ASP.NET Core is a mature, stable platform for developing web applications and APIs. This course will teach building a web app from scratch using ASP.NET Core 3.1 or .NET 5, Visual Studio, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap 4, and Angular (v11).
Hello! My name is Shawn Wildermuth, and welcome to Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, and Angular.
Entity Framework Core
Building APIs with ASP.NET MVC
Deploying your app to the server or the cloud
In addition, you'll be building an Angular application to show you how to mix server and client-side development in ASP.NET Core.
By the end of this course, you will be able to build websites and APIs using ASP.NET Core.
Before you begin, make sure you are already familiar with C#. Exposure to Visual Studio would help too but is not required.
After this course, you'll have a very basic understanding of all the technologies used, but would benefit from moving on to more in-depth courses on Angular, API design, and web development. I hope you'll join me, and I look forward to helping you on your learning journey here at Pluralsight.
What is ASP.NET Core web application?
ASP.NET Core is a framework used by millions of developers for building web applications because it is open source, cloud-ready, lightweight, and relatively simple.
What will I be doing in this course?
Are there prerequisites to this course?
There are not any prerequesites per se, but it would help to be familiar with C# and to have a general understanding of the basic building units of a website. Some experience with Visual Studio would also be helpful.
What will be the main takeaway from this course?
You should come away with a basic foundational knowledge of all of the technologies most frequently used when building a web application, including ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Angular, and Bootstrap.
What does ASP.NET Core consist of?
Some of the technologies inside ASP.NET Core include Entity Framework Core, ASP.NET Identity (for securing pages and APIs), ASP.NET MVC (for building APIs), and a means of deploying your application.
What version is required for this course?
We will be using ASP.NET Core 3.0, Entity Framework Core 3.0, Bootstrap 4, and Angular (v8)
Shawn Wildermuth has been tinkering with computers and software since he
got a Vic-20 back in the early '80s. As a Microsoft MVP since 2002, he's
also involved with Microsoft as an ASP.NET Insider and
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Shawn Wildermuth, and welcome to my course, Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, and Angular. I'm an author, speaker, and Microsoft MVP. I'm the author of over 20 courses here at Pluralsight, and I have been writing or teaching software development for over 30 years now. ASP.NET Core has matured from its initial version 1.0. If you have already worked with ASP.NET Core, they've made it a lot easier. If you're new to ASP.NET Core, this is a great time to learn this open source framework for Microsoft. In this course, we're going to build an entire web application from soup to nuts. We'll start with a complete blank slate and end up with a small but fully functional web application. Some of the major topics that we will cover include why ASP.NET Core is the better way to build web applications, creating web pages with ASP.NET MVC, building APIs with ASP.NET MVC, securing your pages and APIs with ASP.NET Identity, and using Angular for client‑side development. By the end of this course, you'll know how to build your own applications with ASP.NET Core. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Visual Studio. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into ASP.NET Core MVC with courses on Bootstrap 3, Angular 2, and deploying apps with Docker. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn web development with the Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, and Angular course, right here at Pluralsight.