Blazor + Dapper CRUD - .NET Core 3.1

Build modern data-driven Web apps with Microsoft Blazor and Dapper.
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (365 ratings)
8,565 students
Blazor + Dapper CRUD - .NET Core 3.1
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (365 ratings)
8,566 students
Use Server Side Blazor with Dapper to build modern data-driven websites.

Requirements

  • You should be familar with HTML, CSS, and at least one programming language (we'll use C# in the course).
Description

In this course you'll learn to use Microsoft's Blazor Stack Overflow's Dapper Micro-ORM to rapidly developer modern data-driven asynchronous websites. Many people prefer Dapper to Entity Framework because it's simple, lightweight, and doesn't hide the SQL code from you. The techniques you learn here should prepare you for data-driven website development for the 2020 - 2030 decade.

Who this course is for:
  • Web application developers who want to simplify coding for database CRUD operations.
Course content
5 sections • 16 lectures • 1h 47m total length
  • Getting Started
    04:15
  • Remove the Demo Code
    05:02
  • Get NuGet Packages
    02:19
  • Create a Database
    03:43
  • Connect to the Database
    07:40
  • Create a Class (model)
    03:49
  • Create a Service Class and Interface
    08:45
  • A Page to Add Data
    08:36
  • Data Validation and Defaults
    04:47
  • Using Stored Procedures
    06:33
  • A Page to List Data
    11:10
  • Minimal Deuglification
    06:14
  • Adding Code to Update the Database
    10:44
  • A Page to Edit Data
    07:27
  • A Page to Delete Data
    11:51
  • Get the Code
    04:25

Instructor
Web developer, author, educator
Alan Simpson
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 1,436 Reviews
  • 54,200 Students
  • 3 Courses

Alan Simpson is an award-winning web developer, author, and online educator. He is the author of over 100 computer books published in over a dozen languages throughout the world. Millions of satisfied readers and students throughout the world have praised him as a master communicator and outstanding tech instructor for non-techies.