Below is the final cover for the book. Because of the heavy emphasis on complementary tools for ASP.NET MVC, we’ve added a subtitle, “with MvcContrib, NHibernate, and more”. MvcContrib is sprinkled throughout the book because we as an author team feel that MvcContrib is essential for its extra features. It stays out of the way, but it is extremely useful to not have to write common extensions yourself.
I want to thank Phil Haack for coming through with a great Foreword for the book. Thanks as well for the great framework that deserves this book. Thanks to my two great co-authors, Ben Scheirman and Jimmy Bogard. Also thanks to Jeremy Skinner who was a terrific technical editor.
We’re already starting plans for the 2nd edition that will cover ASP.NET MVC 2 (to be shipped with Visual Studio 2010).
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