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I'm also in need to give it a read as being into the same study
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I've been working in backend in my company but now as my project is near completion my boss wants me to work in frontend in asp.net and ajax(mainly for web application projects). Is this book helpful for me as i've not much knowledge in asp.net.
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Hi there,

This book is six years old, so I'd day No. Take a look at Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1. instead which has just been released: http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...11884677X.html

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Thanks for the quick reply sir but can i work in visual studio 2008 with asp.net 4.5.1?Also i have little knowledge about asp, so can i understand everything regarding web application development with this book?One more thing can i get some sample web applications in your book??
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Nope, you need Visual Studio 2013. However, the free Express edition that you can download is enough.

My book shows you how to build a database-driven website from scratch with ASP.NET and comes with the full source for the sample application.

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From where can i get the full version of visual studio express 2013?If possible, kindly send the link
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I don't have a direct link but I am sure Google.com can help you find it. In addition, the first chapter of the book has detailed instructions about acquiring and installing Visual Studio 2013 Express.

Note: the "full version" typically refers to the commercial editions such as Professional or Ultimate. Express is not the full version, although it comes with everything you need to build rich ASP.NET web site.

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i bought your book sir and as per your book's reference the visual studio express is a 90 day trail version..
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Then you downloaded a commercial version,. The Express edition is not limited by a trial period, although at some point you do need to register it (which is free).

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I'm downloading visual studio express 2013 but the setup is getting blocked with the error as " This version of Visual Studio requires a computer with a newer version of Windows".
My system has Windows 7 32 bit Operating system.
 


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