Hands on with ASP.Net MVC

Hi Friends,

It’s been long time since i blogged, reason being as i am running busy with one of my favorite topics ASP.Net MVC. This time am writing my 1st book on the lines of Lab manual. Currently, am half way done with this book and hoping to publish the same by next month end.  However, the salient features of the book will be like

  • Why MVC
  • Introduction of MVC
  • MVC Design patterns
  • Controllers
  • Models
  • Views
  • Data modeling
  • Ajaxification
  • Action Filters and Action Selectors
  • Security mecahnisms
  • Dependency Injection
  • Web API
  • Unit Tests
  • Publishing the app to cloud(Azure)
  • Converting the app into mobile site
  • MVC 5 in a nutshell
  • and many more other relevant topics

However, i would like to hear from you guys that how do you want the book to be laid down. My idea is am writing the book in such a way that every chapter is engaging and related with each other. When you start with the book, you will start on a blank slate, by the time when you finish the book, you will have one finished product ready.

Let me know your views, till then stay tuned and happy coding.

Thanks,
Rahul
Happy Coding

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2 thoughts on “Hands on with ASP.Net MVC

  1. Have a good case study/project and start with it, evolve this project with features which you cover in following chapters, so that users can relate to it.

    • Thanks Ramesh for your suggestion. I have already started on the same lines right from the scratch building an end to end application, so that reader can relate with the same in future with any prospective projects. i’m also stressing upon the mobile version of the site, off-course, these days all the companies are looking for these kind of skill set as well. so, this book will cover both web application and mini mobile application for the project.

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