Learn how to switch from synchronous programming to asynchronous programming—and vice versa—in ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core.
- [Reynald] If you're like me you might like the concept of asynchronous programming but would prefer that there were more clear explanations of how it works. Now it's easy to understand its purpose but the process of implementing it can get tricky. Well we're going to break things down with some straightforward examples. Hi I'm Reynald Adolphe, and welcome to ASP.NET Core Converting Synchronous Calls to Asynchronous. In this course we're going to be covering the principles behind async and await keywords and then moving on to synchronous and asynchronous demonstrations with a desktop application and later on converting existing synchronous to asynchronous code and vice versa.
And we'll be doing this on several platforms including ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core using Entity Framework, and Entity Framework Core. All right, so without any further delay let's go ahead and jump right into this.
- Converting a desktop app to be asynchronous
- Creating an ASP.Net Core project and model
- Creating a controller
- Converting synchronous code to asynchronous code
- Updating views