ASP.NET MVC 4
Applications built with ASP.NET MVC are easier to test, maintain, and extend because the architecture and role of each component is well-defined. And since it's built from the ground up as a core part of the .NET framework, it integrates seamlessly with other ASP.NET features already widely used, such as Web Forms or Master Pages.
ASP.NET MVC 4 in Action, Third Edition is a fast-paced tutorial designed to introduce ASP.NET MVC to .NET developers and show how to apply it effectively. After a high-speed ramp up, the book explores key topics like validation, routing, and data access. Each topic is illustrated with its own example, so it's easy to dip into the book without reading in sequence. This book also covers some high-value, high-end techniques you won't find anywhere else!
h Dozens of self-contained examples
h Full-system testing for ASP.NET applications
h Written by Microsoft MVPs and ASPInsiders
is a cofounder of MvcContrib and COO of Headspring Systems, Jimmy Bogard is a technical architect for Headspring, Eric Hexter is the other cofounder of MvcContrib, Matthew Hinze and Jeremy Skinner are architects and .NET community leaders. All authors are Microsoft MVPs or ASPInsiders and are responsible for MvcContrib, MvcConf, CodeCampServer, and the new PowerShell web deployment library, Pstrami.