Developing ASP.NET Core MVC Web Application with Angular, Bootstrap, WebAPI

Pre-Requisites: Some programming background with Java Script or C or C#

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Key Features

  • Online live classroom available
  • Quality learning materials
  • Small Class Sizes
  • State of the Art Facility
  • Free Retakes
  • Instructor Led Classroom training
  • Certified Industry Experienced Teachers
  • 100% Job Placement assistance

Who should attend this course?

The Developing ASP.NET Core MVC Web Applications with Angular training and certification course will give you a detailed overview of this cross-platform, open-source framework for building modern cloud-optimized web applications. ASP.NET MVC is a server-side web framework for building dynamic, data-driven web applications. If you want to get employed as a web developer or as a Web Application Developer at a company that utilizes Microsoft technologies, you need to master ASP.NET MVC. Whether you’re new to ASP.NET MVC or have some experience but are looking for a course to fill in the gaps, you’ll love this course. On top of all the core features of ASP.NET MVC, we teach you a systematic way to build a feature end-to-end. And more importantly, it includes you as part of building a sophisticated feature end-to-end.

you’ll be able to:

  • Implement CRUD operations
  • Build forms with validation
  • Build RESTful services using ASP.NET Web API
  • Use Entity Framework code-first workflow to build a model
  • Implement security, authentication and authorization using ASP.NET Identity
  • Use powerful jQuery plugins
  • Optimize application’s performance
  • Build and deploy your applications
  • And much more…
  • You’ll start building a real-world video rental application within minutes. Every section includes a few bite-sized videos, and concludes with one or more coding exercises to help you master what you learn in that section. Finally, in the last section, you’ll learn how to
  • Deploy the application
  • Deploy the database
  • Create custom build configurations (development, testing, staging, etc)
  • Store application settings in web.config and override them for different environments
  • Secure application settings and connection strings
  • And more…

Stay ahead of the web evolution with elegant combination front-end development

Front-End Development with ASP.NET Core, Angular, and Bootstrap is for fast and responsive web development. Utilizing the most popular combination of web technologies for Microsoft developers, which provides the latest best practices. The newest ASP.NET – now called ASP.NET Core – is leaner, easier to use, and less bound to the operating system and IDE.colle, giving you the perfect opportunity to leverage third-party frameworks and libraries that provide functionalities not native to ASP.NET Core and Visual Studio. You will konw how to integrate ASP.NET Core with Angular, Bootstrap, and similar frameworks, with a bit of jQuery Mobile, Nuget, continuous deployment, Bower dependencies, and Gulp/Grunt build systems, including development beyond Windows on Mac and Linux. With clear, concise instruction and expert insight, it is an invaluable resource for meeting the demands of modern web development.

  • Combine ASP.NET Core with different tools, frameworks, and libraries
  • Utilize third-party libraries with non-native functionalities
  • Adopt the most up-to-date best practices for front-end development
  • Develop flexible, responsive design sites

The world of web development is evolving faster than ever before, and the trend is toward small, focused frameworks with modular capabilities. Microsoft has noticed, and upgraded ASP.NET Core to align with the latest industry expectations. Front-End Development with ASP.NET Core, Angular, and Bootstrap helps you elegantly integrate these technologies to develop the sites that the industry demands.

WHAT’S NEW IN ASP.NET CORE MVC

  • ASP.NET Core
  • .NET Core
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Visual Studio 2017
  • Versions Covered in this Book
  • ASP.NET Web Forms
  • ASP.NET MVC
  • ASP.NET Web API
  • OWIN and Katana
  • The Emergence of ASP.NET Core and .NET Core
  • The dotnet Command Line
  • Overview of the New ASP.NET Core Web Application Project
  • OWIN Layers
  • OWIN Communication Interface
  • A Better Look at Middleware
  • Host Builder Console Application
  • ASP.NET Core Startup Class
  • Environments
  • Dependency Injection
  • Using Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core
  • Logger Instantiation
  • Configuration
  • Setting Up the Configuration Sources
  • An Overview of Some ASP.NET Core Middleware
  • Diagnostics
  • Serving Static Files
  • Application Frameworks
  • ASP.NET Core MVC
  • Using the MVC Framework inside ASP.NET Core
  • View Components
  • Tag Helpers
  • Using Tag Helpers from ASP.NET Core
  • Writing Custom Tag Helpers
  • View Components as Tag Helpers
  • Web API

