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Windows Azure Developer's e-Book Bundle.

By: Johnson, Bruce.
Contributor(s): Perkins, Benjamin | Chambers, James | Garber, Danny | Malik, Jamal | Fazio, Adam.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (915 p.).ISBN: 9781118750728.Subject(s): Cloud computing | Computer network architectures | Windows azureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Windows Azure Developer's e-Book BundleDDC classification: 004.56 LOC classification: TK5105.88813 .J384 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Introduction to the Windows Azure Book Series; Windows Azure® and ASP.NET MVC Migration; Copyright; About the Author; About the Technical Editor; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction to Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC Migration; Who this Book is For; What this Book Covers; How this Book is Structured; Migration; Enhancing; Deployment; Monitoring and Troubleshooting; What You Need to Use this Book; Conventions; Source Code; Errata; P2P.Wrox.Com; Part I: Migration; Chapter 1: Migrating from ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC 4; Getting Started; Comparing ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC
Understanding the Model-View-ControllerUsing Master Pages versus Shared Views; When to Use User Controls versus Partial Views; Understanding the Statelessness of ASP.NET MVC; Understanding Strongly Typed Class References; ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, or Both?; What Are the Differences Between ADO.NET and NHibernate?; Understanding the Data Access Layer; Understanding the Object Relational Mapping; Understanding Mapping by Code; Accessing Data from the Database; Examining Innovations from IIS 6 to IIS 7.0/7.5/8; Introducing Team Foundation Server; Using Test Driven Development Within ASP.NET MVC
SummaryChapter 2: Creating the ASP.NET MVC 4 Project; Changing the Look and Feel of Your Website; Creating the Blog List From an XML RSS File; Adding the BlogList Class to the Models Folder; Adding Methods to the HomeControllers File; Modifying the Index() Method; Displaying the List of Blogs in the View; Adding the Html.ActionLinks; Creating a Local Test Database; Downloading and Installing SQL Server; Creating a New SQL Server Database; Implementing NHibernate into an ASP.NET MVC 4 Application; Creating the NHibernate Classes and Configuration
Creating and Adding the BlogNavBar Partial ViewAdding a Partial View; Adding Static Content to the View; Creating a Sample View and Adding the _BlogNavBar; Adding Dynamic Content to the _BlogNavBar Partial View; Creating the Archive List Web Page; Creating the ArchiveList.cshtml View; Adding the ArchiveList() Action Result Method; Create and Implement a Custom MapRoute; Retrieving the Archive Blog Data with LINQ to NHibernate; Modifying the Views to Display and Link to Data; Migrate a Blog Entry from ASP.NET with Feedback Form and Comment List
Adding a Controller to Manage Requests to All BlogsCreating a Method to Retrieve Blog Details; Updating the Example Blog Link; Creating a Shared Partial View for the Blog; Adding Partial View to the Blog; Summary; Part II: Enhancing; Chapter 3: Understanding ASP.NET MVC 4 Performance Optimization Techniques; Setting a Performance Baseline; Using Online Tools for Performance Testing and Optimization Tips; Understanding Bundling and Minification; Scaling a Windows Azure Cloud Service; Fifteen Performance Enhancing Tips; Useful Links; Summary
Chapter 4: Fine-tuning the ASP.NET MVC 4 Project for Performance
Summary: A collection of five must-have Azure titles, from some of the biggest names in the field Available individually, but at a discounted rate for the collection, this bundle of five e-books covers key developer and IT topics of Windows Azure, including ASP.NET, mobile services, web sites, data storage, and the hybrid cloud. A host of Microsoft employees and MPVs come together to cover the biggest challenges that professionals face when working with Windows Azure. The e-books included are as follows: Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC MigrationWindows Azure Mobile ServicesWindows Azure Web SitesWindows
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Cover; Contents; Introduction to the Windows Azure Book Series; Windows Azure® and ASP.NET MVC Migration; Copyright; About the Author; About the Technical Editor; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction to Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC Migration; Who this Book is For; What this Book Covers; How this Book is Structured; Migration; Enhancing; Deployment; Monitoring and Troubleshooting; What You Need to Use this Book; Conventions; Source Code; Errata; P2P.Wrox.Com; Part I: Migration; Chapter 1: Migrating from ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC 4; Getting Started; Comparing ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC

Understanding the Model-View-ControllerUsing Master Pages versus Shared Views; When to Use User Controls versus Partial Views; Understanding the Statelessness of ASP.NET MVC; Understanding Strongly Typed Class References; ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, or Both?; What Are the Differences Between ADO.NET and NHibernate?; Understanding the Data Access Layer; Understanding the Object Relational Mapping; Understanding Mapping by Code; Accessing Data from the Database; Examining Innovations from IIS 6 to IIS 7.0/7.5/8; Introducing Team Foundation Server; Using Test Driven Development Within ASP.NET MVC

SummaryChapter 2: Creating the ASP.NET MVC 4 Project; Changing the Look and Feel of Your Website; Creating the Blog List From an XML RSS File; Adding the BlogList Class to the Models Folder; Adding Methods to the HomeControllers File; Modifying the Index() Method; Displaying the List of Blogs in the View; Adding the Html.ActionLinks; Creating a Local Test Database; Downloading and Installing SQL Server; Creating a New SQL Server Database; Implementing NHibernate into an ASP.NET MVC 4 Application; Creating the NHibernate Classes and Configuration

Creating and Adding the BlogNavBar Partial ViewAdding a Partial View; Adding Static Content to the View; Creating a Sample View and Adding the _BlogNavBar; Adding Dynamic Content to the _BlogNavBar Partial View; Creating the Archive List Web Page; Creating the ArchiveList.cshtml View; Adding the ArchiveList() Action Result Method; Create and Implement a Custom MapRoute; Retrieving the Archive Blog Data with LINQ to NHibernate; Modifying the Views to Display and Link to Data; Migrate a Blog Entry from ASP.NET with Feedback Form and Comment List

Adding a Controller to Manage Requests to All BlogsCreating a Method to Retrieve Blog Details; Updating the Example Blog Link; Creating a Shared Partial View for the Blog; Adding Partial View to the Blog; Summary; Part II: Enhancing; Chapter 3: Understanding ASP.NET MVC 4 Performance Optimization Techniques; Setting a Performance Baseline; Using Online Tools for Performance Testing and Optimization Tips; Understanding Bundling and Minification; Scaling a Windows Azure Cloud Service; Fifteen Performance Enhancing Tips; Useful Links; Summary

Chapter 4: Fine-tuning the ASP.NET MVC 4 Project for Performance

A collection of five must-have Azure titles, from some of the biggest names in the field Available individually, but at a discounted rate for the collection, this bundle of five e-books covers key developer and IT topics of Windows Azure, including ASP.NET, mobile services, web sites, data storage, and the hybrid cloud. A host of Microsoft employees and MPVs come together to cover the biggest challenges that professionals face when working with Windows Azure. The e-books included are as follows: Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC MigrationWindows Azure Mobile ServicesWindows Azure Web SitesWindows

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