Creating ASP.NET Core Web Applications: Proven Approaches to Application Design and Development
- 2h 23m
- Dirk Strauss
Design and develop an ASP.NET Core web application using .NET Core 3.0. This book shows you how to publish a web application to a web server and connect the published web application to a production database.
Creating ASP.NET Core Web Applications starts by setting up the Visual Studio project where you will learn about Razor pages, Entities, and creating a data service. You will create models along with methods to use a query string and handle bad requests. Modifying data with Tag helpers is discussed as well as installation of Entity Framework, working with database migrations, and implementing a data access service. You will learn how to use layout pages and sections with Partial Views, _ViewImports, and _ViewStart files. You also will create custom middleware and log application events. You will be able to deploy the web application as well as connect it to a SQL Server database.
- Work with models
- Modify data
- Work with EF Core and SQL Server
- Work with Razor pages and Partial Views
- Use separate scripts for production vs development
- Trace client-side errors using Chrome Developer tools
- Create cascading style sheets (CSS) with Sassy CSS (SCSS)
- Explore middleware
- Deploy your web application to IIS
About the Author
Dirk Strauss is a software developer from South Africa who has been writing code since 2003. He has extensive experience in SYSPRO, with C# and web development being his main focus. He studied at the Nelson Mandela University, where he wrote software on a part-time basis to gain a better understanding of the technology. He remains passionate about writing code and imparting what he learns with others.
In this Book
Creating and Setting Up Your Project
EF Core and SQL Server
Working with Razor Pages
Adding Client-Side Logic
Web Application Deployment