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Lesson 1

Lesson 1: ASP.NET MVC Programming Fundamentals

"ASP.NET MVC Programming Fundamentals" covers the essential components of the ASP.NET MVC Framework, version 5.1. It starts with an exploration of how data flows through the framework so that it ends up on the page. From there, the lesson shows how to accept querystring data to use when processing a request and how to accept form posts. These LiveLessons use Visual Studio 2013, Update 1. At the time of this recording, Update 2 is in release candidate and not yet released.

Duration: 00:24:41  File Size: 73 MB

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Lesson 2

Lesson 2: View Fundamentals

"View Fundamentals" covers the building blocks of MVC views and the Razor view engine. The lesson starts with the differences between Web Forms and Razor as well as the progression of view engines in ASP.NET MVC through the various versions. From there, it looks at the tools available to help organize common components that can be reused across views. Viewers also learn how to use view helpers, partials, layouts, and strongly-typed view model objects.

Duration: 00:37:01  File Size: 107 MB

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Lesson 3

Lesson 3: Model Fundamentals

"Model Fundamentals" shows how to use model objects when building MVC applications. The lesson starts with an overview of the different types of model classifications in an application, including the data model and domain model. From there, viewers learn how to leverage strongly-typed view model objects to build and process data entry pages using input forms. The lesson also shows how to perform object-to-object mapping between domain model objects and view models.

Duration: 00:38:11  File Size: 119 MB

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Lesson 4

Lesson 4: Routing

"Routing" shows how to use and define routes to design a URL schema for the application. It starts with a session on the design principles at work when creating a URL structure. From there, viewers learn how to create custom static and dynamic routes to provide users with very friendly URLs. It also shows how to use helpers to generate URLs and links without hardcoding the URLs in the views.

Duration: 00:26:41  File Size: 76 MB

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Lesson 5

Lesson 5: Controllers in Depth

"Controllers in Depth" covers more advanced concepts around the proper factoring of controller logic and how to test that logic. The lesson starts with an exploration of the different extension points and seams available for controller logic. From there, viewers learn how to extend the bridge between the controller and view, the ActionResult. It also covers how to truly test MVC applications so that users are never surprised by an embarrassing bug.

Duration: 00:38:01  File Size: 117 MB

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Lesson 6

Lesson 6: Model in Depth

"Model in Depth" moves past the basics of MVC models and dives into the professional techniques that allow developers to properly model their user interface and keep code bloat out of their controllers. The lesson starts with a deep dive into model binding, a huge time saver when processing data from the querystring and form posts. From there, viewers learn how value providers work, and they see how to create a custom model binding scenario. Viewers also learn how to eliminate onerous mapping and projection code from their controllers using AutoMapper, an open source object-to-object mapping library built specifically for ASP.NET MVC.

Duration: 00:36:06  File Size: 113 MB

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Lesson 7

Lesson 7: Views in Depth

"Views in Depth" covers more advanced techniques that developers can leverage when building views. After an overview of the tools available for reducing view code duplication, it shows how to develop a custom HtmlHelper that is reusable across pages in the application. From there, the lesson dives into componentizing views using partial views and child actions. For organizing controllers, model objects, and views, the lesson covers areas and how to weave together navigation from one area to another. Finally, it covers some capabilities that can be leveraged when developing for mobile devices such as the iPad and iPhone.

Duration: 00:46:34  File Size: 140 MB

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Lesson 8

Lesson 8: Templates and Validation

"Templates and Validation" demonstrates how ASP.NET MVC supports validation of user input as well as consistent data formatting. The lesson starts with why it is important to be consistent when developing views that display and take in data. From there, viewers learn how display and editor templates work by developing their own custom display helpers. Viewers also learn how to properly validate user input to ensure the data accepted into the application is consistent.

