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ASP.NET from Scratch

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In this course, Jeremy McPeak, author of Professional AJAX and Beginning JavaScript: 4th Edition, will teach you how to build high quality ASP.NET applications from scratch. Even better, for those who prefer a more visual approach, each lesson comes in the form of a twenty to thirty minute video tutorial. Ready to dive in?

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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Lesson 1Aspnetfromscratch
    Nettuts+ is primarily a PHP haven; however, I'm sure we can all agree that there are many fantastic, and technically more powerful languages and frameworks at our disposal. Jeremy McPeak, author of Professional AJAX, and Beginning JavaScript: 4th Edition, will teach you how to build ASP.NET applications from scratch over the course of the next several video tutorials. Enjoy! Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Lesson 2Aspnetfromscratch
    Continuing on from lesson one, Jeremy McPeak, author of Professional AJAX, and Beginning JavaScript: 4th Edition, will take things a step further as we delve deeper into working with the ASP.NET framework. Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Lesson 3Aspnetfromscratch
    Picking up where Lesson two left off, this new installment of ASP.NET From Scratch covers more C# programming fundamentals – namely class inheritance and interfaces. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use inheritance to save time and code. You’ll also learn about the concept of interfaces, and how they can make your applications and components flexible and maintainable. You'll also be introduced to the Object Browser, a feature of Visual Studio that organizes all classes within the Framework Class Library and your project in a browsable format. Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: SQL ServerAspnetfromscratch
    Part four of this series changes the lesson plan again! This lesson introduces you to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and SQL Management Studio. Youíll learn how to create a database, add tables to it, and populate it with data. You'll then use that data and bind it to a template control. Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Master PagesCode
    This latest lesson in our ASP.NET from Scratch series delves into Master Pages - ASP.NET's built-in templating engine. You'll learn what Master Pages are, and how to use Master and Content pages to provide a consistent look and feel to your web application.Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: MVCCode
    Lesson 6 ditches WebForms in favor of ASP.NET MVC. In this introduction, you’ll get a taste of ASP.NET MVC and recreate a EmailForm application using the MVC framework.Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Routing in MVCCode
    In today’s episode of ASP.NET from Scratch, we’ll look into URL routing in the MVC framework, and examine how a request can be routed to a controller and action method. You’ll learn how to use constraints to gain better control over your routers, and also discuss best practices in adding routes to the route table.Read More…
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    ASP.NET From Scratch: Controllers and Simple Model ValidationCode
    This latest episode continues to delve into the ASP.NET MVC framework by looking at controllers and their role in MVC applications. You will also learn how to perform model validation by implementing the IDataErrorInfo interface.Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: ViewsAspnetfromscratch
    The last major piece of the ASP.NET MVC Framework is the View engine. In this lesson, we look at the default View Engine in MVC2 - the WebForms View Engine - and learn how we can use views to display information to the user.Read More…
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    ASP.NET from Scratch: Views with MVC3Aspnetfromscratch
    ASP.NET MVC3 is now available, and it includes a new View engine called Razor. In this lesson (dubbed 9.5), we download the MVC3 bits and look at Razor and rebuild the application from the previous lesson with the new View engine.Read More…