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Learning ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC – Beginner to Developer

Learn ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC 6 from the ground up, develop custom applications and use Entity Framework Core with LocalDB
Instructor:
Vojislav Kovacevic
740 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Learn ASP NET Core MVC from the ground up
Develop your own ASP NET Core MVC applications
Use Entity Framework Core and LocalDB

The newest and best ASP.NET MVC version is here, and it is Core 2.0.

Learn it in 3.5 hours!

The newest Core version has many changes compared to MVC 5, so take this no-nonsense and to the point course to learn everything you need to know in the shortest amount of time possible.

This course teaches you the newest and greatest ASP.NET MVC (Core) from a complete beginner to developer level and how to use Entity Framework Core for database integration as well.

All you need is some C# knowledge and Visual Studio 2017 (community edition, it is free).

Learn everything you need to know in order to develop your own custom ASP.NET Core MVC applications.

What this course covers (among other things):

  • Controllers

  • Razor

  • Routing

  • Areas

  • Views

  • Tag helpers

  • Using Entity Framework Core

  • Database integration (LocalDB)

  • Bower

  • Bundling & Minifying

NOTE: If the current asking price is too much for you feel free to message me for a discount!

Introduction

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Introduction

MVC and .NET Core MVC overview

1
New solution and mvc overview
2
Asp Core MVC Overview

Controllers

1
Controllers - New Project and Run Project
2
How controllers work
3
How controllers work 2
4
Passing data to views
5
Getting Query Strings
6
Redirecting

Razor

1
Razor - Creating the project and the model
2
How Razor works
3
Using conditionals
4
Collections in Razor

Routing

1
Routing - New Project
2
Routing basics
3
Alternative syntax
4
Static URL segments and route precedence
5
Getting the third segment
6
Getting any number of segments
7
Constraining routes
8
Attribute routing
9
Linking to actions
10
Linking to actions 2
11
Customizing routes

Areas

1
Areas - New project and Area
2
How Areas work

Views

1
Views - New project
2
Strongly typed views
3
Important view files and folders
4
Sections
5
Partial Views

Form Tag Helpers

1
Form Tag Helpers - New project and model
2
Creating the repository and dependency injection
3
Index and create views
4
Form using tag helpers and model binding
5
Formatting model properties

Other Tag Helpers

1
Other Tag Helpers - New project
2
Environments
3
Script tag helpers
4
CSS files tag helpers

CRUD Project using Entity Framework Core

1
CRUD - New project
2
Creating the model and the database
3
Controller and Index view
4
Details view
5
Edit view
6
Edit post
7
Create
8
Delete
9
Adding model validation

Miscellaneous

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Miscellaneous - New project
2
Using bower
3
Returning JSON
4
Bundling & Minifying

Bonus Material

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Bonus Material
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