ASP.NET Core 2 brings many new features to the table, allowing developers to more easily build apps with ASP.NET Core MVC. In this course, Building Your First ASP.NET Core 2 MVC Application, you will learn how to build a simple site in a hands-on way using ASP.NET Core 2.2. First, you will delve into the project structure and project files, including the new csproj project file. Then, you will see how to build a page using the MVC pattern. Next, you will explore how a page is built up with the model, the controller, and the view. Finally, you’ll see where Razor comes into play and add a basic database using Entity Framework Core 2.2. At the end of this course, you will be ready to explore the different topics of ASP.NET Core 2 MVC in much more depth!
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Gill Cleeren, and welcome to my course, Building your First ASP.NET Core 2 MVC Application. I'm the CTO of Xpirit Belgium, and I focus on mobile and web architecture. In 2016, Microsoft launched ASP.NET Core MVC as the future of .NET and ASP.NET. About a year later in 2017, ASP.NET Core 2 MVC, the next version was released. Microsoft has extended the platform already quite a lot. It's now 2019, and we're now at ASP.NET Core 2.2 and a lot of new cool features have already been added to the platform. This course is aimed at giving you a hands-on way to learn about ASP.NET Core 2 MVC, it's fully updated to support ASP.NET Core 2.2 and the latest version of Visual Studio as well, but don't worry, you'll be able to follow along with earlier versions as well. You'll build together with me a full application in Visual Studio, you'll see how to apply the MVC pattern, build views, work with the database, and much more. Some of the major topics that we will cover include building a fully working application starting from File, New Project, learn about the new features in ASP.NET Core 2 such as stack helpers, access data in a database using Entity Framework Core 2.2, include ASP.NET identity to allow users to authenticate to the site. By the end of this course, you'll know how you can build a full real-world application using ASP.NET Core 2 MVC. Before beginning this course, you should, however, be familiar with some C# and HTML. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn ASP.NET Core MVC with The Building of First ASP.NET Core 2 MVC Application with Visual Studio 2017 course here, on Pluralsight.