Learn how to use ASP.NET MVC to build robust web apps without having to worry about view states, page life cycles, and complex UI elements that weigh down other frameworks.

ASP.NET MVC is a framework from Microsoft for building web apps. It follows the Model View Controller design pattern to keep the data, views, and logic clearly separated in apps, and encourages developers to follow good coding practices. The framework provides the Razor view engine for creating a consistent look and feel in your apps, and HTML helpers to provide an easy way to design your app without having to write all of the markup on your own. With ASP.NET MVC Succinctly by Nick Harrison, you will learn how to use these features and more, including how to integrate your app with jQuery, and how to use MVC scaffolding to automatically generate the more tedious portions of your code.

Nick Harrison

Nick Harrison is a Software Architect and .NET advocate in Columbia, SC. Nick has over 18 years experience in software developing, starting with Unix system programming and then progressing to the DotNet platform. You can read his blog as www.geekswithblogs.net/nharrison

  1. Conceptual Overview
  2. MVC Says Hello World
  3. The World Says Hello Back
  4. Don’t Trust Everything the World Says
  5. MVC Meets jQuery
  6. MVC Scaffolding