Last post Jul 25, 2009 10:19 PM by billsm
Jun 23, 2009 04:02 PM|Goalie35|LINK
I'm looking for a good book or website tutorial on the best/cleanest practices when developing an asp.net website from start to finish. In particular, developing an object oriented website. So basically, a book on the best approach to developing the cleanest,
most efficient asp.net website possible.
I'm not looking for any introductory books such as a "how to" work in asp.net, or c#, or anything. I feel I'm already very well experienced in those languages however I currently lack the skill of putting all of those technologies together in a very clean,
object oriented approach.
Anything you can recomend?
Jun 24, 2009 10:06 AM|jeremyh|LINK
Take a read of
ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution
great book, show's you how to build the beerhouse startkit site.
Jul 03, 2009 10:01 AMemail@example.com|LINK
ASP.NET 3.5 Social Networking is
good book and uses some advanced topics like Domain Driven Design, Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control to build a complete ASP.net social networking site from start to finish. The BeerHouse book mentioned above is good as well and there is a new
version with MVC just out.
Jul 06, 2009 09:36 PM|bmains|LINK
Have not read it, but ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Application Development with Visual Studio 2008 is a book in my queue and may be what you are looking for (Author Vince Varallo published by Wrox).
Jul 21, 2009 11:52 PM|billsm|LINK
I would look into this book Professional design patterns in vb.net:
Building Adaptable Applications by
apress authors tom fischer , john slater
peter stromquist Chaur wu
It uses GOF patterns and then you should start learning asp.net mvc
along with wpf
Jul 25, 2009 10:19 PM|billsm|LINK
I wanted to mention something else to you
Visual studio 2010 along with asp.net mvc will be using a lot of design patterns
decorator pattern, factory pattern. I would start to learn elementary asp.net mvc
first(There are a number of great tutorials on the subject) Asp.net mvc is great both
for web forms and silverlight(which uses ajax jquery) If you wish to buy a book asp.net mvc
in action(sept 2009) will be having its focus in this area. WPF also uses oop techniques
as well so you see there is much to be excited about. I hoped I helped you out....