Resources to learn MVC 3

by jask2002 31. March 2012 23:58

Rick Anderson posted step by step tutorial series on MVC covering

  • Intro to ASP.NET MVC 3 (C#)
  • Adding a Controller (C#)
  • Adding a View (C#)
  • Adding a Model (C#)
  • Accessing your Model's Data from a Controller (C#)
  • Examining the Edit Methods and Edit View (C#)
  • Adding a New Field to the Movie Model and Table (C#)
  • Adding Validation to the Model (C#)
  • Improving the Details and Delete Methods (C#)
  • Intro to ASP.NET MVC 3 (VB)
  • Adding a Controller (VB)
  • Adding a View (VB)
  • Adding a Model (VB)
  • Accessing your Model's Data from a Controller (VB)
  • Examining the Edit Methods and Edit View (VB)
  • Adding a New Field to the Movie Model and Database Table (VB)
  • Adding Validation to the Model (VB)
  • Improving the Details and Delete Methods (VB)

Check it out here

http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/getting-started-with-aspnet-mvc3/getting-started-with-mvc3-part1-cs


Microsoft has made it possible for you to enjoy this Pluralsight training free of charge. In addition, you can watch more videos free of charge from Microsoft.

1. Introduction 35 mins
2. Controllers 35 mins
3. Razor Views 45 mins
4. Working with Data: Entity Framework 39 mins
5. Working with Data: Validation and Mapping 45 mins
6. Javascript and Ajax 47 mins
7. Security 43 mins
8. Leveraging the ASP.NET Runtime 34 mins
9. Unit Testing 37 mins
10. Deployment & Configuration  37 mins

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Check out videos here http://www.asp.net/mvc

 

 


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