Using WebForms has led to problems for ASP.NET developers, such as low testability and inconsistent code. These problems become increasingly relevant when trying to develop or maintain anything but the simplest web site.
This book takes you through the ASP.NET MVC framework to help you simplify and build web applications quickly. With example applications built on best practices and with clear explanations, you will get started in no time.
The MVC pattern is widely accepted as one of the best approaches for building modern web applications and Microsoft's new ASP.NET MVC Framework offers a fully supported way for developers to implement MVC in ASP.NET.
This book takes you through the essential tasks to create powerful web applications as fast as possible. These essential tasks are explained clearly, with well-structured instructions. The book does not cover every single feature in detail; it provides precise information for you to get started, and takes you through the creation of an example application that covers MVC application design techniques.
In addition to helping you write code, this book covers unit testing, to improve the stability and quality of the application you are building. It provides a quick reference to the MOQ framework to aid in unit testing. With this book, you will soon have the skills that will make you an ASP.NET developer to be reckoned with, and you will be creating applications with a speed that will astonish your colleagues and boss!
Simplify and build web applications with the ASP.NET MVC framework quickly
The book walks through the main concepts of the MVC framework to help ASP.NET developers to move on to a higher level. It includes clear instructions and lots of code examples. It takes a simple approach, thereby allowing you to work with all facets of web application development: requirements, designing, testing, and deployment.
Who this book is for
This book is for ASP.NET developers who want a fast-paced guide to building powerful web applications using the ASP.NET MVC framework. All the code examples are in C#.