Using ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap and Angular to Build Websites

NOTE: Classroom courses can be customized for your exact needs.
Course Type: Classroom
Release Date: 11/1/2017
Length: 3 day(s)

In this hands-on course based on his very popular Pluralsight videos, Shawn will show you how to build a website using the latest in Microsoft and open-source technologies. In this course, you will learn how to use ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, Angular and ASP.NET Identity.

In this hands-on course based on his very popular Pluralsight videos, Shawn will show you how to build a website using the latest in Microsoft and open-source technologies how to build a website. In this hands-on course, you will learn how to use ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, Angular and ASP.NET Identity.

If you’re trying to get up to speed with the Microsoft web stack or are an existing web developer, this course will teach you something new about how to build websites quickly and with modern web browsers and devices in mind. Shawn’s teaching style is purely pragmatic. No generated code, pre-packaged solutions or hidden code. He will teach you how to build a website by showing you every step, every trick and every tool.

In this 3-day course, we will show you how to develop websites made for the modern world of browsers.

Outline

  • Starting a Website
    • Starting from Scratch
    • What is HTML
    • Understanding CSS
    • Creating a Project
    • Creating the Layout
  • ASP.NET Core
    • Your First Controller
    • Your First View
    • Using a Service
    • Introducing Dependency Injection
    • Understanding Routing
    • Using ActionLinks
  • Using Bootstrap
    • How does Bootstrap 3 Layout Work?
    • Using Emmet (Zen) Coding
    • The Grid System
    • Typography
    • Buttons
    • Images and Responsive Helpers
    • Icons
    • NavBars
    • Modal
  • Building the Data Model With Entity Framework
    • Using Entity Framework Code First
    • Creating Model Classes
    • Creating the Context
    • Creating a Repository
    • Integrating EF with Dependency Injection
  • Creating an API
    • Is it REST?
    • Creating an Controller
    • Implementing GET
    • Implementing POST
    • Implementing PUT
    • Implementing DELETE
    • Implementing Associations
    • Using Query Parameters
  • Using ASP.NET Identity
    • Authentication and Authorization
    • ASP.NET Identity
    • Claims-based Security
    • OAuth in ASP.NET Identity
    • Protecting Controllers and Actions
    • Using Windows Authentication
  • Introducing TypeScript
    • Why TypeScript
    • Setting up TypeScript compilation
    • Using Types
    • Basic Tasks in TypeScript
  • Angular Basics
    • What is Angular
    • Using the CLI
    • Your First Module
    • Your First Component
  • Angular Single-Page Applications
    • What are Scopes?
    • Using Data Binding
    • Using Filters
    • Routing
    • Views
    • Forms
    • Validation

Prerequisites

Before taking this course students should have some familiarity with .NET and C#.  No ASP.NET or HTML experience is necessary. The course is a great way to get developers who typically create desktop applications ready to build web applications.