Advanced ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor Pages
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- Learn structure of ASP NET Core 3.1 with Razor Pages
- Build applications using ASP NET Core 3.1 with Razor Pages
- Repository Pattern used in professional world
- N-Tier architecture used in professional world
- Payment's and Refund using Stripe
- Interact with Razor class library for Identity
- Integrate Entity Framework along with code first migrations
- Learn advance topics of ASP NET Core with Razor Pages
- Sessions in ASP NET Core 3.1
- Authentication and Authorization in ASP NET Core 3.1
- Data Seeding
- Datatables use with API's
- Stored Procedure Calls with Dapper
- Integrate Identity Framework and learn how to add more fields to Users
- 3-6 months knowledge of C#
- Basic knowledge of ASP NET Core Razor Pages
- Visual Studio 2019
- SQL Server Management Studio
Repository Pattern? Yep.
N-Tier Architecture? Covered!
Credit Card Payments? You got it!
Data-Seeding and Deployment to Azure? It's here!
If you're looking to learn Repository Pattern, N-Tier architecture in record time with ASP.NET Core 3.1 you're in the right place! You'll find absolutely no filler content here, only direct, accurate, and concise explanations of exactly how to build professional ASP.NET Core applications.
This is an Intermediate to Advance level course on ASP.NET Core 3 that will take you from basics all the way to advance mode. This course is for anyone who is familiar with ASP.NET Core basics and wants to know how to architect and code real-world applications in ASP.NET Core 3.0.
What are the requirements?
Basic knowledge of ASP.NET Core Razor Pages
6 months knowledge of c#
Visual Studio 2019
SQL Server Management Studio
What am I going to get from this course?
Learn the structure of ASP NET Core 3.1 Project
Learn basic security of ASP NET Core 3.1
Build applications using ASP NET Core 3.1 using Razor Pages
Stripe Payments and Refunds
Integrate Identity Framework and learn how to add more fields to Users
Integrate Entity Framework along with code first migrations
Authentication and Authorization in ASP.NET Core 3.1
Sessions in ASP.NET Core 3.1
Data Seeding and deployment to Azure
Stored Procedure calls using Dapper
What is the target audience?
Anyone who wants to learn asp.net core 3.1
Anyone who wants to learn latest changes with Microsoft newest framework
- Anyone who wants to learn ASP NET MVC Core 3.1 - Advance concepts
- Anyone who wants to learn most latest changes with Microsoft newest framework
- Anyone who wants to know how to architect professional websites
Microsoft has changed few things with Identity vs DefaultIdentity which we updated in startup.cs a while ago.
Because of which the default paths to login/logout and access denied fails.
If in the next video you face this error all you have to do is add the following cookies to set the paths.
Insisde Startup.cs -> ConfigureServices
Add the following code at end.
options.LoginPath = $"/Identity/Account/Login";
options.LogoutPath = $"/Identity/Account/Logout";
options.AccessDeniedPath = $"/Identity/Account/AccessDenied";
They have explained it in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/security/authentication/scaffold-identity?view=aspnetcore-3.0&tabs=visual-studio#create-full-identity-ui-source