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I am working for a company, and they assigned me a project. Its the clients specification that i should do this on mnc4. So please tell me where could i get some basic idea on this mvc4 and where could i download a project on mvc4.
Posted 17-Jan-13 13:30pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 17-Jan-13 19:47pm
Unfortunately, this request is not really a question and does not fit the format of this forum. There is no one "basic idea". —SA
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Solution 2

Please see my comment to the question. However, about the source of some basic idea, what's wrong about[^]?
If you are interested in particular Microsoft product, MVC for .NET, please see the overview:[^].
You could easily find it by yourself. If you are expecting that your question will help you to reveal some sacred knowledge you could not find by yourself, I would advise you to become more skeptical in general. Smile | :)
As to the general attitude to different architectural patterns, they can be very useful, but I would advise to use your own brain more. Developers need to analyze the goals of each particular projects in depth and use this understanding for making architectural decisions, not the other way around. None of the architectural patterns can be considered as a silver bullet.
Abhinav S at 17-Jan-13 23:25pm
Good answer. 5.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Jan-13 1:04am
Thank you again, Abhinav. —SA
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Solution 1

1) Download MVC4 from here[^].
2) Open Visual Studio and create a new MVC4 web application.
3) Go ahead and play with it. You will have a fully functional MVC4 web application to learn from.
Beyond that, just do a simple google search on MVC4 tutorials and MVC4 getting started.
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Solution 3

These are the two best places where I found mvc4 tutorials:
1. : Here you must actually first see mvc3 tutorials and then proceed on to mvc4 becuase mvc3 right now is the minimum standard for the technology and in the tutorial for mvc3 he explains the very basics and then moves on to advanced features in the mvc4 tutorial.
2. Official website[^] : Again here if you see the mvc4 tutorial I'm not sure of how much that will help you because they skip many things and expect you to know it, so its best to start off with mvc3 and then proceed on to mvc4.
Maybe if you give it a solid full day behind this without getting bored you can finish it off in one or two days and start coding! So happy coding buddy!
Abhinav S at 17-Jan-13 23:25pm
shiny13 at 17-Jan-13 23:26pm
Thanks :D
Marcus Kramer at 2-Feb-13 11:22am
Pluralsight is a commericial site with no free services. That amounts to spam. I also think you know that because whenever you post a reference to that site, you give the url, but never a link, while with non-spam stuff you provide the full link.

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