In this comprehensive guide to getting started with ASP.NET , best-selling author Wayne Worley provides a firm foundation for coders new to ASP.NET and key insights for those not yet familiar with the important updates in the book release. Readers learn how to build full-featured ASP.NET websites using Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web, Microsoft’s free development tool . . . → Read More: Beginning ASP.NET
In this comprehensive guide to getting started with ASP.NET, best-selling author Steven Edick provides a firm foundation for coders new to ASP.NET and key insights for those not yet familiar with the important updates in the book release. Readers learn how to build full-featured ASP.NET websites using Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web, Microsoft’s free development tool for . . . → Read More: Beginning ASP.NET
Learn ASP.NET in 1 Day serves as beginner guide for a crash course in ASP.NET development.The book contains tons of examples that prepare you for real-world development project.The books gives clear instructions for executing, tracing, testing, debugging, and managing ASP.NET code.This book will help you create a great looking website using ASP.netHere is what you will learnChapter 1: . . . → Read More: Learn ASP.Net in 1 Day: Definitive Guide to Learn ASP.Net for Beginners
Up-to-date Microsoft SQL Server 2016 skills made easy! Get up and running on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 in no time with help from this thoroughly revised, practical resource. The book offers thorough coverage of SQL management and development and features full details on the newest business intelligence, reporting, and security features. Filled with new real-world examples and . . . → Read More: Microsoft SQL Server 2016: A Beginner’s Guide, Sixth Edition (Beginner’s Guides)
This book teaches you all the essential knowledge required to learn and apply time-proven SOLID principles of object-oriented design and important design patterns in ASP.NET Core 1.0 (formerly ASP.NET 5) applications. You will learn to write server-side as well as client-side code that makes use of proven practices and patterns.SOLID is an acronym popularized by Robert Martin used . . . → Read More: Beginning SOLID Principles and Design Patterns for ASP.NET Developers
This book teaches you how to program in VB.NET – a general-purpose, high-level programming language widely used today. This book is designed for people without much experience in the world of programming. You will learn the basics of VB.NET – what a variable is, how to perform arithmetic operations, if statement, for loops, how to capture user . . . → Read More: Beginning Visual Basic .NET 2015
A revision of the highly successful second edition, Introduction to ASP.NET, Third Edition offers even more ASP.NET development knowledge. It will familiarize the user with ways to create dynamic web applications using server-side programming technologies. A well-rounded Internet programmer needs to be able to integrate server technologies to produce web applications that not only interact with visitors, but . . . → Read More: Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0
More than one million developers now use ASP.NET, the Microsoft technology for creating dynamic, data-driven Web sites Published day and date with the new Visual Studio 2005 release, this revision of our bestselling book covers new language features as well as the much-anticipated Visual Web Developer tool Requiring no previous Visual Basic or C# experience, the author . . . → Read More: ASP.NET 2 For Dummies
Introduction of MVC has bewildered many programmers in the beginning and even after working on it, as on to what it is actually. Some blindly follow the way it has to be done. Few says separation of concerns and others have learned the definition of it in order to say or explain when others ask.
This book will . . . → Read More: MVC for Beginners: A simple guide with analogy that would make you understand for lifetime.
This book is for anyone who wants to learn computer programming and knows absolutely nothing about it. Of course, if you are wondering whether this book is going to teach you how to create amazing applets or incredible desktop or mobile applications, the answer is “no”—that is a job for other books. So many books out there . . . → Read More: C# and Algorithmic Thinking for the Complete Beginner: Learn to Think Like a Programmer (Part 1 of 5)