- [Instructor] In this video we will create…a project with angularJS as the front end.…So, file, new project.…The same options, .NET Core and .NET Core Web Application,…we'll put it under one five folder,…let's name it WebApplication1, click okay.…Now here we will choose Angular as the option…and ASP.NET Core 2.0 is already selected.…Click okay.…
Okay, alright, our dependencies are resolved.…Let's just run it…and we'll see the project…will have the same three components.…Alright, our page is up and running.…Here also we see the three components,…home, counter, and fetch data.…Let's close the webpage and go back to Visual Studio…and look into the folder structure,…we see the structure is pretty much the same…as we saw for react, we have controllers…and view folders to hold the server side code…and we have client app folder to hold the client site app.…
Under app we have components folder…and under this folder we have the components,…the counter is in the counters folder.…For AngularJS, we have TS file…and an HTML file under this folder.…
AuthorKazi Nasrat Ali
- Setting up a dev environment
- Front-end frameworks
- Templates: React.js, Angular.js, Vue.js, Aurelia.js
- NodeServices and Node.js
- Single-page application services
- Using HMR (Hot Module Replacement)
- Performing server-side prerendering
- Using node-chartist
- Creating a database, tables, and stored procedures
- Creating data models, controllers, and actions
- Adding React components and subcomponents
- Testing and publishing an app
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Exploring ASP.NET Core SPA Project Templates
3. Creating a React and ASP.NET Core App
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