Duration: 00:31:54  File Size: 82 MB

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Lesson 9

Lesson 9: AJAX and jQuery

"AJAX and jQuery" covers MVC support for AJAX and how jQuery, a JavaScript library, fits into the picture. The lesson starts by jumping into jQuery and apply the tight integration between MVC, Visual Studio, and JavaScript. From there, it shows how to apply jQuery’s unobtrusive validation capability in conjunction with script and style bundling built into the MVC framework. Viewers also learn how easily make AJAX calls to the web server using jQuery.

Duration: 00:26:06  File Size: 82 MB

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Lesson 10

Lesson 10: Web API

"Web API" demonstrates the HTTP web service framework, Web API version 2, which ships with ASP.NET MVC. The lesson starts with the fundamentals of HTTP, which Web API is built upon. From there, viewers learn why Web API was developed, what problem it solves, and how to create Web API web services that run within an ASP.NET MVC application. Viewers also learn how to make jQuery AJAX calls from MVC-backed pages directly to Web API controllers.

Duration: 00:31:33  File Size: 86 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2015
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-672-33718-5
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-672-33718-5

5 1/2+ Hours of Video Instruction

Overview

ASP.NET MVC 5 LiveLessons provides web developers with an introduction to ASP.NET MVC, which includes a review of web applications on the Microsoft platform. This course educates the developer from a master software engineering perspective with an eye toward frictionless development, best practices, and build and test automation.

Description

Software engineer and Microsoft MVP Jeffrey Palermo guides developers through each part of the ASP.NET MVC 5 framework, and he demonstrates how to leverage each piece to its fullest with real-world code examples. Viewers will learn how to create well-structured MVC web applications from scratch, add libraries and dependencies to the web application without creating unnecessary coupling, and create dynamic web pages and screens that accept, validate, and process user input. Viewers will also learn how to expose complex data to the application’s users through screens, extend the MVC framework to create cross-cutting behavior with minimal code, and develop using HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery to create MVC web applications that function equally well on desktops, tablets, and smartphones. While learning the framework, viewers will learn how to properly structure a software system that uses separation of concerns and layering so that applications can be maintainable for years to come.

Based on the best-selling ASP.NET MVC 4 LiveLessons, this video training has been updated to use Visual Studio 2013 and the MVC 5 enhancements to security and authentication as well as integration enhancements such as WebAPI 2 and OData support. The result is that with MVC 5 and WebAPI 2, 80% of REST-style web services can now be done right alongside the rest of the web application without the complexity of WCF.

About the Instructor

Jeffrey Palermo is a Managing Partner and CEO of Clear Measure, Inc., a software engineering firm in Austin, TX. At Clear Measure, Jeffrey manages the software engineering practice, which includes new system development, legacy system upgrades, performance/scalability improvements, and system rescues. Previously, Jeffrey has held executive positions at various firms including President, COO, CIO, CTO, Chief Architect, and VP of Engineering.

Jeffrey has been recognized by Microsoft as a “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) each year since 2006. He has spoken and facilitated at industry conferences such as VSLive, DevTeach, the Microsoft MVP Summit, and Microsoft Tech Ed. He also speaks to user groups around the country as part of the INETA Speakers’ Bureau. A graduate of Texas A&M University, an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey has published many magazine articles, and he has written three editions of his book, ASP.NET MVC in Action.

Skill Level

  • Intermediate to advanced

Learn How To:

  • Create a well-structured MVC web application from scratch
  • Add libraries and dependencies to the web application without creating unnecessary coupling
  • Create dynamic web pages and screens that accept, validate, and process user input
  • Expose complex data to the application users through screens
  • Extend the MVC framework to create cross-cutting behavior with minimal code
  • Develop using HTML5, CSS 3, and jQuery and create MVC web applications that function equally well on a desktop computer, iPad, and smartphone
  • Integrate applications using WebAPI 2-based web services

Who Should Take This Course

  • Web developers building applications using Web Forms or earlier versions of MVC or programmers just getting into web development

