Angular and ASP.Net Core Integration
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Angular and ASP.Net Core Integration

Tips and Tricks to Integrate Angular and ASP.Net Core
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Created by David Donovan
Last updated 9/2017
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What Will I Learn?
  • How to access the Node Modules which are not in the wwwroot folder
  • How to integrate Angular with ASP. Net Core
  • The benefits of abstracting the Debug mode from the Release mode
  • How to automatically restart your application when files have changed
  • How to Bind to build events, or Git Hooks
  • Better bundling techniques that favors the returning user
  • New squashing techniques to compress your components’ HTML and CSS
  • Productivity gains by publishing and reusing your own Angular modules
  • More productivity by publishing and reusing your own Gulp files
  • How to automate versioning of your application
  • How to automate the creation of the application manifest
  • Better server-side exception handling and client-side logging
  • How to pass application settings to C#
  • How that software switches can automate the development workflow
  • Benefits to using client-side OO techniques
  • How to use performance markers for gathering timing metrics
  • A better way to organize your Gulp files
  • And, how to debug Gulp files
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  • Knowledge of Visual Studio
  • Experience with C#
  • Understanding of JavaScript
  • Exposure to Angular 2/4

There is a lot of confusion about how to integrate Angular and ASP.Net Core. A big part of the problem is a lack of resources and limited understanding of how to integrate these 2 awesome technologies, Angular on the front-end and ASP.Net Core on the back-end.

The big problem, is that the industry has always tried to simplify the solution by compartmentalizing the technologies. But knowing how to integrate technologies is the key to performance, and making an application easy to maintain. This mean you must have a good understanding of the backend technologies, the development environment, as well as the frontend technologies.

Why do you think Microsoft seems behind in the integration of Angular on the front-end? Hmm… Could it be that the newer technologies have us dropping down to the command line? Why do we need to drop down to the command line anyway? Could it be the only way to be compatible across multiple platforms? Are there Microsoft developers that like to drop down to the command line? Can I do my complete development, without dropping down to the command line? Watch this course, and I will show you how!

Who is the target audience?
  • ASP. Net Developer that would like to use Angular
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Curriculum For This Course
49 Lectures
Angular and ASP.Net Course Overview
12 Lectures 20:33

Development Requirements

Project Templates

Project Layout

Demo of Features

Block Diagram

3rd Party Libraries

Before you Begin

Coming Up Next
Overcoming Common Angular Obstacles
9 Lectures 23:01

Hooks to Create a JavaScript Release Build

Features of the JavaScript Release Build

Bundling Techniques

Application Auto Restart

Coming Up Next
Letting Gulp do the Heavy Lifting
17 Lectures 30:13

Publishing Gulp Files

Watching for Changes in Source Code

Code behind the Gulp Task

Versioning the Project

Code Separation before Bundling

Adding Angular Modules and 3rd Party Libraries

Publishing the Animation Library

Reusing the Animation Library

Squashing HTML into your Components

Debugging Gulp Tasks

Debugging a Git Hook

Creating the Application Cache Manifest

Coming Up Next
Increasing Your Productivity with Visual Studio
11 Lectures 18:30

WebAPI Exceptions

Opening Developer Tools Automatically

Software Switches

Performance Markers

Starting without Building

Concurrent Debugging

Course Conclusion
About the Instructor
David Donovan
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Angular and ASP.Net Core Developer

Over 20 years of experience with web technologies, enterprise systems, and web portal.

Expertise in developing web applications that look and perform like desktop applications and perform offline. 

Current Experience as lead developer integrating Angular and ASP.Net Core. 

Much experience in all stages of development, from design to implementation, testing to deployment 

Broad understanding of total systems, hardware, software, interface components, and system integration. 

Background in designing web services and web portals with the Microsoft .Net, Core and Azure Cloud Services. 

Most recent concentration has been the design of single page applications using Angular, C#, ASP.Net Core, and Windows Azure