Angular: Increasing Your Productivity in Visual Studio

Visual Studio Productivity Strategy
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (51 ratings)
5,844 students
Angular: Increasing Your Productivity in Visual Studio
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (51 ratings)
5,844 students
How to integrating Angular with the ASP .Net Core framework
Passing WebAPI exception information back to the client
Opening Developer Tools Automatically
Setting TypeScript Breakpoints in Visual Studio
Multiple Angular Projects, Same Codebase
Scope to This
Performance Markers
Quicker Deployment using Visual Studio
Visual Studio File Nesting
Expand-Collapse TypeScript Regions

Requirements

  • Knowledge of Visual Studio
  • Experience with C#
  • Understanding of TypeScript
  • Exposure to Angular 2+
Description

In this video series, we will concentrate on increasing your productivity in Visual Studio. Most of these subjects are misunderstood, or not quite developed enough for a course on the Integration of the Angular and ASP.Net Core. But as a Microsoft developer, you need to know how to be the most productive using Visual Studio.

The topics, in this series, are general, and not necessarily directed to the integration of Angular. These topics will apply to any modern front-end framework when integrating with ASP.Net Core. It is important enough, and can save you time, so let’s get started uncovering these time savings features of Visual Studio and ASP.Net Core.

Who this course is for:
  • Developers who want to be more productive integrating Angular with ASP-Net Core
Curriculum
1 section • 12 lectures • 23m total length
  • Welcome
  • WebAPI Exceptions
  • Opening Developer Tools Automatically
  • Integrated Debugging TypeScript with .Net
  • Multiple Angular Projects, Same Codebase
  • Scope to This
  • Performance Markers
  • Starting without Building C#
  • Quicker Deployment using Visual Studio
  • Visual Studio File Nesting
  • Expand-Collapse TypeScript Regions
  • Invitation

Instructor
Angular and ASP.Net Core Developer
David Donovan
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 262 Reviews
  • 15,910 Students
  • 5 Courses

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