ASP NET Core (ASP.NET 5),MVC 6,C#,Angular2 & EF Crash Course

Learn How To Build Cross Platform Web Apps in ASP.NET Core Utilizing MVC 6, C#, Web Api, Angular 2.0 & Entity Framework
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

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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.

ASP.NET Core (Formerly known as ASP.NET 5) is the new way to develop Cross Platform web applications in ASP.NET and C#. 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 2.0 & 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 a older legacy platform. ASP.NET has a lot of the unused code in the .NET framework. Since ASP.NET 1.0 (Over 15 years old), there's a lot of legacy code that has to load even when it is not being utilized in your web projects. This can cause performance issues in your web apps. ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) solves this issue.

ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) is built with the needs of modern Web applications in mind. ASP.NET Core (ASP.NET 5) is built to be cloud-ready by introducing environment-based configuration and by providing built-in dependency injection support.

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.

What are the requirements?

  • 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 2015 (Free. Used for Windows OS. I will demonstrate the installation process)
  • Desire to learn
  • Commitment to the course

What am I going to get from this 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 2.0 with TypeScript within our ASP.NET Core Application
  • Consume web api services with AngularJs 2.0 data binding techniques
  • Learn How to Target Multiple Platforms with the .NET Core CLI

What is the target audience?

  • Basic knowledge of ASP.NET and C# is preferred but not required
  • Anyone who is interested in learning ASP.NET Core, C#, Entity Framework, Web API, and MVC 6
  • Some familiarity with AngularJs but not required

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Curriculum

Section 1: Course Introduction
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06:32

In this lecture, we will examine the fundamental concepts of ASP.NET Core. We will discuss why Microsoft reworked and reinvented the ASP.NET Framework.

02:27

In this lecture, we will summarize what we learned about ASP.NET Core. We will discuss what we are going to learn in subsequent lectures.

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Section 2: Software Installation - Visual Studio 2015, VS Code, Node.JS, & ASP.NET Core
01:44

In this lecture, I will explain what the learning objectives for this software installation section.

06:11

In this lecture, I will demo the installation of Visual Studio 2015 and ASP.NET Core for Windows. This is the updated lecture for 1.0 .Net Core.

05:12

In this lecture, We will install Yeoman, Node.js & the ASP.NET Core generator for Windows. Typically you will use Visual Studio on Windows, but Yeoman is an option for you as well.

03:56

In this lecture, I will demonstrate the installation of ASP.NET Core on Linux OS.

05:49

In this lecture, We will install Yeoman, Node.js & the ASP.NET Core generator for Linux.

03:06

In this lecture, I will demonstrate the installation of ASP.NET Core on Mac OSX.

02:59

In this lecture, We will install Yeoman, Node.js & the ASP.NET Core generator for Mac OSX.

01:31

In this lecture, we will summarize what we learned about Installing ASP.NET Core, Node.js, Visual Studio 2015 & Visual Studio Code. We will discuss what we are going to learn in subsequent lectures.

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Section 3: Create & Examine Our First ASP.NET Core 1.0 Web & Console App
01:42

In this lecture, I will explain the learning objectives for this section. We will create and examine our first Asp.Net Core Web Application on Windows, Mac OSX  & Linux.

04:27

In this lecture, we will create our first ASP.NET Core Console Application via command line utilizing the .Net CLI commands.

04:18

In this lecture, We will  create our first Scaffold ASP.NET Core Web Application in Visual Studio 2015.

05:27

In this lecture, we will create our first ASP.NET Web Application in Visual Studio Code on Mac OSX utilizing Yeoman's ASP.NET Core generator in Node.js. We will also create our First Console App utilizing the new .Net Cli.

04:34

In this lecture, we will create our first ASP.NET Web Application in Visual Studio Code on Linux utilizing Yeoman's ASP.NET Core generator in Node.js. We will also create our First Console App utilizing the new .Net Cli.

04:34

In this lecture, we will compare and contrast concepts related to an ASP.NET Full Framework App vs an ASP.NET Core App.

10:02

In this lecture, I will demo the similarities and differences related to an ASP.NET Full Framework App project structure vs an ASP.NET Core App project structure.

