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Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4 par [Esposito, Dino]
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Completely reengineered for ASP.NET 4—this definitive guide deftly illuminates the core architecture and programming features of ASP.NET 4 in a single, pragmatic volume. Web development expert Dino Esposito provides essential, architectural-level guidance, along with the in-depth technical insights designed to take you—and your solutions—to the next level. The book covers Dynamic Data, AJAX, Microsoft Silverlight, ASP.NET MVC, Web forms, LINQ, and security strategies—and features extensive code samples in Microsoft Visual C#(R) 2010.

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Dino Esposito is a well-known ASP.NET and AJAX expert. He speaks at industry events, including DevConnections and Microsoft TechEd, contributes to MSDN Magazine and other publications, and has written several popular Microsoft Press books, including Microsoft ASP.NET and AJAX: Architecting Web Applications.

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15 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x915e2074) étoiles sur 5 Complete ASP.NET 4 Book for Intermediate to Advanced Developers 5 juillet 2011
Par syntap - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4 is an advanced book that gives a complete overview of the ASP.NET 4 architecture. If you are an administrator of a business-critical Web application (or plan to be one) using the Microsoft suite of server and Web services tools, this book will provide a good and complete understanding of system internals you will need. If you are new to the ASP.NET architecture and applications, look for something a bit more basic first.

Most of the ASP.NET books I heave read spend most of their pages teaching C#.NET and/or VB.NET is a way to spin beginners up from other languages and platforms in order to arrive at an example application that teaches the basics of how to develop a simple ASP.NET application. This book moves the developer to the next step, which is understanding how the architecture works. The first half of the book discusses how ASP.NET works together with IIS, in-depth ASP.NET event information, and custom server controls. With a firm grasp of the internals, the author moves on to application infrastructure, including a nice chapter on jQuery.

The author includes an impressive chapter on application security that discusses threat vectors and what you need to know at every layer of the architecture.

Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4 is not a beginner book for ASP.NET application developers and the author's description of his intended audience fully discloses this... those new to ASP.NET should find a book that teaches ASP.NET basics with C# to build a simple application, then move on to this one due to its advanced topics. The book explains these advanced topics well and I recommended it for developers responsible for ASP.NET applications.
16 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x915e20c8) étoiles sur 5 Thought-provoking, not for novice ASP.NET devs 3 avril 2011
Par John Brady - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4 is a well-written guide to the architecture and implementation of Microsoft's ASP.NET platform. It would be most useful to experienced ASP.NET developers as it does not cover the basics of ASP.NET, and does require the use of a modern Microsoft operating system (Windows 7, etc) to perform any "hands on" activities.

Developers who are currently using "classic" ASP.NET techniques may wish to read this book for a view of at least one view of the platform's future, that is a movement away from forms and toward model-view-controller (MVC). The author lays out his reasoning in a logical manner and explores the justifications as to why Web Forms, while not quite dead yet, may not be the foundation you should choose for your next project.

For those who are happy with Forms/classic, the book still provides good, in-depth walkthroughs of the anatomy and function of ASP.NET. Architects would probably find this a must-read, and it could be useful to technical project managers who deal with Microsoft platforms.

Dino Esposito is, as usual, an engaging author who has a knack of making this material, which can admittedly be dry, into an enjoyable read. I have several of his earlier works and usually retain them as reference materials after the first read; this book should follow that pattern as well.

Disclaimer, I received access from O'Reilly Publishing to an electronic copy of this book for review purposes.
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HASH(0x915e2500) étoiles sur 5 A .NET Software Architect wants this by their side 7 juin 2011
Par Tad Anderson - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the ASP.NET book a .NET Software Architect wants by their side. Not that it isn't good for a developer also, it just really focuses on all the things a .NET Software Architect needs to know about the technical aspects of ASP.NET 4.

This book covers all its material in-depth. A lot of the material is for advanced ASP.NET programmers. The author gives this warning at the beginning of the book.

