The delete view is updated to remove the BeginForm and ActionLink helpers, and a hidden input for the Timestamp property is added.
- [Instructor] The final view to update…is to delete view.…Only a few changes here.…Change it to a Movie View Model.…Okay down at the bottom we're going to get rid…of the html Begin Form and Anti Forgery Token.…And replace that with the form tag helper,…and we'll add in the controller attribute.…Even though it's not necessary,…I like to be completely clear.…And that's the movies controller.…
And then there's the action,…and that is the Delete action.…And then we'll move the form tag…down below the rest.…We want to add in our hidden fields,…and once again that's asp for ID,…type equals hidden.…And for the timestamp,…type equals hidden.…
And the only other change to make,…is to change the action link back…to our standard anchor tag,…asp.action equals index,…and the words are Back to list.…Okay we'll run this,…make sure we can delete.…Go to the Movie List.…Pick a movie, Ghostbusters.…
We sure we want to delete it?…Yes, and it's deleted.…And that completes the delete view.…
Phil Japikse begins by showing how to install and update the .NET Core SDK. He reviews the functionality of the MVC 5 app, explains how to create necessary projects, and discusses migrating static content. Next, he demonstrates how to create a data access layer, complete the server-side migration, set up the HTTP pipeline, add custom items into the dependency injection container, leverage the new project configuration system, and migrate the controllers. Phil then introduces Tag Helpers—one the big new features in ASP.NET Core—and uses them to migrate and simplify the views. Phil also demonstrates how to create and use custom Tag Helpers. To wrap up, he covers working with view components, explaining what they are and why they're helpful. He walks through how to create the server-side view component code, and how to refactor your app and invoke the view component.
- Reviewing the MVC 5 application
- Creating the data access layer
- Adding and updating the models
- Updating the database
- Completing the server-side migration
- Configuring the HTTP pipeline
- Configuring and using dependency injection
- Migrating the views
- Creating view components
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1. Preparation and Initial Steps
2. Create the Data Access Layer
3. Complete the Server-Side Migration
4. Migrate the Controller
5. Migrate the Views
6. View Components
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