06:33

In this lecture, we will examine the Project.json,Global.json & the Appsettings.json files in our ASP.NET Core Web Application.

05:38

In this lecture, we will examine the Startup.cs file in our ASP.NET Core Web Application. We will examine the startup, configure services, & the configure method on the Startup.cs file.

10:52

In this lecture, we will install and examine the client side package managers Bower and Gulp. Client side package (Bower & Gulp) management in ASP.NET core is separated from Server side package management (Nuget).

05:09

In this lecture, we will examine the bundleconfig.json file in Asp.Net Core. The bundleconfig.json file manages the bundling and minification of javascript and css file.

06:51

In this lecture, we will examine and configure static file rendering in our wwwroot folder. We will also examine the file structure associated with our scaffolded MVC 6 controllers and views. 

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Here is a downloadable document related to installing the new .NET Core CLI & the software installation guide for Node.js, Yeoman & the Asp.Net Core App Generator. This guide covers Windows, Mac OSX & Linux.

01:56

In this lecture, we will summarize what we learned about creating our first ASP.NET Core in Visual Studio 2015 & Visual Studio Code on Mac OSX, Linux & Windows. We also examined the differences between a full framework app vs an ASP.NET Core app and the file structure of an ASP.NET Core App.

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Section 4: Create Course Project & C# Refresher + C# 6.0 New Features
01:13

In this lecture, I will explain the learning objectives for this section. We will create an Empty ASP.NET Core Web Application and build all of the client side and server dependencies from the ground up. We will then delve into C#. Finally will demo some of the great features of C# 6.0.

10:26

In this lecture, We will create our ASP.NET Core course web app project and configure the project.json file from scratch. We will start from an empty web app & build it from the ground up.

12:31

In this lecture, we will configure our ASP.NET Core Startup.cs file for our course project web application. We will create a startup constructor and configure and inject our services into our web app.

03:11

In this lecture, We will create our ASP.NET Core appsettings.json configuration file for our course project web application.

05:49

In this lecture, We will setup the Model View Controller folder structure in our ASP.NET Core Web Application.

03:26

In this lecture, we will configure our launchsettings.json file for our ASP.NET Core web application. We will create our debug profiles associated with IIS Express and the web command profile.

08:14

In this lecture, we will create our client side package manager files (Bower & Gulp). Client side package (Bower & Gulp) management in ASP.NET core is separated from Server side package management (Nuget). We will also configure the package.json file related to managing our NPM modules.

03:54

In this lecture, We will examine Object-Oriented programming concepts in C# & C# 6.0. This lecture will lead into the next couple of lectures around C# features & C# 6.0 new features.

05:45

In this lecture, We will create our first C# class and create an object instance of our class in our new Csharp Controller.

05:39

In this lecture, We will examine C# namespaces, data types & variable declarations in out first class file. We will declare our model namespace & implement different variable data types in our FirstClass class file.

08:41

In this lecture, We will examine C# properties & constructor declarations in out first class file. We will declare properties in FirstClass class file and with the help of Dependency Injection, we will inject our object into our Csharp Controller class and initialize our properties.

09:25

In this lecture, We will examine C# methods in out first class file. We will declare our return and void methods in our FirstClass class file and with the help of Dependency Injection, we will inject our objects into our Csharp Controller class and implement our methods in our Index view.

04:31

In this lecture, We will examine C# access modifiers. We will discuss the main concepts related to public, private, protected, internal & protected internal access modifiers in our PowerPoint presentation.

06:04

In this lecture, We will examine C# Arrays. We will demonstrate a for each loop associated with our string array data type.

07:53

In this lecture, We will examine C# interfaces. We will discuss & demo the conceptual architecture around creating Interfaces. We will then implement inheritance from an interface and create an instance of our class in our CSharp Controller Index Method.

16:03

In this lecture, We will examine C# Conditional Branching & Conditional Looping statements. We will demonstate If and switch statements. We will also examine For Loops,While loops,Do...While Loops & Foreach Loops.

03:20

In this lecture, We will examine the history of C# & the Asp.Net Framework. This PowerPoint lecture will lead into the next couple of lectures around the new C# 6.0 features.

