Master ASP.NET Core 3.1 MVC with 7 Step By Step Projects
Ready to master all the essential ASP.NET Core MVC Skills?
As the title of the course suggests, this is a course for beginners who want to move beyond the beginner’s level and be proficient and independent ASP. NET Core MVC programmers. We will be creating several projects using ASP .Net Core 3.1 with the help of Entity Framework Core.
Step by step, we will improve our MVC skills by building on previously acquired skills and pushing them further with each project. By the end of the course, we will have built several small to medium size projects, with the final project incorporating everything you need in order to consider yourself skilled ASP.NET Core MVC programmer.
For the next several hours, we will dedicate our time to interfaces, dependency injection, table relationships, .Net Core Services, Repository Pattern, MVC, ViewComponents, TagHelpers, Sessions, Authentication and Authorization, Entity Framework Core, and of course, C# language. But don’t let any of that scare you. Quite the opposite.
Get excited to learn a lot of new material and dive into the new world of .Net Core. The course makes the learning easy with the mix of introduction of new material, and practical coding! Every step is explained every time.
There are lot of courses that will show you the way into one topic and then quickly move on to another topic. This is not one of those courses! My goal is to lead you step by step, all the way, through the new territory inside .Net Core 3.0 and introduce you to new concepts and topics and help you learn them. And equally important goal is to help you understand and retain what you learned.
Is this course for you? What skills should you have before taking it? If you are a programmer with decent understanding of OOP principles and C#, then you have the all the skills needed to benefit from this course. There are no prerequisites for .net core, or entity framework or how to create and MVC app. Since you are interested in this course, I assume you heard of these things and perhaps played around a little too. That’s all that is needed to take this course.
Well, let’s code!