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Last post Nov 23, 2010 05:56 PM by chowdari2009
Jul 04, 2010 08:35 AM|LINK
which book is best to go through asp.Net.plese suggest one
Jul 04, 2010 09:35 AM|LINK
which .NET framework?
Beginner book? Intermediate? Pro?
ASP.NET webforms or MVC?
You'll find out that there are a lot of books out there so giving a bit more information might lead us to guide you to better books.
Jul 14, 2010 04:32 AM|LINK
i'm looking for professional.it should cover all the topicslike framework,webform and MVC.
Jul 14, 2010 07:01 AM|LINK
I strongly suggest you check out the books by Apress. Apress.com
I have a few books from O'Reilly, but recently started using apress books. Love them.
Jul 20, 2010 12:40 PM|LINK
it should cover all the topicslike framework,webform and MVC.
Most books that cover all these things are just touching those in 1 or a couple of chapters. So if you want to get some basic introduction then buy such a book. If you want deep coverage of all these I suggest you buy multiple books.
Personally I like the books from the ... in action from Manning a lot, Apress, Microsoft press, O'Reilly and some books of Packt publishing are also good.
Jul 25, 2010 10:53 PM|LINK
I too really rate the Apress books. They are carefully reviewed by professionals for their content - and they have individual books for all levels of developer from beginner to advanced professional.
Most of the large names mentioned in the above post are good because they too review the code - but to be honest - a lot of it depends on your personal taste. Do you like very academic talk or are you someone who actually has to have a light-hearted book?
The For Dummies series can be entertaining but are not as content rich as the other more established names.
Get yourself to a good book store that contains a reviewed Computers section. This will allow you to try before you buy.
The hardest thing is finding a book that keeps me interested from start to finish - often with the result that I find myself having to Google specific techniques. Hopefully you'll do better.
book asp.net o'reilly apress reading
Nov 23, 2010 05:56 PM|LINK
for over view of asp.net :ASP.NET 3.5 Step By Step
for nowing advanced consepts:Sams ASP.NET 3.5 Unleashed