05:13

In this lecture, We will implement C# 6.0 Static Classes and Methods. We will demo the using Static statements Improvements in C# 6.0.

04:56

In this lecture, We will implement the new C# 6.0 String Interpolation feature. C# 6.0 String Interpolation is a way to concatenate two or more strings together.

03:46

In this lecture, We will implement the new C# 6.0 Auto-property initialization feature. Instead of initializing properties through a class constructor, C# 6.0 allows property initialization when declared inline.

03:48

In this lecture, We will examine the new C# 6.0 null conditional operator syntax. 

02:25

In this lecture, We will examine the new C# 6.0 feature associated with implementing asynchronous tasks in our try\catch\finally block. Before C# 6.0, we could not implement await tasks in our try\catch blocks. Now we can!!

07:18

In this lecture, We will examine the new C# 6.0 features of Expression bodied methods and properties. We can now implement lambda expressions within our properties and methods in C#.

02:41

In this lecture, I will summarize the learning objectives for this section. We created an Empty ASP.NET Core Web Application and built all of the client side and server dependencies from the ground up. We delved into C# & demoed some of the great new features of C# 6.0.

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Section 5: MVC & MVC 6 Features & RC2 to 1.0 Migration
02:02

In this lecture, I will explain the learning objectives for this section. In this section, We will examine all of the great features of MVC & the new features of MVC 6. We will configure MVC in our project and implement all of the functionality of MVC in our ASP.NET Core Web Application.

06:14

In this lecture, We will examine MVC concepts in ASP.NET Core. This lecture will lead into the next set of lectures associated with different MVC & MVC 6 Components.

07:20

In this lecture, We will configure,setup & review the Model View Controller folder structure in our ASP.NET Core Web Application. We examine how MVC is implemented through Dependency Injection via the Startup.cs file.

05:02

In this lecture, We will examine conventional routing in MVC by implementing a private method in our Startup.cs file. We will also examine the built in method associated with the IApplicationBuilder interface for default routing.

05:06

In this lecture, We will examine attribute based routing in MVC by implementing route attributes on our HomeController.cs file. We will also examine attribute routing on the different methods of our HomeController.

06:14

In this lecture, We will examine the different Action Result return types in our MVC  HomeController.cs file. We will demonstrate the ContentResult, ObjectResult & JsonResult Action Result return in our MVC HomeController.cs file Controller Method.

06:07

In this lecture, We will render and create a view associated with a method on our Home Controller. We will pass model data to our view from our FirstView Method & bind the data related to the properties of the MyData.cs file.

04:40

In this lecture, We will render model data to a view associated with a method on our Home Controller. We will pass List model data associated with an IEnumerable Type to our view from our FirstView Method & bind the data related to the properties of the MyData.cs file.

02:31

In this lecture, We will examine MVC Model concepts in ASP.NET Core. This lecture will lead into the next set of lectures associated with Models,ViewModels & more.

05:12

In this lecture, We will examine MVC ViewModels in ASP.NET Core. We will demonstrate how to loop through Model data associated with a ViewModel Property IEnumerable Type.

07:21

In this lecture, We will examine MVC Data Annotations in ASP.NET Core MVC. We will demonstrate how data annotations enforce model validation. We will build a LoginViewModel Class associated with our validation model.

10:39

In this lecture, We will examine in Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core. We will demonstrate how to inject services in our Startup.cs file configureservices method. We will examine the different Service Lifetimes & Registration Options.

02:12

In this lecture, We will examine MVC View concepts in ASP.NET Core. This lecture will lead into the next set of lectures associated with Layout Views, View Components & more.

07:15

In this lecture, We will create our Layout.cshtml file in our ASP.NET Core Web App. We will demonstrate how to create a common layout that is consistent across all of pages and inherit from this layout.

03:52

In this lecture, We will create our _ViewStart.cshtml file in our ASP.NET Core Web App. The _ViewStart.cshtml file will render code before each view. You will associate your main layout view path for your project in the _ViewStart.cshtml file.

03:38

In this lecture, We will create our _ViewImports.cshtml file in our ASP.NET Core Web App. The _ViewImports.cshtml file allows you to incorporate & utilize namespaces for each of your views in one place of your application.

