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ASP ASP ET Web Deployment using Visual Studio ET web application to a Windows Azure Web Site or a third-party hosting provider, by using Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio 2010 ET MVC and Web API. Source: ASP ASP ET Web Deployment using Visual Studio. ET Web Forms application. ET Web Forms
 ASP.NET Multi-Tier Windows Azure Application Using Storage Tables, Queues, and Blobs
Rick Anderson   Tom DykstraStep-by-StepThis tutorial series shows how to create a multi-tier ASP.NET MVC 4 web application that uses Windows Azure Storage tables, queues, and blobs, and how to deploy the application to a Windows Azure Cloud Service. The tutorials assume that you have no prior experience using Windows Azure. On completing the series, you’ll know how to build a resilient and scalable data-driven web application and deploy it to the cloud.

Applies to: Windows Azure, ASP.NET MVC, Windows Azure Storage Queues, Windows Azure Storage Tables, Windows Azure Storage Blobs

Source: WindowsAzure.com

E-book publication date: February 2013
207 pages
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 ASP.NET Web Deployment using Visual Studio
Tom DykstraStep-by-StepThis tutorial series shows you how to deploy (publish) an ASP.NET web application to a Windows Azure Web Site or a third-party hosting provider, by using Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio 2010. You develop a web application in order to make it available to people over the Internet. But web programming tutorials typically stop right after they’ve shown you how to get something working on your development computer. This tutorial begins where the others leave off: you’ve built a web site, tested it, and it’s ready to go. What’s next? This tutorial shows you how to deploy first to IIS on your local development computer for testing, and then to Windows Azure or a thirdparty hosting provider for staging and production. The sample application that you’ll deploy is a web application project that uses the Entity Framework, SQL Server, and the ASP.NET membership system. Entity Framework Code First Migrations is used to deploy the application database. The sample application uses ASP.NET Web Forms, but the procedures shown apply also to ASP.NET MVC and Web API.

Applies to: ASP.NET, Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012, Windows Azure

Source: ASP .NET Site

E-book publication date: April 2013
155 pages
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 ASP.NET Web Deployment with SQL Server Compact using Visual Studio 2010
Tom DykstraStep-by-StepThis tutorial series shows how to make an ASP.NET web application that uses SQL Server Compact available over the internet by deploying it to a third-party hosting provider. Uses Visual Studio 2010 without the Web Publish Update. Does not use Entity Framework Code First Migrations for deployment. For more up-to-date information about deployment features, or for information about how to deploy SQL Server editions other than SQL Server Compact, see ASP.NET Web Deployment using Visual Studio.

Applies to: ASP.NET 4.0 and earlier, Visual Studio 2010

Source: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: May 2012

162 pages
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 Developing Modern Mobile Web Apps
patterns & practicesGuideThis project provides guidance on building mobile web experiences using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Developing web apps for mobile browsers can be less forgiving than developing for desktop browsers. There are issues of screen size, the availability of specific feature support, and other differences between mobile browsers that will impact how you develop your apps. In addition, there are various levels of support for the emerging standards of HTML5 and CSS3, and standards for some features, such as touch, are just beginning to take shape. All of these factors suggest that it is best to keep your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as simple as you can in order to ensure compatibility with as many devices as possible. This project illustrates how to do this, as well as how to add more advanced functionality where supported.

Applies to: ASP.NET MVC 4, HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript

Source: MSDN Library (patterns & practices)

E-book publication date: June 2012
111 pages
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 The Entity Framework 4.0 and ASP.NET Web Forms – Getting Started
Tom DykstraStep-by-StepIn this book, you’ll learn the basics of using Entity Framework Database First to display and edit data in an ASP.NET Web Forms application.

Applies to: ASP.NET 4.0, ASP.NET Web Forms, Entity Framework 4.0, Visual Studio 2010

Source: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: June 2012
257 pages
EPUB MOBI PDF Source content

 

 Getting Started with ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms (Beta)
Erik Reitan
Step-by-Step
This series of tutorials guides you through the steps required to create an ASP.NET Web Forms application using Visual Studio 11 Beta and ASP.NET 4.5 Beta.Applies to: ASP.NET 4.5 Beta, Visual Studio 11 Beta, ASP.NET 4.5 RC, Visual Studio 2012 RC

Source
: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: May 2012
59 pages
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 Getting Started with ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms and Visual Studio 2013
Erik Reitan

Step-by-Step
This series of tutorials guides you through the steps required to create an
ASP.NET Web Forms application using Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web and ASP.NET 4.5.Applies to: ASP.NET Web Forms

Source
: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: January, 2014
200 pages
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 Getting Started with the Entity Framework 4.1 using ASP.NET MVC
Tom Dykstra

Step-by-Step
In this book, you’ll learn the basics of using Entity Framework Code First to
display and edit data in an ASP.NET MVC application.Applies to: ASP.NET 4.0, MVC 3, Entity Framework 4.1, Visual Studio 2010

Source
: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: June 2012

59 pages
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 Intro to ASP.NET MVC 4 with Visual Studio (Beta)
Rick Anderson and Scott HanselmanStep-by-StepThis tutorial will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC Web application using Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Express Beta for Web, which is a free version of Microsoft Visual Studio.

Applies to: ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta, Visual Studio 11 Beta, ASP.NET MVC 4 RC, Visual Studio 2012 RC

Source: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: May 2012

115 pages
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 Introducing ASP.NET Web Pages 2
Mike PopeStep-by-StepThis set of tutorials gives you an overview of ASP.NET Web Pages (version 2) and Razor syntax, a lightweight framework for creating dynamic websites. It also introduces WebMatrix, a tool for creating pages and sites. The tutorials take you from novice programmer through seeing your site live on the Internet. Topics include how to install Microsoft WebMatrix (a set of tools for creating sites); how to work with forms; how to display, add, update, and delete data; how to create a consistent site layout; and how to publish to the Web.

Applies to: ASP.NET Web Pages 2 RC, Visual Studio 2012 RC

Source: ASP.NET site

E-book publication date: June 2012
147 pages
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 Project Silk: Client-Side Web Development for Modern Browsers
patterns & practicesGuideProject Silk provides guidance for building maintainable cross-browser web applications that are characterized by rich graphics, interactivity, and a responsive user interface, resulting in an immersive and engaging user experience. Project Silk also illustrates how you can take advantage of the fast JavaScript engines of the modern, standards-based web browsers to achieve a user experience and execution speeds that rivals desktop applications.

Applies to: SQL Server 2012

Source: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Books Online

E-book publication date: September 2011
319 pages
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