JavaScript for .NET Developers

JavaScript for .NET Developers

English | 29 July 2016 | ISBN: 1785886460 | 390 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 25.77 MB

Key Features

Boost your skillset and start bringing JavaScript into your web development projects
Leverage your existing ASP.NET knowledge to develop dynamic and responsive SPAs
Learn effective design patterns for sustainable, and scalable web development
Book Description

If you want to improve responsiveness or the UX in your ASP.NET applications, JavaScript can be a life saver. In an age where server-side operations have shifted to the client, being able to handle JavaScript with confidence and fluency is vital for ASP.NET developers. There's no point trying to fight it, so start learning with this book. Make sure your projects exceed user expectations.

Begin by getting stuck into the basics of JavaScript, and explore the language in the context of ASP.NET Core. You'll then find out how to put the principles into practice, as you learn how to develop a basic ASP.NET application using Angular 2 and TypeScript. You'll also develop essential skills required to develop responsive apps, with a little help from AJAX, ensuring that you're building projects that can be easily accessed across different devices.

With guidance on Node.js and some neat techniques to test and debug a range of JavaScript libraries in Visual Studio, you'll soon be well on your way to combining JavaScript with ASP.NET in a way that's capable of meeting the challenges of modern web development head-on.

What you will learn

Get to grips with the basic to advanced concepts of JavaScript
Learn how to use JavaScript on server side using Node.js
Develop web applications in ASP.NET using JavaScript
Get to know with industry-wide best practices and design patterns that provide maintainability and scalability
Build an ASP.NET application using Angular 2 with TypeScript and Web API
Explore WinJS and see how to use mobile capabilities from web applications
Use JavaScript to develop scalable ASP.NET applications
See how to test and debug JavaScript

About the Author

Ovais Mehboob Ahmed Khan is a seasoned programmer and solution architect with more than 13 years of software development experience. He has worked in different organizations across Pakistan, the USA, and the Middle East. Currently, he is working for a government entity based in Dubai, and also provides consultancy services to a Microsoft gold partner firm based in New Jersey.

He is a Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and Development Technologies and specializes mainly in Microsoft .NET and web development. He has authored numerous technical articles on different websites such as MSDN, TechNet, DZone, and personal blog at

He is an active speaker and group leader of Microsoft Developers UAE Meetup, Microsoft Technology Practices, and Developers and Enterprise Practices user groups, and has presented various technical sessions in different events and conferences.

In short, Ovais is a passionate developer who is always interested in learning new technologies. He can be reached at and on Twitter, @ovaismehboob.

Table of Contents

JavaScript for Modern Web Applications
Advanced JavaScript Concepts
Using jQuery in ASP.NET
Ajax Techniques
Developing an ASP.NET Application Using Angular 2 and Web API
Exploring the WinJS Library
JavaScript Design Patterns
Node.js for ASP.NET Developers
Using JavaScript for Large-Scale Projects
Testing and Debugging JavaScript


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