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Some readers might find the style irritating, perhaps because they're already experiencd ASP.NET developers, or maybe because they want to skip the Ninject sections, or avoid unit testing etc. But I highly recommend the use of both - after all, as the author explains thoroughly, dependency injection and unit testing are two of the main benefits of the MVC approach, so although they are optional, they're very important.
I think there is a general level of excellence in his writing, clear descriptions, and right pacing. I can highly recommend this book for experienced C# developers who are novice ASP.NET programmers.
The book is well structured and very thorough tutorial. Some people may find the pace a little slow, but to my mind that is better than essential concepts being skimmed over. If you are hoping to learn how to knock up a quick and dirty web site then not only would this book not be appropriate but also you would probably be better off opting for a different web technology altogether. ASP.Net MVC aims to solves problems inherent in large scale web applications, and this book shows you how to use the framework correctly.
Too many areas are touched outside of the scope of MVC and because of this you don't get any detail about any of them and you are left with a rather vague understanding of how MVC works and the other bits and pieces that are introduced (e.g. Ninject).
No I wouldn't buy this book at all - it is simply too confusing and jumps about all over the place. Plus the "real world" example of an application is anything but real world - since when did you use a single table to define an object that has many fields under different contexts (e.g. you wouldn't use a Categories text field duplicated many times in the same table)?
Not recommended, would advise you look elsewhere.
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I have a good knowledge of C# bit no experience in MVC and this book was just perfect. Tutorial Sports store is excellent.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just what the title says. There are examples in this book that totally violate the MVC pattern ex:Chapter9 Submitting Orders. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nadejde
Great literature. I use it in my education in Web Development.Published 19 months ago by Petko Petkov
One reason I've chosen Amazon as a preferred retailer in the past is that they ask what my advertising preferences are, and have until now been smart enough to respect those... Read morePublished on 27 April 2014 by Rachel Pierson
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