The introduction of ASP.NET Core is a game changer for .NET web developers, and ASP.NET Core 2 contains more excellent and significant changes. This course will get you ready to start building applications with version 2 of this marvelous framework.
Understanding ASP.NET Core 2.x is suitable for developers that are new to ASP.NET Core, as well as for those who have worked with earlier versions. In this course, Understanding ASP.NET Core 2.x, you'll be provided with everything you need to know in order to build ASP.NET Core 2 applications. First, you'll explore the csproj project structure, while you setup the pipeline with middleware and configure dependency injection. Next, you'll learn about NuGET, NPM and Bower packages, task runners, as well as the light-up feature. Then, you'll delve into environments, controllers, tag helpers, application settings, and view components in action. Additionally, you'll discover how to create a REST based Web API, along with exploring how .NET Core works with .NET Standard, CoreFX and CoreCLR, and the DotNet CLI (.NET CLI). Finally, you'll deploy to IIS, Azure Web Apps, and Linux using a self-contained or framework-dependent deployment. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary skills and knowledge to confidently build ASP.NET Core 2 applications.
Course Overview Hello. This is Ronald Guijt. Welcome to my course on ASP. NET Core 2. It doesn't matter if you have used a previous version of ASP. NET Core or not, this course will get you ready to start building with this marvelous framework. We'll start with an empty project and build a business application from the ground up. On the way, I'll explain everything you have to know about. NET Core 2 and ASP. NET Core 2. The major topics of this course are exploring the new project structure, showing you that dependency injection is now essential, that middleware lets you create your own pipeline, and all the ins and outs about the new metapackage; working with packages and libraries, the different package sources that are now supported, how to bundle and minify, and the new light-up feature; understanding ASP. NET Core 2 MVC, showing off some great new additions to MVC such as tag helpers, view components, and unified controllers; setting up a web API, letting you create a REST-based web API using the exact same classes used in MVC; developing applications across frameworks and operating systems. In here, I'm explaining how. NET Core works, also together with the. NET platform Standard. And finally, deploying ASP. NET Core 2 applications where we will see that it is now possible to run your app on many different operating systems without the need to preinstall. NET Core. I assume that you have experience using a previous version of MVC, as well as knowledge about HTML and web programming in general. After watching this course, you will be able to start building ASP. NET Core 2 applications while understanding what makes it tick.