The book has complete chapters on ASP.NET and IIS, Configuration, HTTP Handlers, Modules, and Routing, Core Server Controls, Input Forms, Data Binding, HTTP Request Context, State Management, Caching, Security, Ajax, and jQuery.

One of the things I did not like about the book is that it has cut the advanced aspects of ASP.NET and refers you to the author's previous book for those topics. This seems to be the new way publishers are saving money. Although I have seen some reviews that complained about all the previous material being included and bloating a book, I have seen 10x the amount of complaints about the removal of the material.

Another thing that annoyed me was the inclusion of material from one of the authors other books, Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise. It is not that the material is bad (actually it is great), is just is too limited to have an impact. It felt out of context. You should read that entire Architecting Applications for the Enterprise book, not just a few chapters from it. I would have preferred more technical ASP.NET information be included in its place.

The saving grace with respect to the two annoyances I listed above was that the author did not repeatedly refer to his other books. I have read some books that it seemed every five pages you were being told to go look something up in the author's other book before reading what they had written in their new one.

My favorite thing about this book is the level of detail the author goes into. He does a great job of providing the complete picture of all the topics he covers.

The chapter on security is great. It breaks down all the aspects of ASP.NET security including Where the Threats Come From, The ASP.NET Security Context, Forms Authentication, The Membership and Role Management API, Claims-Based Identity, and Security-Related Controls.

The code is very well organized and usable. It is all under one solution file.

I highly recommend this book to anyone doing advanced ASP.NET programming or doing .NET Software Architecture.
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HASH(0x915e24e8) étoiles sur 5 Full of ideas and info worthy of continued study 20 août 2011
Par harborsparrow - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I had read one of Esposito's earlier books and, upon finding this one, eagerly read it. It does not disappoint. This is not a book to tutor beginners on how to do a thing, but it is a book which will shed light on how many things work. Esposito also has the gift of perspective; while many programmers and authors can't see the forest from the trees, he has a good grasp of the likely significance on ongoing trends in development, and he honestly explores both the advantages and the limitations of the technologies he writes about. Thus, this is a work that anyone with aspirations towards design or the role of application architect will want to read, and re-read carefully. Esposito also has a gift for quickly describing what a thing really is doing, which is sometimes obscured by the often inexplicable names which Microsoft has grafted onto them. It will remain on my shelf. Even though years older, I still value his book on .NET 2 for the same reasons.
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HASH(0x915e29b0) étoiles sur 5 Essential, Referential, but not for Beginners 17 mai 2012
Par Winter - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Dino Esposito is a genius. He manages to write technically in clear language without making the reader feel like they're thumbing through a "For Dummies" book.

That said, Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0 is not a book for beginners: this book is a soup-to-nuts reference, but it starts from the assumption that you know the fundamentals of either the VB.NET or C#.NET language, and thus a bit about how pages work. If you're new to .NET Programming, I recommend starting with a more entry-level book such as Jesse Liberty's "Programming C# 4.0"...and then making this book your go-to reference for all things ASP.NET.

ASP.NET is a technology that uses the .NET Framework and its languages to program web applications: in other words, 'web sites' might be too small a word. ASP.NET blends a multitude of technologies in addition to 'code-behind' programming--technologies such as Master Pages, CSS, and generated scripting based on the various Controls that make up the ASP.NET language. It also relies on the Microsoft technologies built in to IIS and the way the .NET Framework manages asynchronous programming in a stateless environment. I realize that sounds like a mouthful to a beginning programmer, but that's where this thick slab of reading pays off: Dino Esposito describes ASP.NET technology in great detail. He provides you code examples and he doesn't just explain how to make ASP.NET do what you want, he explains why it works the way it does. For example, early in the book he gives a brief rundown of the recent history of IIS and its evolution into the integrated memory model it uses. He goes over the page event lifecycle so you understand exactly what an ASP.NET page is doing to your code, and when. I especially enjoy the fact that he explains what the different means of deploying your application to the server do to run your code--I wish every developer understood that.

If you want a good, thorough book on ASP.NET 4.0, "Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0" is the one. It is Intermediate level, but it makes for essential reading.
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