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My latest ebook, Core Succinctly, writting together with Ugo Lattanzi has just been published and is available for free from. Here's where it gets cool. Free MVC eBook. Today we're releasing the first pages of the book as a FREE PDF download. Not only. NET MVC 5 Framework is the latest evolution of Microsoft's ASP. Web development platforms, you are free to download the original source code for ASP.

There has been a lot of excitement in the community about the new ASP. The book is now in production, and will be available to buy in stores soon you can pre-order it on Amazon today. I wrote the first chapter of the book — which is a page end-to-end tutorial that walks-through building a small, but complete, ASP. Along the way it covers how to:. It provides an easy way for people to organize, host and search for new topic-based dinners online:. Scott Hanselman has been hosting NerdDinners for years, and came up with the idea of building the tutorial around an application that facilitates this. He is also now hosting a live custom-skinned version of the application at www.

Is there a particular reason this was chosen? Thanks, John. I am curious to find out why the book is being published by Wrox and not Microsoft Press; especially since I would imagine that Microsoft would want to promote ASP.

Anyway, Thanks for giving this chapter out for Free. I look forward to the books release. It seems an assumption was made that only C developers will buy this book which seems like a safe assumption, but then, as a chief evangelist for VB and C , where is the VB version?

Is this book written for C developers only? Great tutorial for C shapers, but not much for VB coders not interested in learning C. Read through all pages of the ebook tonight, excellent work! I found a few minor issues while going through it: Scott, Will the final book be sold as an eBook as well as a dead-tree edition?

I switched to all ebooks for their advantage and haven't turned back. I'll buy a copy right now if I can get it in an eBook form. Can wait to see more post from you I downloaded the source code and ran it but that only runs the tests. How do I see the website like the screenshots you have shown? Hello Scott, I would like to ask a question regarding the DinnerRepository class.

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I like the fact that methods are separated from the rest of the Diner class' properties. Would that not be a problem if there were objects to persist to the database, i. Would it not be better to pass the DataContext object to the DinnerRepository class, and do so with all other entities, to make sure they all execute within the same transaction? Thanks for the book. I've downloaded ASP.

Scott, Will the final book sell as a PDF or only as a dead-tree edition? If I can buy it as a eBook, I'll purchase it right now. I may not be able to describe you as you deserve , but I can say that you are really a kind and generous man I hope to see others dictate you in providing such Tutorial contributions for free.

Thanks very much. Thanks for offering this! I'm currently using this for my graduation project at SyncForce. Very interesting stuff! I had the privilege of attending one of your Whidbey presentations at Milwaukee back in , and you were awesome: More articles and books, best future developers!

Awesome that you will be back in the land of the living! Looking forward to your posts and wish you much success with your book. Scott, I just skimmed through the free book chapter and it's very useful stuff!

I came across one small issue: I just happened to implement paging for an app I'm working on, and so I read the part about paging support. I think there's a small bug in the code on page Skip page?? Take pageSize. I think it's a unique 'chapter 1'. If you ask me, it's actually a Section 1.

I am wondering if any of the other chapters discussed MVC localization So that is what you were working on at the Bellevue Starbucks so feverishly a couple of Saturdays ago Hi Scott, thanx a lot for the book, great tutorial.

Thanks for this fantastic chapter! Just seeing how the Repository pattern cleaned up the model layer was worth the whole chapter for me. A few comments: That pattern the one you coded as the "RuleViolation" class is generic and something everyone could use.

We're all used to having our DB handle concurrency issues When i convert it to vb. Partial methods must have empty method bodies. What to do with that? Excellent material. Thanks Scott for the great eBook - I am just amazed at how MVC can help to build great application and your book helped to get it in just few hours. It sets a trend on how to write books that can really help developers to understand the new technology quicker and get their hands dirty on the code.

I am going to push MVC in my team and will look forward for the book release. Hope every chapter in the book covers detail step to master most of the aspect of MVC.

Great tutorial Like your coding Style Thanks Scott. One small typo: Great tutorial Scott!!!! I have one question for you, any particular reason why the MapRoute is an extensionMethod and not a static method in RouteCollection class.. Just wondering what is the thought behind doing this If anyone can explain that will be good. Thanks, YP. Scott, am almost sure I've submitted this question before. I'd like to know if you can point us to anything definitive on MVC Localization seeing that your chapters does not touch on it.