THE FRONT-END DEVELOPER TOOLSET

  • Additional Languages You Have to Know
  • Node.js
  • JSON
  • Sass and Less
  • The Future of JavaScript
  • TypeScript
  • JavaScript Frameworks
  • Angular
  • Knockout
  • React
  • jQuery
  • CSS Frameworks
  • Bootstrap
  • Primer CSS
  • Material Design Lite
  • Semantic UI
  • Package Managers
  • NuGet
  • Bower
  • NPM
  • The Folder Structure
  • Task Runners

ANGULAR IN A NUTSHELL

  • Angular Concepts
  • The Language of Angular
  • Setting Up an Angular Project 62
  • Using an Online Editor
  • Starting from the Quickstart Seed
  • Using the Angular-CLI Tool
  • The Structure of an Angular App
  • Application Entry Point
  • Root Module
  • Root Component
  • Main HTML Page
  • Data Binding
  • Interpolation
  • Event binding
  • Directives
  • Services and Dependecy Injection
  • Multiple Components
  • Input and Output Properties
  • Talking to the Back End
  • Using the Http Module
  • Consuming the RxJS Observable
  • Subscribing to the Observable
  • Using the async Pipe
  • Using Promises
  • Using Angular with ASP.NET MVC
  • Combining Angular and ASP.NET Core Projects
  • Keeping Angular and ASP.NET Core as Two Separate projects
  • Combining Angular and ASP.NET Core into One Project Using the
  • Angular CLI
  • Using JavaScriptServices
  • Deciding Which Integration Method to Use
  • Visual Studio 2017 Support for Angular
  • Code Snippets
  • IntelliSense in TypeScript Files
  • IntelliSense in HTML Files

BOOTSTRAP IN A NUTSHELL

  • Introduction to Bootstrap
  • Installing Bootstrap
  • The Main Features
  • Bootstrap Styles
  • Grid System
  • Typography
  • Tables
  • Forms
  • Buttons
  • Components
  • Glyphicons
  • Navigation Bar
  • Pagination
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Tabs and Pills
  • Activating Tab Navigation with JavaScript
  • Activating Tab Navigation with Data Attributes
  • Modal Dialog
  • Tooltips and Popovers
  • Customizing Bootstrap with Less
  • Customizing via the Website
  • Bootstrap Support in Visual Studio 2017 and ASP.NET Core
  • Bootstrap Snippet Pack
  • Glyphfriend
  • Tag Helpers for ASP.NET Core

MANAGING DEPENDENCIES WITH NUGET AND BOWER

  • General Concepts
  • NuGet
  • Getting Packages via NuGet
  • Using the Package Manager GUI
  • Using the Package Manager Console
  • Manually Editing the .csproj Project File
  • What Happens Once You Install a Package
  • Adding Metadata for the Package
  • Publishing to the Nuget.org Gallery
  • NPM (Node.js Package Manager)
  • Using the NPM Command Line
  • Using NPM within Visual Studio
  • Where Packages Are Installed
  • Getting Packages with Bower
  • Using the Bower Package Manager GUI in Visual Studio
  • Editing the bower.json File
  • Where Packages Are Installed
  • Creating Your Own Packages

BUILDING YOUR APPLICATION WITH GULP AND WEBPACK

  • A Deeper Look at Gulp
  • Getting Started with Gulp
  • The Gulpfile.js File
  • A Typical Gulp Build File
  • More Gulp Recipes
  • Naming Output Files from a Package Name
  • Generating Source maps
  • Checking JavaScript Using JSHint
  • Executing Tasks When Files Change
  • Managing Bower Dependencies
  • Replacing References Directly in the HTML Files
  • Introduction to webpack
  • webpack’s Main Concepts
  • Using webpack
  • Bundling JavaScript
  • Bundling Stylesheets
  • Minifying and Adding Sourcemaps
  • More Things webpack Can Do
  • Visual Studio 2017 and Build Systems
  • The Bundler and Minifier Extension
  • The Task Runner Explorer
  • IntelliSense for Gulp

