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It's testable. It's light-weight. It's open-source. It's . . . Microsoft?
Yes, finally, Microsoft has figured it out. ASP .NET MVC 2 .0 lets you test
drive your code, control the output of your HTML , and leverage C# and .NET in
an easy-to-use web framework. This book shows you all you need to know to get
started developing web applications using test-driven development (TDD). You'll
learn how to do everything from creating your first test, to building REST web
services, to deploying your finished ASP .NET MVC applications. Test-Drive ASP
.NET MVC gets you started with all the fundamentals you need, whether you're
transitioning from older Microsoft technologies, or if you're coming from an
open-source background and are curious about what ASP .NET MVC has to offer.
ASP.NET MVC 2.0 is C# on the web done right. No more fiddling around with
Viewstate, IsPostBack(), and drag-and-drop coding. Microsoft has addressed the
shortcomings of ASP.NET and created a framework that goes toe-to-toe with other
popular web frameworks such as Ruby on Rails. Programming in C# is fun again!
This book takes a test-first approach to the main features of ASP.NET MVC.
You'll get hands-on experience building and deploying a time-management web
application from start to finish. From building your first page, to data
access, to integrating with web services such as Blogger.com, Test-Drive
ASP.NET MVC guides you step by step. You'll come away with a complete
understanding of web services and data access, and you'll learn how to test
each component so that your code is bug-free and maintainable from the start.
You'll see how to handle security, logging, and error handling.
Software isn't useful until it's deployed into production. We'll cover
automated deployment using MSBuild, a build tool product that can help you get
your site online, repeatably and reliably. Throughout, you'll work with open
source projects that complement ASP.NET MVC, including NHibernate, MVCContrib,
and Castle Windsor Container. These tools speed up developing database
components, architecture layers, and testing your code.
As you build and deploy your application, you'll not only learn the framework
itself, but also gain valuable experience with the test-first methodology,
driving your application development through small and measurable incremental