- Paperback: 210 pages
- Publisher: BPB Publications; First edition (10 July 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8183335969
- ISBN-13: 978-8183335966
- Package Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.2 x 0.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,00,529 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Building Single Page App Using Asp.Net Core With Enity Framework Core and Angular Js Paperback – 10 Jul 2016
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Rahul Sahay is a Microsoft MVP , has been working in various aspects of the software development life cycle since 8+ years, focusing on Microsoft & Google technology-specific development. He has been part of the development in different applications, ranging from client applications to web services to websites.
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I'm currently reading this book and must say that I'm quite disappointed regarding the quality of this book.
First of all the author is not explaining things properly. He has included many things into the book like Unit of Work pattern, Repository pattern, Factory pattern etc. which is all good, but these are not explained properly. I can't tell whether the author is being lazy or just doesn't understand the importance of being thorough. Furthermore he is using significant large pieces of code that is not demonstrated in the book and hence not explained at all which I find completely unacceptable.
I'm feeling left behind with to many unexplained code and design choices.
Furthermore when trying to download the code from the authors github profile I find many repos dealing with this book, hence its not easy to see which repo is the correct one. Having found the correct repo I noticed that its been 3 years since that repo was last changed. I get the feeling that the author is not responsible regarding the maintenance of the correct repo or cleaning up in his github account.
Another frustrating thing is that the book is not using Entity Framework Core, rather its using EF6. It would have been appropriate to use EF Core since the book is already dealing with ASP.NET Core.
Unfortunately I feel hesitant to recommend this book, the author seems to inexperienced regarding how to write a book and kind of "irresponsible". There are just to many things that needs to be explained properly. It seems like the author has just chosen to put as many "technologies" into the book as possible without putting in the effort or taking the responsibility to explain and handle them properly.
At last having mailed him and talked to him through mail I get my feelings confirmed that this author needs to work on being more responsible or professional.