The updated application makes use to two custom view models. One is used as a convenience mechanism to transport data to the view. The second leverages the custom validation attribute and extends the Movie model from the DAL.
- It's time to add the View Models into the application.…Let's create a new folder.…We'll call it Models.…And then under there, View Models.…We'll create a Class.…We'll call this Movie Index View Model.…And one more Class…called Movie View Model.…
The Movie Index View Model,…we want to have the movies but also the genres…and a way to hold the search string and the movie genre…for the search as well.…So this is pretty simple.…Movie…View Model…That's Movies.…And then we have a public string for the Search String,…public string for the Movie Genre,…and then a public list of…Select List Item…'cause this will be in a combo box of Movie Genres.…
We'll have to fix her using.…Not always happy with how Visual Studio does refactoring.…So let's do this.…Let's move it there. Okay.…In the Movie View Model,…this is going to derive from Movie.…This is how we can extend functionality…without having to rewrite a whole lot of stuff.…So let's fix the using…and we are going to say public new string Genre.…
'Cause if you recall, the genre pulls from…
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
Skill Level Intermediate
Visual Studio Essential Training: 09 Unit Testswith Walt Ritscher2h 48m Intermediate
Deploying .NET Applications with Octopus Deploywith Floyd Hilton1h 27m Intermediate
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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