DEPLOYING ASP.NET CORE

  • The New Hosting Model of ASP.NET Core
  • Installing on Internet Information Services
  • Installing AspNetCoreModule
  • Publishing Applications via the Command Line
  • Publishing the Applications via Visual Studio
  • Deploying on Azure
  • Deploying to Azure from Visual Studio with Web Deploy
  • Continuous Deployment to Azure with Git
  • Configuring the Azure Web App
  • Configuring the Local Repository
  • Deploying to Docker Containers
  • Installing the Docker Support
  • Publishing a Docker Image

DEVELOPING OUTSIDE OF WINDOWS

  • Installing .NET Core on macOS
  • Building the First ASP.NET Core App on macOS
  • Using dotnet Command-Line Interface
  • Using Yeoman
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Development Features in Visual Studio Code
  • IntelliSense
  • Refactoring
  • Errors and Suggestions
  • Debugging
  • Version Control
  • OmniSharp
  • Other IDEs
  • Using Command-Line Tools

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER

  • Building a Triathlon Race Results Web Site
  • Building the Back-Office Site
  • Setting Up Entity Framework
  • The Object Model
  • The EF Core Context
  • Migrations
  • Building CRUD Screens

Can I Use .NET?

One of the things that makes developing with .NET so attractive is that it’s one of the few frameworks that runs on just about anything you can think of — both from a hardware and software standpoint. For example, the NetDunio project board runs .NET Embedded, and it has about as much power as a budget PC from the early ’90s. On the other end of the spectrum, .NET is also used in aviation training devices made using Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D. Pretty much any sort of hardware between can run it as well.

What Can I Make With .NET?

Web applications are just one way you can use .NET. It also works great for just about any type of project you might consider, from Massively Multiplayer Space Simulationto internal systems in your car.

Where Can I Create .NET Applications?

While you’ve been able to write .NET on almost any platform for years, it wasn’t without its headaches for those using OS X and Linux. Luckily, with the creation of .NET Core, you can write, compile, and run .NET applications on Windows, OS X, and Linux just as easily as any other language out there, and there’s even a powerful cross-platform IDE called Visual Studio Code that’s quickly becoming an indispensable tool for .NET developers.

Let’s evaluate the Performance of .Net with other languages.

Another common concern people have when deciding what technologies to invest time in learning is their performance and scalability. While historically .NET wasn’t known for its performance, .NET Core is making waves. Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman reported the below benchmarks at DevNation 2016 — complete with the source codeto run, tweak, and benchmark for yourself. (Note: .NET Core outperformed the old .NET Framework by over 2300%.)

Is .Net an Open Source software?

The .NET framework was closed source for many years, Microsoft started open-sourcing parts of it in 2008, and in 2014 they created an independent organization called the .NET Foundation to take over developing .NET in the open. They moved their source code over to GitHub and changed the licensing to be more relaxed using licenses, such as MIT and Apache, on many of their projects. They’re actively accepting pull requests, user issues, discussing issues, etc., and it is an excellent example of how open source is meant to work.

Is there a .Net community?

Yes one thing .NET has really benefitted from is the size of its community and the quality of documentation and information available. ASP.NET famously had dozens of books published on it before it even came out! You can drill into the code itself in GitHub and read up on how each and every piece of the codebase works, as well as how to use every little piece of the framework on MSDN. You also have tutorials, blogs, and example projects available to help you from your very first Hello World console application all the way to developing advanced artificial intelligences, simulations, and creating your own games utilizing motion controls and virtual reality. If you are ever stumped or trying to figure out how to accomplish something, likely someone somewhere has taken the time to document it to help you solve your problem. If not, there are communities like Stack Overflow, Slack groups, and local .NET user groups that can usually help come up with ideas on how to tackle your problem.

Does this course will prepare for any certification exam?

Our training and certification program will give you a solid understanding of the key topics covered on Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications. In addition to boosting your income potential, getting certified in ASP.Net from Microsoft certification exams like “Exam 70-486- Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications”, demonstrates your knowledge of the skills necessary to be an effective Web Developer. The certification validates your ability to produce reliable, high-quality results with increased efficiency and consistency.

Course Number : MNET-0-0200

Duration : 48 hours

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