ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action

Series
Manning
Author
Jeffrey Palermo / Ben Scheirman / Matthew Hinze / Jimmy Bogard / Eric Hexter  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Pub.-date
August 2010
ISBN13
9781935182795
ISBN
193518279X
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Description

HIGHLIGHT

An insider’s perspective on the new ASP.NET MVC version 2 framework,

expected to be released early-mid 2010.

DESCRIPTION

Microsoft ASP.NET MVC (model/view/controller) is a relatively new Web

application framework that combines ASP.NET’s power and ease of use with

the stability and testability of a MVC framework. The much-anticipated version

2 release brings new capabilities to the framework along with numerous

additions that enhance developer productivity. In ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action,

readers learn how to move from web form-based development to designs based

on the MVC pattern. It begins with an introduction to the MVC framework and

quickly dives into a working MVC 2 project.

Featuring full coverage of new version 2 features, this book helps readers use

developer-oriented upgrades like “Areas” to break a large project into smaller

pieces and explore the new data handling tools. This revised edition adds a

completely new tutorial to bring developers with no prior exposure to the MVC

pattern up to speed quickly, keeping its focus on providing high-quality,

professional grade examples that go deeper than the other ASP.NET MVC

books.

KEY POINTS

P• Written by 4 ASP.NET MVPs (Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals)

P• Fully updated for ASP.NET MVC version 2

P• Includes high-quality, in-depth examples

P• Concise, developer-centric, “In Action” style

P• No fluff – this book gets to the good stuff fast

Author

Jeffrey Palermo is the CTO of Headspring Systems. Jeffrey has been recognized

as a “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) in Solutions Architecture for

five years and participates in the ASPInsiders group, which advises the ASP. NET

team on future releases. Jeffrey is the founder of the CodeCampServer opensource

project and a cofounder of the MvcContrib project.

Jimmy Bogard and Ben Scheirman are consultants and .NET community leaders.

Both are Microsoft MVPs and members of ASPInsiders.

E. Richard Hexter is currently the Technical Architect for Ascentium. Eric

actively works on the open source projects MvcContrib and Tarantino.

Matthew Hinze is software developer and instructor at Headspring in Austin, TX.

He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft MVP C#