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Books are neat little packages that contain information that has been pulled out of mind stuff, written down, edited and re-edited, printed, and glued together. When I get my author copies there is always a sense of satisfaction at having been part of creating something. Then, I take a deep breath and wait to see what the readers think. Components and controls are always just one part of application development. Developers have to get requirements, design solutions and databases, and assemble all of the various pieces and then refine the total effort. This book was originally slated at pages.
It has been updated again since then to take in version 3. The series centres around developing the BeerHouse application, which is available from CodePlex. The application contains a range of features that could appear in any "real-world" site, including user membership, content management, polls, comments, newsletter management and generation, localisation and e-commerce.
For web forms developers looking to improve their development skills beyond a two-layer approach that involves much use of Code-Behind, this series has established itself as invaluable. The second book in the series is one of the more thoroughly thumbed tomes in my personal collection, and I would say that this book did more for me in terms of understanding how to separate the various layers in my applications than any other resource.
As with previous versions in the series, each element of the application is broken down into a Problem Statement, followed by an examination of the application Design considerations that the Problem introduces, and finally the code, or Solution that was implemented.
That, unfortunately, is as far as any similarity with the previous books go. Coverage of the MVC Framework as a development technology is pretty superficial, in my opinion, and indeed the authors refer readers to MSDN or a reference type book for more detail too often.
So, the book is not intended to teach you the MVC Framework. Indeed, as part of the introduction, the authors claim that "you will have learned many of the best practices for web development, based on a solid, scalable, and extensible architecture" by the time you have reached the end of the book.
This book ignores both. You will not learn how to implement any kind of testing framework at all. How about a true separation of concerns? Unfortunately, any hope I had that the book might help in this direction was blown out of the water when I downloaded the sample application. This hardly fits in with the notion of a "clean" separation of concerns.
There are a number of technical and factual inaccuracies throughout the book. The authors refer to the Html and Url extension classes. They are in fact extension methods. According to the authors, the ASP. NET 3.
They were actually introduced in version 2. NET is offered as a process by which you can develop your Model.
It's actually not a process at all. It's a movement, if anything, that shares a set of beliefs. While most of us know that interfaces are implemented by a class, the authors will have you believe that classes inherit from interfaces. Oh - and did you know that the GridView is obsolete?
Nor did I. But on page , I find the following: "You may notice in this code that we are using plain old tables to show our data, This is because the GridView control that we have used so frequently in ASP. NET 2. However the sheer number of them and there are many more than the ones I highlighted shakes my confidence in the technical accuracy of the book as a whole.
Another aspect of the book that left me feeling underwhelmed is the fact that large chunks of the 2. However, not enough care was given to reviewing and amending the copied parts. The text introducing them is identical to the 2. NET 1.
Given that 2. Given the heritage of the Problem - Design - Solution series of books, I was keen to find something positive to say about this title. But the more I looked, the more I got irritated by it especially with the continual reference to Partial Views as "User Controls" , and even started to feel a little cheated.
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