Or will it be in the second part of the book? A great book. Thanks to Scott for providing the best material to start with on ASP. Looking forward to the release of the book. Awesome chapter, you really cover a lot of ground and answered a lot of my wonderings about. Thanks for your generosity. There may be a bug on page Thanks for the book, I have a couple of questions though: How should we deal with concurrency?

Your NerdDinner sample has a 'last wins' scenario. Also, the whole GetDinner call before the SaveChanges completely defeats the purpose of having optimistic concurrency built into Linq2sql and EF. What is the lifespan of a controller like the DinnerController? Is it per session, per application, per request? Maybe I missed it reading the book, but I would like to know more about the inner workings in order to use the MVC framework correctly. Hi Scott, Wooooooooooow!

Hoping for more free EBooks from you Guys. Regards, Vikrant. Scott, I've been working through your tutorial and wanted to thank you for taking the time to write it with such great effort and detail. The few questions I've had along the way were mostly answered in context as I went along in the tutorial.

It's terrific to see someone, who's progressed so well at Microsoft still have such a developer-oriented mind. That is a very generous offering, cheers Scott, I might have to organise a nerd dinner: Scott, Thanks for the tutorial and everything. Will the free version of VS work? Thanks, Jonathan. Can you please delete them or do something to prevent them?

Thanks for your sharing of the e-book. Learned much about ASP. NET from your blog. Thanks Scott, this is very helpful. I noticed one strange thing routes. The parameters dictionary contains a null entry for parameter 'dinnerID' of non-nullable type 'System. To make a parameter optional its type should be either a reference type or a Nullable type. Parameter name: Where's your post about asp.

You manage to post to pre-release asp. I'm fed up with all this betashit It's like when the product finnaly releases it's yeasterday's news. Hi Scott Gu, Great work again. One thing I noticed is that you mention that two controller tests Home and Account are created by default after the project is created.

But, I see only the HomeController tests was created. Am I missing somethin? Anyone else notice that? Keep up the good work guys. Loved it. We've really got to get away from the excessive use of the 'var' keyword Hi Scott, Not sure the correct place to report errors in the NerdDinner document. So I'll just mention the small oversight I have noticed here. On Page Hope this is of use. Valuable knowledge for free is every 'basement' developers dream! Very excited to see the complete book as even the first chapter covers a lot of depth.

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Woot, MVC and a free simple walk thru. Good choice going with WROX. Now that you and the other smart ones are done with MVC can you go help the Entity framework team I need a better DAL and so far nhibernate is the best. Im trying to downloading but it seems its not complete , it says when it seems to be downloaded the whole thing:: Viewdata seems to be a great way of getting rid of querystring and still be able to pass on data without session.

Thanks for your contribution by writing this chapter for free, resulting in us getting hold of it for free I'm definitely buying the book as soon it comes out However I noticed several errors in the book. Do you have a place where readers can report such errors? Being a MVC noob, I spend some time figuring out what the heck "I" did wrong, just to find that the working sample code is a have the errors corrected.

Thanks again mate! I've been "away" from. Fantastic job, really. It would be nice if someone from MS could write a book regarding the Oxite project.

Thanks for your great book. I follow you step by step but can't register new user. Can't use sql ? Scott, Great stuff! You have taken the simple approach to developing the website and enhanced it step by step which makes it a nice read.

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I'd like to know is the mvc 1. And who are using the asp. We're translating this free chapter into Chinese. Please go to there if you're interested. Thanks Scott, That's very nice. A complete chapter that is guiding a full ASP. Hi Scott, thanks for the tutorial. The pagination section helped me a lot in my little home application.

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One improvement you could do to it is extending the IQueryable to include a method AsPaginated int pageNo, int pageSize that would return the paginated list. Thanks for your great articles and the well-done contribution to the community. Great article, this helps us. And your African safari is also very nice.

And if you get out on safari you may enjoy Wendo Genet, Ethiopia. But I digress.. Under "Dependency Injection" on Pg. You are always sharing your knowledge stuff, great. I am really excited by seeing your knowledge.

I am also so interested to learn and share my knowledge. I am so far using MVC for the last 2 years without using this framework. But after using it I feel really it is so simple to use, and reduces the entire development time. Thanks Scott,. The first pages of the tutorial were very good.

The section on mapping, beginning on page starts to get shaky. For me the tutorial does not produce a map; it compiles fine. The download code does work as the tutorial shows. I've gone through line by line can't find any errors.

