ASP.NET Core MVC, Quick and Practical
- Previous experience of developing web applications
- C# programming language
ASP.NET Core MVC is a lightweight, fast and cross-platform framework for building web and cloud applications, built on top of .NET Core framework.
This course is a quick and practical way to learn ASP.NET Core MVC and it aimed to help you start developing your real-world applications in this framework.
By the end of the course you will know how modern web applications are designed and, you have a practical source code with a custom user-management system and authentication to kick start your project.
This course has a progressive approach. It is started by explaining MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern and showing how it is implemented in .NET Core and then step by step we will move forward and complete our application while I explain the concepts in a simple language.
During this course besides the primary concepts we will easily learn:
- Why and how to use services and dependency-injection.
- How to use configuration files.
- How to use Entity Framework Core to access and use a currently existing database.
- And why we should implement our own custom authentication system and how to do it.
- Web Developers
- About this course
- MVC explained in a one-shot
- Getting and using the source code
- Creating a new project
- Controllers - part 1
- Controllers - part 2
- Layouts - part 1
- Layouts - part 2
- Inside the default layout
- Passing data to view
- Razor syntax
- Using forms with models
- Form validation
- Handling the valid data
- Services and Dependency Injection
- Configuration files
- What is object-relational mapper?
- Creating models from tables
- A bit cryptography
- User management controller - part 1
- User management controller - part 2
Sep is an experienced software developer and architect, developed different range of applications for educational organizations and universities and has been working in software development industry for more than 17 years.
While he is an exceptionally good back-end developer, his outstanding knowledge of front-end development, helps him to technically lead development teams.