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Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. I'm disappointed by this book and I think there's lots of room for improvement. The introduction says this book is for beginners but realistically, that's not the case. To me, this book often feels as though it's written for an experienced programmer that's coming from using recent iterations of ASP. NET as well as Entity Framework. This book tends to cover things in small fragments which means you don't get to see the code as it looks in the bigger picture.
It's true that the way you program in ASP. But the code examples in this book basically never show you the whole file.
This is not a step-by-step guide, or learn by example book. In several early chapters you are led to believe that you might be building an application from beginning to end.
But that simply isn't the case. Just like almost all the books and tutorials I found on ASP. This allows for a shorter book but leaves the beginner feeling confused about how to build things from the ground up. My experience has taught me to be skeptical of wizards, default templates, etc. It could be argued that templates allow you to quickly build something that works and then from there you can reverse engineer or simply deduce enough to build your own.
I personally don't find this approach to work for me. Chapter 4 on Models is probably one of the most important chapters for beginners and it's far too brief and also too abstract. They use Entity Framework but are really brief on this so you really need to have experience with Entity Framework Code First, which brings me to something else.
I'm not a fan of pure Code First. I don't mind the Code part but I prefer to design my own database and then mark up my Data Models with Attributes to coincide with my database or use the Fluent API to configure. The idea of having my code create and recreate my database as well as seed it with data just doesn't make a lot of sense to me. It works wonderful in books, tutorials, and examples where you don't want to have to go to all the work of creating a database and seeding it.
However, this isn't true to life. It's very impractical when it comes to websites and web applications. And it simply leaves the beginner confused.
I believe a Code First-Database First hybrid approach is the best. This book uses pure Code First.
Chapter 9 on Routing is very necessary because default routing probably won't be good enough for you, specifically if you care about things like SEO friendly URL's, removing unnecessary "Actions" for read only controllers, etc.
But I ended up learning how to do routing from other resources. Only after I learned it elsewhere could I come back to this book and make any sense out it.
In a step-by-step example style book there are many topics from chapter nine that likely would have occurred early in the book. Chapters 10 to 16 are quite advanced and seemed to barely fit in with the topics covered in this book. I would have preferred to see these topics moved to a different book. Then there would have been room to cover the beginner and core topics better, with more complete examples and perhaps a step-by-step application example. I have little to say about Chapters 6 thru 8 because I haven't got to them yet.
At this point I've almost lost hope that they will be complete enough for me to make sense out of. If my views and opinions change I'll come back and update my review. I believe the authors' attempts to be brief and to cover so many topics resulted in a severe compromise. The book ends up being confusing more than anything else. So which book should you download? I haven't yet found a truly good ASP. I've pre-ordered a new book by APress due in January It's an update of an earlier version that didn't get very good reviews, apparently because a lot of mistakes in the sample code.
As another reviewer mentioned, near the beginning of the book you are led to believe you will be walked through creating an application from scratch. Throughout chapters 4, 5, and 6?
I found myself flipping back and forth, looking for "where this piece of code came from" or where this piece of code goes. Along with quite a number of misleading typos, this has wasted a lot of my time.
I will likely finish out this book, but am seriously considering starting over with the MVC 4 book from Apress. I work at MS and have worked with all the authors. The numerous NuGet samples they publish make it easy to explore each topic. A book of this size can't be comprehensive, but it gives you enough incite that you have a good start at exploring specific areas in depth. I really enjoyed this book because it was the first MVC learning material to fully explain the concepts and not just have you blindly type out code like a robot.
It was nice to actually remember what I just read instead of instantly forgetting it 5 seconds later. Even the brief chapter on Dependency Injection was explained better that some of the much more verbose textbooks out there.
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Kindle Edition Verified download. Some good stuff but not as interactive as I'd have liked. I really like what PluralSite training is doing. This is very bookish and more like a computer class would be. Good book. Great understanding of MVC. Very understandable. However overall rating is very positive. What I mean is that I would recommend that book to everyone who wants to extend their knowledge abou new version of MVC.
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