I've swapped out the tutorial code with working download code and still no maps. I do notice that the download code is using 1. I am so impressed with the material. All I could say to myself "wow", what a material.

I want to write the appliation so clean such as this one, but many times delivery challenges makes us go to old school coding. Great Stuff! I'm having a hard time learning from msdn library, due to some missing component s. Scott, you are one of my greatest heroes.

Thanks a million. Well thanks for being open about your product author and allowing us to read it in ebook form. I guarantee many people will buy the actual book after reading some of the ebook. No one prefers ebooks over hard copy when it comes to reference books although it is nice to have the ebook handy sometimes. I have one more quetion if someone could make a a book that was to use the book to make a similar application like the google friend connect i think that will be a good idea or at least a demo other than that i just started a project like googles' friend connect and i need help.

Toggle navigation ScottGu's Blog. NerdDinner ASP. Along the way it covers how to: It provides an easy way for people to organize, host and search for new topic-based dinners online: Hope this helps, Scott P. Happy to have you back Scott, it has been a while! A simple "Thank You very much" is overdue from me. It would be interesting to be able to follow Michael's Silverlight road trip, but I couldn't find any way to subscribe to a single post, tag or something like that. His comments are disabled and his "Don't be a stranger.

Say hello. Wednesday, March 11, 9: Scott, Do you have a standard stock image you use for the front of your books, they're all looking pretty similar. Joe - Should I get a new photo each time I do a book? I'm still the same dude. Same haircut, same weight, same beard. Wednesday, March 11, This is the ASP. Thanks so much, guys! Joe Chung.

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So cool! There is something happening in the world of. Net and Microsoft - awsome to get this book the day I'm at home looking after my three-year old. Sadly the MVC software doesn't work. No web page - no errors - installer reports some errors to the log.

I'll read the chapter and pretend - but it would be even nicer if the software worked Some error log messages that seems to come from the install the installer reported "Installation Successful": Invalid template element TemplateID value Microsoft. Parsing will attempt to recover Installed only the mvc-download from a page referred from the download page the book pointed to Keep up the good work!

Looking forward to listen to you at Norwegian Developers Conference again this summer. Wednesday, March 11, 2: A "book" about programming. What a cute idea! You could use this to look stuff up if your internets were broken. I get - Forbidden: Access is denied. You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied. When trying to log in using Yahoo.

My Yahoo Open ID works fine on stackoverflow. You guys are REAL slackers!!! Just get a camera to the cafeteria next time you're together! Daniel Cazzulino. It assumes the exception was thrown as a result of bad input from the user as shown on page This isn't meant for production code is it? Doesn't this violate the rule of only catching exceptions that the program expects and can handle?

Shouldn't it only be catching specific exceptions, not any exception? For instance, if the connection to the database is down for some reason won't the user keep being re-directed to a validation error even is nothing is wrong with the data?

I'm not trying to nit-pick. I'm was just trying to learn best practices while I make the transition to MVC. Scott, The ebook is really good. Going through it today. This is totally the shot in the arm I needed to dive in. Thanks GAJ. Thursday, March 12, 6: Or is it based on older code? Thanks, -cm. Thursday, March 12, 7: Hey Scott, Firstly, kudos to you guys on showcasing the app.

One thing though, the live site NerdDinner. It would be nice to see this fixed. Jason Ong. Thursday, March 12, 3: I still don't understand why I should care about asp. I see more logic going into the html markup in mvc than web forms - and from what I've seen its highly breakable due to poor compiler support for all the items that are being put in quotes. Will this chapter enlighten me?

Friday, March 13, 4: Hi, Scott!

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How can I contact you? And I have a message for you. Look closer Just an email address. Friday, March 13, 5: Scott, Thanks for this. I have just started getting my feet wet with MVC and am really excited with what I see so far. I am working my way through the e-book and have come across something that has got me. On page 81 it talks about adding a ControllerHelper class. Is there somewhere special we need to add this in order for all the Controllers to be able to use it.

I wasn't sure how to encapsulate it. Thanks again for the e-book. It has made my friday more enjoyable. A little digging and I found the source code. I think I can take it from here.

Thanks anyways. Saturday, March 14, 8: Shiju Varghese. Sunday, March 22, After I'd got about half-way through the tutorial it became increasingly difficult to carry on due to the mismatch between the code I was writing the the code I "should've wrote".

I'm new to Ling and Mvc. There are just too many vital instructions missing from the tutorial.