Course Requirements

  • A basic understanding of C# programming
  • Experience with Visual Studio
  • Experience with SQL Server
  • Understanding of web programming, such as HTML and CSS
  • Prior experience with ASP.NET

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: ASP.NET MVC Programming Fundamentals

1.1: Build a basic controller

1.2: Handle querystring variables

1.3: Handle form posts

Lesson 2: View Fundamentals

2.1: Understand View Basics

2.2: Build views using Razor

2.3: Use view helpers

2.4: Customize Razor views: Layout sections and strongly-typed views

Lesson 3: Model Fundamentals

3.1: Model your domain

3.2: Pass data to the view

3.3: Use strongly-typed models

Lesson 4: Routing

4.1: Design route URLs

4.2: Route a URL to a controller

4.3: Create dynamic routes

4.4: Generate URLs from routes

Lesson 5: Controllers in Depth

5.1: Extend controllers with filters

5.2: Extend controllers with action results

5.3: Test MVC applications

Lesson 6: Model in Depth

6.1: Use model binding

6.2: Extend the model binding with value providers

6.3: Build view-specific models with AutoMapper

Lesson 7: Views in Depth

7.1: Manage code duplication

7.2: Use partial views for common page sections

7.3: Assemble complex pages with child actions

7.4: Organize large applications with areas

7.5: Develop MVC for the iPad and iPhone with responsive design

7.6: Target and test iPad and iPhone with mobile display modes

Lesson 8: Templates and Validation

8.1: Build consistent forms with templated helpers

8.2: Control selection of editor and display templates

8.3: Customizing templates

8.4: Validate user input with DataAnnotations and ModelState

Lesson 9: AJAX and jQuery

9.1: Apply jQuery for HTML features

9.2: Enable unobtrusive JavaScript validation for forms

9.3: Add AJAX callbacks easily with AjaxHelper

Lesson 10: Web API

10.1: Use the fundamentals of HTTP

10.2: Create web services with Web API and MVC

10.3: Use Web API for jQuery AJAX calls

Summary

About LiveLessons Video Training

The LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include: IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home and Office Technologies, Business and Management, and more. View all LiveLessons on InformIT at: http://www.informit.com/livelessons

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: ASP.NET MVC Programming Fundamentals

1.1: Build a basic controller

1.2: Handle querystring variables

1.3: Handle form posts

Lesson 2: View Fundamentals

2.1: Understand View Basics

2.2: Build views using Razor

2.3: Use view helpers

2.4: Customize Razor views: Layout sections and strongly-typed views

Lesson 3: Model Fundamentals

3.1: Model your domain

3.2: Pass data to the view

3.3: Use strongly-typed models

Lesson 4: Routing

4.1: Design route URLs

4.2: Route a URL to a controller

4.3: Create dynamic routes

4.4: Generate URLs from routes

Lesson 5: Controllers in Depth

5.1: Extend controllers with filters

5.2: Extend controllers with action results

5.3: Test MVC applications

Lesson 6: Model in Depth

6.1: Use model binding

6.2: Extend the model binding with value providers

6.3: Build view-specific models with AutoMapper

Lesson 7: Views in Depth

7.1: Manage code duplication

7.2: Use partial views for common page sections

7.3: Assemble complex pages with child actions

7.4: Organize large applications with areas

7.5: Develop MVC for the iPad and iPhone with responsive design

7.6: Target and test iPad and iPhone with mobile display modes

Lesson 8: Templates and Validation

8.1: Build consistent forms with templated helpers

8.2: Control selection of editor and display templates

8.3: Customizing templates

8.4: Validate user input with DataAnnotations and ModelState

Lesson 9: AJAX and jQuery

9.1: Apply jQuery for HTML features

9.2: Enable unobtrusive JavaScript validation for forms

9.3: Add AJAX callbacks easily with AjaxHelper

Lesson 10: Web API

10.1: Use the fundamentals of HTTP

10.2: Create web services with Web API and MVC

10.3: Use Web API for jQuery AJAX calls

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