ASP.NET Core Tutorial For Beginners
ASP.NET Core is a free, open-source, and cross-platform framework for building web applications using the Microsoft .NET framework. It is designed to provide a modern, high-performance, and lightweight framework for building web applications that can run on Windows, Mac, and Linux. This course "ASP.NET Core Tutorial For Beginners" is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the ASP.NET Core framework and how to use it to build web applications.
Throughout the course, you will learn the basics of ASP.NET Core, including the structure of web applications, the use of controllers and views to handle requests and responses, and the use of models and databases to store and retrieve data. We will start by learning about the basic architecture of an ASP.NET Core web application and how to create and configure a new project. You will also learn about the core components of an ASP.NET Core web application, such as controllers, views, and models, and how they are used to handle requests and responses.
As we move forward, we will delve into more advanced topics such as routing, middleware, and dependency injection. You will learn how to use routing to map URLs to controllers and actions, how to use middleware to add functionality to an application, and how to use dependency injection to manage dependencies between components.
We will also cover the best practices for developing web applications, such as how to manage large projects and collaborate with other team members. You will also learn about web development tools such as Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, and Visual Studio for Mac and how to use them to improve your development workflow.
Throughout the course, you will also learn about the latest trends and updates in ASP.NET Core and how to use them in your applications. With the help of this course, you will have a solid understanding of ASP.NET Core framework and the skills to build web applications using the latest technologies and best practices.
Author: Venkat (Pragim Technologies)