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I always get confused by your triple negated style of asking questions but I believe the answer is yes.

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I always get confused by your triple negated style of asking questions but I believe the answer is yes.

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The reason I ask is because this methodology that is listed in my post is different than what you described in your book.
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Correct. But it's not supported on Visual Web Developer Express and you know what happens when authors dare to use stuff only available in the commercial versions of Visual Studio....

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I wasn't really looking to make the distinction, I was just looking at the online documentation help support that comes with the commercial version of Visual Studio 2012 that I using right now and not really thinking about things very much. I didn't know that there were two ways to do things. The only objection I have had with the advanced version of this book is that I could have sworn that it said that you must have VS 2010 ultimate to do the exercises in the book. Maybe I misread that maybe it was different Wrox book that I was glancing through at the local library one day and got that book mixed up with the advanced, follow up version to this book. Just a thought and an suggestion here only nothing more:
I was just thinking that maybe there could be a follow up book by some one to the information in this book that will allow the webapp to be displayed in a mobile fashion using responsive web design, media queries and JQuery Mobile. Already I know that (from taking iPhone and Android mobile web phone classes at the local university) Microsoft is pushing like crazy with MVC and the inclusion of JQuery Mobile and Media Queries into razor view engines, and CSS 3.0 for visual Studio 2012. FYI: Your fellow Wrox Author, Scott Allen, is doing a lot of that kind of stuff already. We talked about that in my mobile development classes. If there was a book that would teach these same mobile techniques with just your average, run of the mill web forms, it would worth its weight in gold in my estimation, especially if were to do ECommerce application development. In my humble opinion: There is a huge need for something like that now. Instead of having to spend hours, and hours learning Android and iPhone Java and objective C programming like I just spent the last year doing by taking continuing education courses at the local university, learning that , that if you could accomplish the same thing without having to develop native apps in Java and objective C, it would be nothing short of fantastic to do it that way instead. All I am doing here is just basically dropping an idea in the company suggestion box is all that I am doing with this post. Maybe the people at Wrox could come up with an idea for something like that. Sorry for any off topic distractions.

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