Learn How To Build Cross Platform Web Apps in ASP.NET Core Utilizing MVC 6, C#, Web Api, Angular 4 & Entity Framework
What Will I Learn?
ASP NET Core (ASP.NET 5),MVC 6,C#,Angular4 & EF Crash Course
- Create ASP.NET Core Web Apps on Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX
- Learn about the new modular HTTP request pipeline in ASP.NET Core
- Examine and Implement all of the new features of MVC 6
- Comprehend Object-Oriented Programming Concepts with C#
- Manage Client-Side Packages with Bower, Grunt, and Gulp Libraries
- Develop and consume an API Service in ASP.NET Core WEB API
- Build Entity Framework Code First Data Access Techniques
- Implement AngularJs 4 with TypeScript within our ASP.NET Core Application
- Consume web API services with AngularJs 4 data binding techniques
- Learn How to Target Multiple Platforms with the .NET Core CLI
- A computer with Windows, Linux, or Mac OSX Operating System Installed
- Visual Studio Code (Free. Used for Mac OSX or Linux OS. I will demonstrate the installation process)
- Visual Studio 2017 (Free. Used for Windows OS. I will demonstrate the installation process)
- Desire to learn
- Commitment to the course
Have you ever wanted to learn how to develop and host ASP.NET Web Applications in a cross-platform environment? Well, you have come to the right place.
In this course, I will teach you how to build ASP.NET Core(ASP.NET 5)Web Applications from the ground up. We will also examine and demonstrate all of the features of MVC 6, Entity Framework Core, Web API, AngularJS 4 & C#. After we develop our ASP.NET Core(ASP.NET 5)Web App, I will teach you how to deploy your web app to Microsoft Azure.
What is ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5)?
ASP.NET Core is an open-source and cross-platform application framework used for developing modern cloud-based web applications utilizing .NET.
Why Build Web Applications in ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5)?
The web stack for ASP.NET is based on an older legacy platform. ASP.NET has a lot of unused code in the .NET framework. This can cause performance issues in your web apps. ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) solves this issue.
ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) supports cross-platform development on Windows, Mac, and Linux. The ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) stack is open source and encourages community contributions and engagement from developers.
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