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ASP.NET is Microsoft's framework for building robust web applications. In this course, Michael Sullivan introduces the basics to get up and running with ASP.NET, exploring the framework and IDE, the structure behind ASP.NET applications, and the tools you need to manage data, construct APIs, and establish real-time web connections. Plus, get hands-on practice in the final chapter, in which Michael issues a coding challenge.
Welcome to Up and Running with ASP.NET. I'm Mike Sullivan and in this course I'll be introducing you to some of the major features of the ASP.NET web application framework. We'll talk about the different types of applications you can build using, ASP.NET with things like the model view controller, architectural pattern or MVC. Edit framework, to help us map database relations to objects in managed data access code. And web API, which we'll use to create restful webs services.
Our final topic will be realtime functionality through the use of a highly adaptive library, called ASP.NET SignalR, which we can use to implement things like push notifications or chat. Application development is easier than ever with Visual Studio, a powerful code editor and development tool, which we'll be using throughout the course. Whether you're completely new to ASP.NET, or you're just looking to catch up with the latest version of the framework, there's a lot for us to talk about. So let's get started.
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