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Last post Jun 15, 2012 03:27 AM by panric
Jan 17, 2012 01:36 AM|LINK
Hi ASP.net Gurus,
I'm new in web development and just finish basic university C# .net certification program. I'm planning to develop a web base application and would like to utilize ASP.net MVC.
I need to have guidance if I need to learn asp.net before the MVC or i can jump directly to MVC or learning asp.net in conjunction of MVC framework. Some of you might had the same experience from the past. Could you please suggest a prerequisite topics (pls
be very specific) before starting asp.net MVC?
Jan 17, 2012 02:49 AM|LINK
Handling MVC is different from Web Forms and Web Pages. So if you have a strong base in C#, you can directly go with MVC.
But you have given like " I need to learn asp.net before the MVC" ,
You need to know the flow and working of ASP.net , but not web forms or pages.
But that you can get on the way while learning MVC. I think you can continue with your MVC learning.
Feb 05, 2012 05:30 AM|LINK
MVC is built on top of Asp.Net which is built on top of .Net .
Its like a triangle where MVC is at the top.
Web Forms is more of procedural programming while MVC is more towards OOP (Object Oriented Programming).
You are definitely good to go with MVC. There are so many resources available in terms of books, articles and even videos!
Feb 05, 2012 10:27 PM|LINK
thanks for all the replies, really appreciate your help.
Jun 15, 2012 03:27 AM|LINK
MVC refers to Model-View-Controller which is different form just web form or web design. You can check this article :http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff649643.aspx.
A blog focus on Asp.NET : http://ctrlcvprogrammer.blogspot.com/
There is also a new way of build web pages named Silverlight developed by Microsoft. You can also google to learn more about it.