Blazor WebAssembly Full Stack Bootcamp with .NET 5
What you'll learn
- Build a complete web application with Blazor WebAssembly, Web API, Entity Framework and a SQL Server database
- Razor components: Communication, data binding, event handling, the @code block & more
- Forms in Blazor WebAssembly with Validation & displaying validation messages
- Utilize built-in forms components like InputText, InputCheckbox, InputSelect & more
- Authentication & authorization with the AuthenticationStateProvider & the AuthorizeView component
- Authentication with JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
- Use Web API as web service with the HTTP request methods GET, POST, PUT & DELETE by utilizing the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern
- Use Entity Framework with code-first migrations to store your data in a SQL Server database
- Publish & Deploy to a Windows Server with IIS (Internet Information Services)
- ...and much more!
- Basic web development knowledge with C# & HTML is preferable
Blazor WebAssembly is turning the web development world upside down.
With Blazor you can keep coding every part of your web application - meaning front end and back end - with the programming language and the framework you love - C# and .NET.
We will dive right into the code by first having a look at the standard example project of Blazor WebAssembly and then we already build the main project of this course, which is a classic online browser game, where users can create an army of fighters and send them into battle against other users.
Together with some customization options and climbing the leaderboard, this application will teach you how to use Blazor WebAssembly with Razor components in a playful way.
We will have a look at data- and event binding, communication between components, forms with their built-in components and validation options, how to use views only authorized users can see, how to make calls to a web service, and much more.
Additionally, you will learn how to build the back end of the browser game with a Web API and Entity Framework to store all the data in a SQL Server database.
By the end of this course, you will have what it takes to call yourself a full stack Blazor web developer.
With your new skills, you are ready to conquer any upcoming .NET web development project you want to build yourself or any project that is requested by a recruiter.
The only tools you need are Visual Studio, Postman, SQL Server, and a browser like Chrome or Firefox.
Everything is available for free and also cross-platform! So you can follow this course on Windows and macOS.
What You Will Learn
Introduction & Jumpstart
Create an ASP.NET Core hosted Blazor WebAssembly project
Examine the example project
Explore different ways to run your web application
Debug client & server code at the same time
Initialize a Git repository for your source control
Blazor WebAssembly Fundamentals
Create Razor components
Write C# code and HTML in the same file
The @code block
Component communication with parameters, event callbacks & services
Data binding & event handling
Add pages to your Blazor WebAssembly application
Routing & navigation in a Blazor app
Create and use models within your web application
Loops & more in Razor components
User feedback with toaster messages for errors & more
Manage NuGet Packages
Forms & Authentication
Create forms with validations
Use all built-in forms components like InputText, InputCheckbox, InputSelect & more
Build login & registration forms
Display validation errors
Utilize models with forms
Add the NavigationManager to navigate the user in your app
Utilize the AuthenticationStateProvider
Expose the AuthenticationState
Use the AuthorizeView component
Page restriction with the [Authorize] attribute
Use the LocalStorage for authentication
Web API & Entity Framework
The Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern
Create models and controllers
Use the same models for the server and the client
Attribute routing (with parameters)
The HTTP request methods GET, POST, PUT & DELETE
How to use a DataContext and a proper ConnectionString
All previous HTTP requests with Entity Framework to save your data in a SQL Server database
Inspect your database with the SQL Server Management Studio
Authentication with JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
Create & verify JSON Web Tokens
Use the Repository pattern
Add & read claims
Secure controllers with the Authorize attribute
Use the JWT in the AuthenticationStateProvider of Blazor WebAssembly
Advanced Blazor WebAssembly, Web API & Entity Framework Implementations
Add relations to your database
Use LINQ functions to Select, Order & Include entities
Complete the game logic: Grow your army, fight battles, climb the leaderboard
Publish & Deploy your Web Application
Deploy your web application on a Windows Server with IIS (Internet Information Services)
User the Web Deploy feature of IIS to publish and deploy your app with Visual Studio
My name is Patrick and I will be your instructor in this course. I’m a web developer for over a decade now, I have worked for big corporations and small teams, as an employee and a contractor and I just love to see the way Microsoft is going with .NET & Blazor and how important these technologies get day by day.
To this date, I was able to run seven courses on web development here on Udemy about .NET (Core), Blazor, single-page applications, Angular and DevOps - with a total of over 55.000 unique students and over 6.000 reviews.
If you have any questions, feel free to connect.
And if you still have any doubts, you have a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked.
Are you ready to take the next step in web development?
I’m looking forward to seeing you in the course!
Course image: vector illustration/Shutterstock
Who this course is for:
- Everyone who wants to make the next big step in web development with Blazor & .NET
- Students who want to improve their skills in order to have better chances for career advancement
Writing code is what drives me. Creating software out of nothing is a skill I truly am passionate about and I want to share this astonishing feeling of making stuff with you.
I started to learn several programming languages as a teenager and always wanted to create software ever since I first played a game on a Commodore 64. During my bachelor and master studies, I joined various companies, made desktop and web applications as well as video games professionally and was always anxious to improve my craft, which I have been doing for more than 15 years now.
For me, the most important part of writing and teaching code is to have fun. If certain ways work for you and the results are maintainable and you have fun with your results, you're doing it the right way. I don't care if you always use your keyboard or switch to the mouse from time to time, so-called best practices are not always best or practical, I want to teach you to develop software in a way it works in the industry, a way it works for you and in a way that makes you happy.