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Build Your Own ASP.NET4 Website

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  • http://www.nexustechnologiesllc.com Charles Boyung

    Sorry, but an Asp.Net 4 book with a single chapter on MVC called “Introduction to MVC” is already outdated and out of touch with the .Net community. Already was when .Net 4 was still in beta actually.

    And the Ajax Control Toolkit? Microsoft has pretty much abandoned that in favor of jQuery. That happened in .Net 3.5 already. Why is this in a book on .Net 4?

  • http://www.onsman.com Ricky Onsman

    Thanks for your thoughts, Charles, but I’ll maintain this 4th edition provides a first class guide to ASP.NET4 for the beginner or newcomer, as intended.

    There is, and will be, lots more to say about MVC but our focus here is on applying it to the book’s project. In that way, it’s a highly practical introduction, as claimed.

    As for jQuery, we could already put together a book on jQuery and ASP.NET (if we thought the demand was there … hint, hint). But all of that wouldn’t fit into what is already a sizable tome at 700+ pages.

    I’d also argue that, while integration of jQuery into ASP.NET4 is certainly going to grow, the Ajax Control Toolkit will in fact continue to provide an excellent introduction.