveraging ASPNET WebForm Features
287
Chapter 15 Authentication and Authorization
309
Chapter 16 Extending ASPNET MVC
335
Chapter 17 Migrating from ASPNET WebForms
379
Chapter 18 Case Study 1
395
Chapter 19 Case Study 2
425
Appendix A Resources
459

Chapter 9 Testing ASPNET MVC Applications
173
Chapter 10 Components
205
Chapter 11 Action Filters
227
Chapter 12 AJAX
257
Appendix B Exercise Solutions
461
Index
521
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