- [Instructor] In this video, we will create…a single-page application,…with Aurelia.js as the front-end framework.…Just like View, Visual Studio 2017…does not have an Aurelia template…as of current VS release.…So we need to use the command line interface…to create the project.…We'll use 01_07 seven folder.…Hold the shift key, right click,…and select Open command window here.…Now we will type dotnet new…and the template name Aurelia.…
Enter.…So project is being created.…Okay, project creation is completed.…We need to now install all the npm dependencies…so type npm install.…All right.…Npm dependencies are resolved.…Now we go back to the folder…and double click on the csproj file.…Here is our project, created with Aurelia template.…This factor again is the similar structure…just like Angular template.…
Our client app components are under…ClientApp and app folder, then there's…components folder and all the components…are in their own folder.…This time let's modify some content…in the home tab.…So we open HTML file and the TypeScript file.…
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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