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Professional ASP.NET MVC 5

If you are new to web development, while it might be worth spending a very small amount of time on web forms (possibly the chapter from the C# Troelsen book on web forms), just to understand what it is. However the majority of your effort should be on MVC. Future versions of ASP.NET will combine the two but in 2015, there is no real need to write new apps using web forms. This book is not just a beginners book, but does cover MVC really well for readers who have some prior knowledge of C# and webpages.

View on amazon.co.uk: Professional ASP.NET MVC 5

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