05:46

In this lecture, We will examine Taghelpers in our ASP.NET Core Web App. We will compare HTML Helpers to the new ASP.NET Core MVC Taghelpers.

04:48

In this lecture we will discuss how to update from ASP.NET Core RC2 to ASP.NET Core 1.0. This is latest version of .NET Core. In future lectures we will compare our RC2 App to our new .Net Core 1.0 App.

05:42

In this lecture we will discuss the differences between ASP.NET Core RC2 to ASP.NET Core 1.0. In this lecture, we will compare our RC2 App to our new .Net Core 1.0 App.

10:12

In this lecture, We will examine partial views in our ASP.NET Core Web App. A partial view is a view that is rendered within another view. Partial views are an effective way of breaking up large views into smaller components.

12:48

In this lecture, We will examine View Components in our ASP.NET Core Web App. View components are similar to partial views, but they are much more powerful. View components don’t use model binding, and only depend on the data you provide when calling into it

09:15

In this lecture, we will build our login layout for our course app. I will separate the demo app from our course app project. The demo app will contain all of the source code for the lecture demos and the course app will contain source code from our Build our app lectures.

08:26

In this lecture, we will build our logged in layout for our course app. I will separate the demo app from our course app project. The demo app will contain all of the source code for the lecture demos and the course app will contain source code from our Build our app lectures.

13:07

In this lecture, we will build our login form for our course app. Our Login Form will reside in a View Component & it will utilize a view model class for its properties and data types. We will build our view to incorporate the new razor tag syntax.

06:30

In this lecture, we will demonstrate a form redirect to our login page if our model state is valid from our view component. I will demonstrate client side validation for our form utilizing the new MVC 6 Tag Helpers.

02:04

In this lecture, I will summarize the learning objectives for this section. We examined all of the features of MVC & MVC 6. We also migrated our RC2 app to the newest version of .NET Core.

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Section 6: Learn Entity Framework Core & Build Restful Api Services on Windows & Mac OSX
02:11

In this lecture, I will explain the learning objectives for this section. In this section, We will examine all of the great features of Entity Framework Core & build our DB Context on Mac OSX & Windows. We will configure our context on Windows utilizing SQL Server & Mac OSX, we will use SQlite.

04:53

In this lecture, We will examine Entity Framework Core concepts in ASP.NET Core. This lecture will lead into the next set of lectures associated with implementing our Database Context with our course section app and project app.

04:27

In this lecture, We will install the Entity Framework Core Sql Server & Command Tooling Packages in our Project.Json file. 

05:36

In this lecture, We will inject our DBContext into our ConfigureServices method into our Startup.cs file. This how we will implement Dependency Injection for our Database Context.

06:58

In this lecture, We will create our class entities related to our person and address class files. In the next lectures, we will create our dbcontext and seed data associated with our migration process.

04:27

In this lecture, We will create our DbContext associated with our person and address entity class files. We will also inject our DbContext class type in our Configure Services Method of our Startup.cs file.

10:41

In this lecture, We will create our first EF Migration associated with our DbContext in Visual Studio 2015. We will also seed data to our localdb via seed class we create in our project.

06:41

In this lecture, We will examine all of the different EF Core Commands via the .NET Core CLI. We will create a migration via Windows PowerShell.

08:04

In this lecture, We will examine all of the different EF Core Include & Exclude Types, Data Annotations & Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

04:42

In this lecture, We will examine Single & Composite Keys in EF Core. We will examine how to implement keys via Data Annotations & a Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

04:43

In this lecture, We will examine the required and max length attributes in EF Core. We will examine how to implement these attributes via Data Annotations & an Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

05:37

In this lecture, We will examine Auto Generated Property Attributes in EF Core. We will examine how to implement these attributes via Data Annotations & an Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

05:38

In this lecture, We will examine Concurrency Tokens in EF Core. We will examine how to implement these attributes via Data Annotations & an Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

04:46

In this lecture, We will examine Indexes in EF Core. We will examine how to implement indexes via a Fluent Api call on the override Model Creating Method of our DbContext.

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