Building Applications with ASP.NET MVC 4

This course is a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET MVC 4, and will give you the essentials you need to start building applications with Microsoft's MVC framework.
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This course is a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET MVC 4, and will give you the essentials you need to start building applications with Microsoft's MVC framework.
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Razor Views
52m 54s
This course is a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET MVC 4, and will give you the essentials you need to start building applications with Microsoft's MVC framework. You'll see how to work with controllers and Razor views, as well as the Entity Framework, Entity Framework migrations, JavaScript, jQuery, and the Visual Studio web deployment tools.

Hi, this is Scott Allen, and welcome to my course on asp.net mvc 4. In this course we’ll start building an application from scratch, and throughout the course we will see how to build an entire application using the C# language, that stores data in a SQL Server database. Since this is a web application, we’ll also be using javascript, html, and css, of course. But, the primary focus is on asp.net mvc, so we’ll spend our time learning about the m and v and c in mvc, that is models, views, and controllers. We’ll see how controllers can response to a user’s request to build a model, and how we can send the model to a view when we build the UI for a web page. We’ll also be using models to update data in the database, and this is also the part where we can learn how to work with html forms to validate the data a user has entered. By the end of this course you’ll be in a position to work on your own asp.net mvc application and build a web application for your users. I do expect that you are already familiar with the C# language and know some of the basics of a web application, like how to use HTML. If not, we have plenty of courses on Pluralsight that cover everything from the HTTP protocol itself, to using javascript, css, and html together. As well as courses on the C# language. I hope you enjoy the course!

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Razor Views
52m 54s
Description
This course is a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET MVC 4, and will give you the essentials you need to start building applications with Microsoft's MVC framework. You'll see how to work with controllers and Razor views, as well as the Entity Framework, Entity Framework migrations, JavaScript, jQuery, and the Visual Studio web deployment tools.
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Hi, this is Scott Allen, and welcome to my course on asp.net mvc 4. In this course we’ll start building an application from scratch, and throughout the course we will see how to build an entire application using the C# language, that stores data in a SQL Server database. Since this is a web application, we’ll also be using javascript, html, and css, of course. But, the primary focus is on asp.net mvc, so we’ll spend our time learning about the m and v and c in mvc, that is models, views, and controllers. We’ll see how controllers can response to a user’s request to build a model, and how we can send the model to a view when we build the UI for a web page. We’ll also be using models to update data in the database, and this is also the part where we can learn how to work with html forms to validate the data a user has entered. By the end of this course you’ll be in a position to work on your own asp.net mvc application and build a web application for your users. I do expect that you are already familiar with the C# language and know some of the basics of a web application, like how to use HTML. If not, we have plenty of courses on Pluralsight that cover everything from the HTTP protocol itself, to using javascript, css, and html together. As well as courses on the C# language. I hope you enjoy the course!

Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(6245)
Duration
7h 23m
Released
8 Nov 2012
Course authors

Scott has over 15 years of experience in commercial software development and is a frequent speaker at national conferences, and local user groups. Scott is a Microsoft MVP and has authored books on several Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, C#, and Windows Workflow.

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