ASP.NET CORE & CORE 5 for ASP.NET MVC Developers Training

Course 2622

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate
Get This Course £1,995
  • 3-day instructor-led training course
  • One-on-one after-course instructor coaching
  • Tuition fee can be paid later by invoice -OR- at the time of checkout by credit card
  • Sep 7 - 9 2:00 PM - 9:30 PM BST
    New York or AnyWare
  • Nov 16 - 18 2:00 PM - 9:30 PM GMT
    Herndon, VA or AnyWare
  • Feb 22 - 24 2:00 PM - 9:30 PM GMT
    New York or AnyWare

This course shows ASP.NET MVC developers how to migrate to creating ASP.NET MVC Core applications, including creating Web Services. This course also shows how, when building these applications, to leverage the .NET Core technologies to create and deploy modern applications that support microservice design and support multiple devices on multiple platforms.

  • Three to six months of ASP.NET MVC (.NET Framework) programming experience

  • Familiarity with .NET Framework Core development, including C#

ASP.NET CORE & CORE 5 for ASP.NET MVC Developers Training Delivery Methods

  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Learning Tree end-of-course exam included

ASP.NET CORE & CORE 5 for ASP.NET MVC Developers Training Course Benefits

  • Build robust web applications using ASP.NET Core applications, including MVC applications.
  • Leverage both RESTful and gPRC services created with ASP.NET Core.
  • Exploit all the new features of ASP.NET Core including Razor Pages, View Components, and Tag Helpers.
  • Use Visual Studio and Docker to create container-based applications, ready to be deployed.

ASP.NET Core for ASP.NET MVC Developers Training Outline

The Goals of Modern Application Development

  • Developing complex applications for an agile world
  • What’s new with .NET Core

Updating server-side code

  • Creating ASP.NET MVC Core applications
  • Modifying Controllers and Views
  • Dealing with configuration

Handling Infrastructure

  • Implementing Session and Cache
  • Changes to Authorisation
  • Moving modules and handlers to middleware
  • Bundling JavaScript and CSS

New in Views

  • Improving productivity with Tag Helpers
  • Leverage Razor Pages
  • Sharing resources with Razor Class Libraries
  • Reusing User Interfaces and workflow logic with View Components

Changes to Project Structure

  • Supporting multiple platforms with .NET standard libraries
  • Short-circuiting redirects with URL Rewriting

Eliminating JavaScript with Blazor

  • Client-side (CSB) and Server-side Blazor (SSB)
  • Integrating SSB into ASP.NET Core applications
  • Creating Blazor components

Protecting Your Site from Hacks

  • Path Transversal
  • Cross-site Request Forgery
  • Malicious Redirects

What’s New In ASP.NET Core

  • Accessing the ClaimsPrincipal object in Controllers and classes
  • Declaring claims-based policies

Working with Users

  • Authenticating users
  • Managing users and user claims
  • Authenticating users declaratively and procedurally

Changes from ASP.NET Web API Adding services

  • Applying ApiController and ContollerBase
  • Retrieving, updating, and creating objects in ASP.NET Core

Applying Standards

  • Incorporating HTTP standards
  • Choosing return types

Documenting with Swagger and the OpenAPI

  • Configuring your project for OpenAPI documentation
  • Accessing the generated documents with Swashbuckle
  • Extending your application to provide better information

Building gRPC Services

  • How gRPC improves performance
  • Defining the service’s contract in ProtoBuf
  • Generating client and server code in Visual Studio
  • Creating and accessing a gRPC service

Defining Containers

  • Simplifying deployment and application management with Docker
  • Characteristics of Docker containers
  • Creating a Docker container
  • The container ecosystem

Debugging with Containers

  • Running applications in containers
  • Integrating applications, services and databases with Docker Compose

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Course FAQs

It is an open source cross-platform framework, multi-target re-development of Microsoft’s .Net platform. You get flexibility while building your web solutions on-premises or on the cloud.

ASP.NET Core lets you build web apps and service-based backend for any kind of application (desktop, mobile, microservice-based). It leverages your experience with ASP.Net MVC while providing the features and flexibility required to develop modern applications.

30% of the course is spent on hands-on exercises.