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ASP.NET Dynamic Data Unleashed

by: Oleg Sych; Randy Patterson

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Publisher: SAMS,29.02.2011

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ISBN: 0672335654
ISBN13: 9780672335655

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This book will provide a hands-on tutorial to help developers build a good understanding of Dynamic Data at a high level, and will also include an advanced topics section where individual chapters focus on specific, real-world development scenarios and a reference section that will provide detailed documentation of the controls, classes, properties, methods and events specific to Dynamic Data.

The combination of the tutorial, advanced and reference sections in this book will help mid-level (and more experienced) ASP.NET developers master the Dynamic Data framework and will have them coming back for specific information after they have finished reading it. Aside from author's conference presentations, there is no equivalent to the tutorial section available today. While some bits and pieces of the information in the advanced section may already be available on different web sites and forums, the information is scattered across the Internet. The book will not only show the code to solve specific problems, but also explain why it works, and point out the trade-offs and alternatives. And, although the Dynamic Data reference is available on the MSDN web site, it is incomplete and overwhelms developers with information, muc of which is completely unrelated to Dynamic Data.