Last post Jul 14, 2015 09:11 AM by Rion Williams
Jul 14, 2015 08:50 AM|santoshyadu|LINK
Please suggest me the best coding practice for Asp.net ,C# ,Html and sql server.
Jul 14, 2015 08:56 AM|DeadTroll|LINK
Jul 14, 2015 09:11 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
best coding practice for Asp.net
This site (ASP.NET) is probably one of the best resources online for finding and implementing some of the best practices, however it generally depends on exactly what type of
application you are building (as there is no "best" single approach for things like MVC, Web API, Web Forms all rolled into one). The practices and patterns will vary depending on exactly which technology you are using.
Microsoft offers a few resources related to software architecture and enterprise-level applications. I'm not sure if you are specifically interested in examples or bare-bone frameworks for designing Enterprise applications, but looking into something
like that might help give you an idea of things to research. The Microsoft's Patterns and Practices site, which covers best practices relating to designing all sorts of applications
and has an area specifically for their Enterprise Library. Microsoft also has an Application Architecture
Guide that might be worth looking into as well.
best coding practice for C#
Since C# is a language, there isn't necessarily best practices for it (as you would use it to implement best practices), but there are some popular coding standards that you can use to help keep your code clean and formatted in a standard way. There
are numerous guides and recommendations out there regarding the different types of notations that are popularly used as well as "standards" recommended by some major companies, but it's ultimately up to you to decide which works best for you :
Please suggest me the best coding practice for Html
There are tons of resources online if you search for "HTML Best Practices" like
this, which will cover most of the basics that you need to follow to write solid, standard HTML code.
Please suggest me the best coding practice for sql server
My recommendation would be to review over a variety of best practices, books, articles and resources that discuss things like scalability and how to properly design a database to handle different types of issues. Every application is different in its needs
and learning how to translate those requirements into the schema of a database is extremely important.
You might want to try checking out some of the resources below for a good starting point :