ASP.NET Core introduces numerous features that web developers can put to use to build enterprise-ready, secure web applications with the new version of the platform. In this course, Building an Enterprise Application with ASP.NET Core MVC, you'll explore a fully-working web application, and will learn how you can scale it up from its current, rather basic state, to a state-of-the-art enterprise application. First, you'll discover how you can add and manage users and roles, and improve on the site's security. Next, you'll delve into how the new additions to the ASP.NET Core MVC platform such as tag helpers and view components can be put to real use. Then, you'll cover how to write tests for the different layers within the application, as a robust enterprise application requires a decent amount of unit tests to be ready. Finally, you'll learn how you can improve the developer experience using diagnostics and automated deployments to Azure. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to create real-world enterprise applications with ASP.NET Core MVC.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Gill Cleeren, and welcome to my course Building an Enterprise Application with ASP. NET Core MVC. I'm a solution architect for web and mobile projects.. NET Core is the future of the. NET framework. It's where all investment from Microsoft will go to from now on. Since its inception about 15 years ago, this is the biggest change ever made to. NET and ASP. NET. If you're interested in learning how a real life line of business enterprise application can be created with this new version of ASP. NET Core MVC, this course will be your best friend. You'll get to see from a practical perspective how the common concepts, such as security, logging, caching, testing, and much more are implemented in a real life and fully working application. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include security and identity in ASP. NET Core MVC, testing your code with unit tests, adding logging to your ASP. NET Core MVC pages, improving the site's performance using caching, and continuous delivery and integration with VSTS. By the end of this course, you'll know how a real life enterprise application can be built with ASP. NET Core MVC. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar, however, with the basics of ASP. NET Core MVC. I hope you will join me on this journey to master ASP. NET Core MVC with the Building and Enterprise Application with ASP. NET Core MVC course here at Pluralsight.