- [Narrator] In this video, we will create…a single page application with React as the front end.…As I have mentioned before, that we can create…a project using Command-line or using Visual Studio.…We will use Visual Studio here to create the project.…Project name WebApplication1, okay.…And we will choose React as the front end framework.…Click okay.…
Okay let's run the project in development environment.…All right, our page is up and running.…The templates comes with three components,…home, counter and fetch data.…If you go back to the Visual Studio project,…we will see that these components…are under client app folder,…and they are in their separate files.…Counter, fetch data, home.…Let us do some quick modification…of the counter component…and see it working.…
So go to counter, this component…has its standard render method,…and there is an increment counter method…that is called when we click on the increment button.…So what we'll do here is add a new button…that will reset the counter to 10.…So I will copy and paste this code…
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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