ASP.NET Core Full-Stack Development Projects [Video]

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Learn
  • Create your own environment and write your applications in it with ASP.NET Core
  • Use the new features of C# 7 & 7.1 effectively for your app's backend
  • Build fully-featured REST APIs to enable client-side single-page web applications
  • Master the full-stack development of real-world projects using ASP.NET and JS frameworks
  • Build three production-ready projects using ASP.NET Core with Angular, React, and Vue.js
  • Develop (and deploy to Azure) a working JavaScript client-side application hosted in ASP.NET Core
About

ASP.NET Core is a powerful tool for the full-stack development of real-world applications.

You will build three complete full-stack projects: a shopping app, an accounts app, and an online music store. Through these projects, you will learn to build powerful full-stack ASP.NET Core applications for the real world. You will also learn how to use Angular, React, and Vue with your ASP.NET Core applications.

By the end of this course, you will have the skills to develop powerful and reliable full-stack web applications with ASP.NET Core and popular JavaScript frameworks.

The code bundle for this video course is available at- https://github.com/PacktPublishing/ASP.NET-Core-Full-Stack-Development-Projects-

Style and Approach

Step-by-step practical guide filled with real-world projects to help C# & ASP.NET Core developers expand their knowledge into full-stack development using JavaScript frameworks.

Features
  • A comprehensive video that provides effective training for building web application with ASP.NET Core 
  • Build fully-featured REST APIs to enable client-side, single-page web applications using the top JS frameworks
  • Gets you started with the full-stack development of real-world ASP.NET Core applications
Course Length 4 hours 46 minutes
ISBN 9781788998215
Date Of Publication 31 Oct 2018

Authors

Jonathan Forrider

Jonathan Forrider is a passionate programmer. He graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2012 with an IT degree emphasized in software engineering and has been coding for the last six years. He works as a programmer analyst at the University of Montana while he also is pursuing further education in computer science.

When he’s not programming or learning new programming skills, he likes to spend some quality time with his family hanging out in the outdoors, watching a good movie, or reading a good book. He loves developing products in multiple languages and is dedicated to sharing knowledge and helping aspiring developers to be more successful in their software career. You will like his upfront speak and charming personality. His technical and industry coverage has been featured on Petri.com and TomsItPro.com.