Join Jess Chadwick for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Up and Running with ASP.NET 5.
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You should also be familiar with the C# programming language and the object-oriented development principles enough that you wouldn't find it terribly challenging to create a .NET application displaying the current weather in your area using the information that you retrieved from an online web API, for example. In other words, if you're a developer with decent familiarity with creating web pages and the .NET Framework, then this course should be a great fit for you. On the other hand, if you're just starting out with either the .NET Framework, or web development in general, you'll probably want to build some comfort with those concepts before continuing with this course.
- Understanding ASP.NET 5's new request processing pipeline
- Downloading client-side libraries using Grunt and Bower in Visual Studio
- Adding ASP.NET MVC 6 to your application
- Handling web requests with controllers
- Rendering dynamic views with Razor markup
- Using Entity Framework to write and read data to a database
- Using TagHelpers to create simple dynamic HTML forms
- Registering and authenticating users with Identity services
- Dynamically update portions on the server using partial rendering
- Using dynamic routing logic to customize URLs
- Exposing data with web APIs
- Leveraging custom configuration and logging
- Increasing application maintainability with dependency injection