This course, Understanding ASP.NET Core 3.x, uses a practical, demo-driven approach. You’ll get started by exploring the project structure, main method, and the startup class with the new endpoint routing. Next, you’ll examine topics such as client-side package management with Libman and NPM, MVC with tag helpers, view components and Razor pages and SignalR, a framework to create real-time web applications. The new Blazor is a single page application framework using just C#. You'll learn everything about that as well as how to create and consume REST and gRPC APIs. Finally you'll experience what .NET Core is, how to share code with .NET Standard and how to deploy your app using self-contained or framework deployments to IIS and Nginx. By the end of this course, you’ll be up to speed on all of the great features ASP.NET Core 3 has to offer and we'll take a look at what changed in subsequent versions of .NET as well.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Roland Guijt, and welcome to my course, Understanding ASP.NET Core 3.x. I'm an independent consultant and trainer based in The Netherlands. If you are an ASP.NET Core or ASP.NET MVC developer looking to upgrade your knowledge to ASP.NET Core 3, this course is for you. We're building an app from scratch, using its great features, visiting all the cool stuff that is in it. Some of the major topics we will cover include the changed project structure; Blazor, the magical single‑page application framework; SignalR, the framework to create real‑time web applications with; and gRPC and REST‑based APIs. By the end of this course, you can consider your knowledge upgraded to ASP.NET Core 3. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with a previous version of ASP.NET Core or ASP.NET MVC or .NET Framework. Join me on this journey to learn ASP.NET Core 3 with my course, Understanding ASP.NET Core 3.x, at Pluralsight.