Developing .NET Core Applications with DynamoDB on AWS

This course, Developing .NET Core Applications with DynamoDB on AWS, will teach C# developers how to create an ASP.NET Core web application that interacts with Amazon Web Services (AWS) DynamoDB.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Dec 5, 2018
Duration
3h 3m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Introduction to AWS
Creating a Data Model and Table with DynamoDB
Setting up Your ASP.NET Core Web Application
Working with Items in DynamoDB Using the Object Persistence Model
Working with Items in DynamoDB Using the Document Model
Working with Items in DynamoDB Using the Low Level Model
Creating a Test Framework for DynamoDB
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Dec 5, 2018
Duration
3h 3m
Description

At the core of building web applications that interact with Amazon Web Services (AWS) DynamoDB is a thorough knowledge of ASP.NET Core and the AWS SDK for .NET. In this course, Developing .NET Core Applications with DynamoDB on AWS, you will learn how to create an ASP.NET Core application that interacts with DynamoDB using the AWS SDK for .NET. First, you will learn how to setup and create a DynamoDB table in the AWS Management Console. Next, you will explore each of the DynamoDB models that are available for you to use to interact with DynamoDB from within your .NET Core application. Finally, you will discover how to create an integration test framework that will test each of the application endpoints. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of how to create a .NET Core application, use all three DynamoDB models using the AWS SDK for .NET, and set up an integration test framework that will help you as you move forward to creating your own .NET Core applications that interact with DynamoDB on AWS, whether personal or commercial.

About the author
About the author

Daniel is a .NET Developer and Graduate Team Lead living in New Zealand and working at Xero. His focus recently has been on .NET Core and Cloud Platforms. He enjoys helping others and passing on information through running Coding Bootcamps, a YouTube channel where he creates how-to tutorials, and he also blogs regularly.