What you would learn in Build an app with ASPNET Core and Angular from scratch course?
A concrete illustration of how to create an application using ASP.NET Core WebAPI (v2.2) and Angular (v8) from beginning to the point of
The course was revised and has been updated to use Angular version 8 along with .Net Core 3.0
Are you familiar with the basics in ASP.NET Core, Angular, and the like? Are you unsure of which direction to take next? This course will be able to assist you in this. This course starts with nothing and creates our API and Angular's front end until we can create a fully functional Web Application that we then publish to IIS and the Linux server.
They are among the most popular frameworks available for both the 'back-end' (Microsoft's ASP.NET Core) and the 'front-end' (Google's Angular) and are well worth the effort to master.
In this course, we create an entire application from beginning to finish. Each piece of software is explained and explained.
This course is up to date as of November 2019, using ASP.NET Core 3.0 and Angular version 8. As these frameworks change and this course evolves to keep up.
Check out some of the fantastic reviews about the course:
Jim declares, "The absolute best course for building an API in .Net core and working with Angular!"
Daniyal states: "This is a complete project-based course from start to finish with real-world experience using technologies that are currently in demand in the market. People interested in learning the latest technologies should consider this course."
Here are a few topics you'll be learning about during this course:
The developer environment is set up
Create an ASP.NET Core WebAPI as well as the Angular app with the DotNet CLI, as well as the Angular CLI
Implementing a Client-side registration and login function to our Angular application.
Incorporating 3rd party components to make the application
Add routes to Angular application and then secure routes.
Utilizing Automapper within ASP.NET Core
Designing a stunning UI by using Bootstrap
By integrating Photo Upload, you can get a photo upload function and a great visual gallery using Angular.
Forms that use Angular Template and Reactive forms, as well as validation
Sorting, Paging, and Filtering
The app can be updated to add a Private Messaging feature to the application.
Publishing the application for both IIS as well as Linux
A lot more to add
Equipment you will need to complete this course
In this course, all lessons are taught with the help of Visual Studio Code, a free (and incredible) cross-platform code editor. It is possible to utilize any editor for code you prefer and any operating system you prefer... so long that the editor is Windows, Linux, or Mac
Are you a good candidate for this course?
This course is convenient. Around 90%of the lessons will require you to code together with me in this project. If you're the kind that enjoys the most from learning through doing the work, then this course is for you.
In this class, we'll create an instance Dating Application entirely from scratch, using DotNet Core, the DotNet CLI, and the Angular CLI to assist us in getting to the point of starting. You need to begin a computer that runs the operating system you prefer and love learning how to build an app with ASP.NET Core and Angular.
- Learn to create an application for the web from scratch to publish using ASPNET Core (v2.1), Entity Framework Core, and Angular (v6)
- Students who complete this course will have a concrete understanding of Angular as well as the ASPNET Core.
- Know how to create an Angular application by following the best practices
- Learn how to integrate third components of a third party to the Angular application.
- Utilize Visual Studio code efficiently to enhance the workflow
- Make use of AutoMapper
- Use drag and drop for photos to upload them into cloud platforms
- Set up a private messaging system
- Set up filtering, sorting, and paginating of data
- Show notifications using Angular via AlertifyJS
- Implement Authentication using JWT Authentication tokens
- Resolving errors within the API as well as the SPA
- Persist data by using Entity Framework Core
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