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The ASP.NET content maps are lists of resources that we have reviewed and recommend. The content maps have been popular in their present form, but we’re looking at ways to improve them, such as by publishing more lists but with a narrower focus to each one, by providing more information for each link, and by formatting them differently. Here are links to the existing content maps and three pages that show new approaches we’re considering:
We’re calling the new lists “curated views.” Curated in the sense that, although anyone can suggest or submit links to add to the list, someone at Microsoft will be responsible for creating and maintaining them. Views in the sense that they present information about resources that can help with a particular question or topic.
Please tell us what you think of the new curated views compared to the existing content maps, or offer suggestions for other information or formats you’d like to see. You can leave comments on this post, or on the new web pages themselves, or send us an email.
We are interested in any feedback you have, but here are some specific questions to think about:
I'm using Firefox 21.0 Beta. The table of contents links in ASP.NET Data Access Content Map don't work for me. I click on them and nothing happens. They do work in ASP.NET Deployment Content Map
Thanks for letting me know -- Looks like a recent update somehow stripped out all the internal anchors in that page. I'll put them back ASAP.