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Last post Sep 14, 2010 10:23 AM by email@example.com
Mar 01, 2010 01:26 PM|LINK
Can anyone please suggest me a book on design patterns for Dotnet(asp.net+c# latest version).
The book should cover following things
1. 3-tier, n-tier architecture desing patterns or models
2. MVC and MVP design patterns
3. Other than above design patterns if any...
4. Good sample projects or examples which explains the above desing patterns..
Please suggest me...
Mar 01, 2010 02:05 PM|LINK
The best book to get started with design patterns is Head First Design Patterns:
It is a java book but almost all the code will compile in c# and as a developer that doesn't know java I didnt have any problems reading it. The only chapter that is java specific is the proxy pattern chapter.
It does touch on MVC in one chapter but it doesnt cover three tier architectures as far as I recall. However if you are interested in learning about design patterns then this book is really good. Check out some reviews of it for more info.
Mar 01, 2010 02:14 PM|LINK
I have just finished reading this page and I am tempted to buy this myself!
Mar 02, 2010 09:48 AM|LINK
Thanks a lot for your valuable suggestions...i will check the url's sent by you...
Mar 08, 2010 05:53 PM|LINK
you should also look at a book by apress professional design patterns in vb.net building adapable applications by tom fischer john slater peter stromquist chaur g wu
This book is based on the gang of four book by martin fowler. This book describes oop programming techniques before it became popular in asp.net mvc...this book is a must buy for oop programmers. It shows how to do oop in vb.net and asp.net 2.0
This book is a good primer for those wanting to get into asp.net mvc 1.0, 2.0. a primer for managed extensibility framework as a mechanism for driving your programming models instead of using master pages, asp.net mvc, silverlight navigation 3.0,
Aug 19, 2010 01:12 PM|LINK
I have bought this for myself and its really worth it as it includes all the samples and free e-books for reading :)
Aug 19, 2010 01:14 PM|LINK
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Sep 14, 2010 10:23 AM|LINK
My book on
ASP.NET Design Patterns covers all the four points that you mention and will be out in a couple of days.
You can order it from
Amazon. The case study that is used in the book can be downloaded from -http://aspnetdesignpatterns.codeplex.com/.
For a free chapter and table of contents take a look at the Wrox site -
I hope you find it useful.