In other words, if you're a developer with decent familiarity with creating web pages in 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 of the .net framework or web development in general, you'll probably want to build some comfort with those concepts before continuing with this course. No matter what your experience level with any of these topics, if at any point in this course you think you might want to brush up on something, we have some great courses that will help you do just that.
This course should show you all the basics of building your applications. But, as you get into more advanced scenarios, you may need a little more help and Microsoft's documentation is a great place to find it. Once you feel comfortable with these concepts, you should have no problems understanding pretty much anything in this course.
- Building blocks of ASP.NET Core applications
- Creating a new project
- Responding to HTTP requests
- Serving static files
- Understanding the MVC pattern
- Handling requests with controllers
- Rendering HTML with Razor
- Rendering data, view markup, and view logic
- Creating HTML forms
- Validating form data
- Reading and writing from a database with Entity Framework
- Improving the user experience
- Exposing data with a web API
- Securing your ASP.NET application