Last post Mar 06, 2013 11:36 AM by WishStar99
Mar 05, 2013 02:20 PM|love4asp.net|LINK
I am new to asp.net . i want best code material from basic to depth....Sp please share your knowledge.
Mar 05, 2013 03:13 PM|Rion Williams|LINK
A great place to get started is actually the
Get Started area on this site. I would also recommend checking out many of the suggestions from
this Stack Overflow thread on ASP.NET and C# tutorials.
My good friend vinz from this forum also has
a blog post on the topic that you may want to check out with some additional resources.
Mar 05, 2013 06:37 PM|WishStar99|LINK
My advice would be buy yourself a book. It will teach you from the ground up. It takes longer than learning from online samples, however, you will learn the basic to advance.
The book I like the most is where the author takes you through a full project from beginning to the end.
Mar 06, 2013 10:28 AM|love4asp.net|LINK
name of book????
Mar 06, 2013 10:37 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
You can find a variety of books on ASP.NET that you can check out.
This Stack Overflow discussion covers several different books that might be great to get you started.
However, it all depends if you learn better from a book or actually working on tutorials and such. I've always found that books are great to supplement actually writing code and doing things (or are better if you are not around a development environment).
Several members of this forum and the community have actually written books on ASP.NET that you can check in the following areas of this site:
This forum actually has an entire area dedicated to Books on ASP.NET and Book Reviews as well.
Mar 06, 2013 11:36 AM|WishStar99|LINK
The book i learned from is old, back in the early .NET 2.0. I got it from a local store. If there's a local bookstore near your place, go visit it and pick out a book and flip through few chapters to see if you like it or not. There are many different authors
who have different style.
And there are different ASP.NET, Rion's post shows them all. MVC is a different framework and it's a couple years old. The vast majority of companies are still going with the normal ASP.NET (not MVC), but you will see companies that adapt the new MVC. It
just depends on companies and projects.
Good luck with your decision.