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Draft: ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor Syntax

Microsoft published draft of e-book ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor Syntax - Beta 3. The book is targeted to everybody who want to build web sites with WebMatrix or Visual Studio using Razor engine. The book is simple and very informative and I already found some interesting topics from it. If you are starting with Razor take a look at this book.

Table of contents

  1. Getting Started with WebMatrix Beta and ASP.NET Web Pages
  2. Introduction to ASP.NET Web Programming Using the Razor Syntax
  3. Creating a Consistent Look
  4. Working with Forms
  5. Working with Data
  6. Displaying Data in a Grid
  7. Displaying Data in a Chart
  8. Working with Files
  9. Working with Images
  10. Working with Video
  11. Adding Email to Your Website
  12. Adding Search to Your Website
  13. Adding Social Networking to Your Web Site
  14. Analyzing Traffic
  15. Caching to Improve the Performance of Your Website
  16. Adding Security and Membership
  17. Introduction to Debugging
  18. Customizing Site-Wide Behavior

Appendixes

  • ASP.NET Quick API Reference
  • ASP.NET Web Pages Visual Basic
  • Programming ASP.NET Web Pages in Visual Studio

The book has 282 pages. There are also illustrations and guides how to do one or another thing so you can keep this book open when studying Razor and Microsoft web technologies.

Comments

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hope this helps

# December 2, 2010 7:02 PM

Erana said:

Where is the vb.net version of this please link?

# December 3, 2010 7:14 AM

DigiMortal said:

Erana, it is still time for VB devs to stop whining and start studying also other languages. :)

# December 3, 2010 8:34 AM