Last post Feb 21, 2014 11:41 AM by Rion Williams
Jan 08, 2013 08:03 AM|rajkarthick86|LINK
i want to know which is best for asp.net mvc 3 beginners
Jan 08, 2013 08:19 AM|sukanta|LINK
the best book u can follow
By Steven Sanderson , Adam Freeman
Wrox book Professional ASP.NET MVC 3 by Jon Galloway, Phil Haack, Brad Wilson, K. Scott Allen; ISBN: 978-1-1180-7658-3
if it matchs ur plz mark as answer
Jan 10, 2013 08:52 PM|april_123456|LINK
With regards to your question, the following books will best aid your study for asp.net MVC beginners:
Professional ASP.NET MVC 3 (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
By: Jon Galloway, Phil Haack, Brad Wilson, K. Scott Allen
Pro ASP.NET MVC 3 Framework
By: Steven Sanerson, Adam Freeman
Best of Luck!
With Kind Regards,
Jan 31, 2013 04:47 AM|Watson125|LINK
May 29, 2013 07:02 PM|jats_ptl|LINK
Books above mentioned are ggod but can always go for tutorial available online and the best once are here on asp.net site.
Feb 21, 2014 11:05 AM|asif iqbal|LINK
pro_asp.net_mvc_3 is the best book for MVC
Feb 21, 2014 11:41 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
I wrote up an extensive article relating to learning ASP.NET earlier this year and it detailed several books, resources and other tools that might be useful for someone to
learn ASP.NET, C#, Visual Basic, F#, MVC or any of the other major .NET technologies.
Some of the book recommendations that I included for MVC-specifically were :
Pro ASP.NET MVC 4 (Some ASP.NET knowledge recommended)
Adam Freeman (and Steven Sanderson) provide an excellent introduction to ASP.NET MVC and hold your hand as your create your first MVC application and then things begin to rev up a bit in a title that
covers MVC in a very comprehensive way. The book not only does a superb job of explaining how MVC applications operate and how to handle just about every situation that might arise when developing an MVC app.
Professional ASP.NET MVC 4(Some ASP.NET knowledge recommended)
Written by a team of rock-stars in the .NET world, Professional ASP.NET MVC 4 is a great primer to get started with ASP.NET MVC after you have a bit of foundational work under your belt. Much like the previous title, this
work covers MVC in its entirety and goes into a bit greater depth about topics that are close tangents to MVC such as jQuery, AJAX calls, dependency injection and more.
In addition to these, I always like to include some other non-book related resources, as I feel that they are a great complement to purely book-based learning as well :
The Getting Started MVC area on this site is a great place to start as well if you want to start learning MVC outside of a book environment. It will cover just about everything that you would need to
build complete applications and it is written by experts that apply best practices to help you build good habits for future applications.
MVC Learning Tutorials
One of the most well regarded and complete MVC-based tutorials would be the ASP.NET MVC Music Store tutorial, which you can find under the MVC section of this site. However, any
of the tutorials on this site should be great stepping stones to get you building your own complete MVC applications in no time.
You can find a few other resources listing off countless other MVC-based tutorials below:
I would definately recommend the MVC Music Store Tutorial as well as the other ones available on this site (ASP.NET) and if you are still looking for more information after that, check out some of the other links I provided.