A Full-stack .NET Core Developer is an expert who can design and develop modern web applications all stacks like UI, Back-end, database, version control, server and APIs. This learning path focus on C#, SQL Server, HTML5, Bootstrap, ASP.NET Core, Web API, and Entity Framework Core which are required to build a real-world application with modern .NET.
T-SQL Fundamentals with SQL ServerLearn the T-SQL fundamentals concepts to interact with SQL Server. Become proficient in T-SQL to perform common data manipulation tasks. In this course, you will learn the skills that empower you to query data, apply filters, join tables.
HTML5 Basics: Tags, Elements and AttributesLearn HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language common to every website. HTML describes the basic structure and content of a web page. If you want to build a website or web application, you'll need to know HTML.
Introduction to ASP.NET Core : Getting StartedIn this course, you'll explore how .NET Core works with .NET Standard, CoreFX and CoreCLR, and the DotNet CLI. Furthermore, explore ASP.NET Core architecture and compare it with ASP.NET MVC5 along with MVC pattern.
ASP.NET Core FundamentalsHere, you will learn everything about ASP.NET Core fundamentals including razor view engine, convention-based routing and attribute routing, tag helpers, custom helpers and various data passing techniques with their use cases.
ASP.NET Core Forms and ValidationHTML Forms are used to take input from end-user and send that data to the server. In ASP.NET Core, there are two ways to create forms - HTML Helpers and Tag Helpers. Discover ASP.NET Core forms core concepts like validations and model binding.
LINQ with Entity Framework and EF CoreLINQ offers a unified APIs to query SQL and NoSQL database using Entity Framework and EF Core. Here, you will learn how to write LINQ-to-Entities queries and get the result in Entity Framework 6.x as well as in Entity Framework Core.
Getting Started with Entity Framework CoreEntity Framework (EF) Core is an open-source and cross-platform data access technology for .NET applications. EF Core is an object-relational mapper (O/RM) which enables .NET developers to query SQL and NoSQL database in an object-oriented fashion.
Working with Data Using Entity Framework CoreThis Course will help you to get started with EF Core using ASP.NET Core. Here, you'll learn how to define model and mappings to create a database using migrations and finally, perform database CRUD operations using EF Core and ASP.NET Core.
ASP.NET Core Advanced ConceptsLearn to leverage the benefits of ASP.NET Core pipelines, middleware, filters, and dependency injection. Discover, how to create custom filters, set up environment variables, handle errors and error logging in ASP.NET Core.
TypeScipt FundamentalsLearn TypeScript Fundamentals key concepts and features to get started with TypeScript. Leverage the features of typescript for building your next application using typescript and its supporting frameworks like Angular and Ionic etc.
Angular Advanced ConceptsBecome an expert at building real-world Angular applications with Angular services, observables, and state management using RxJS: RxJS fundamentals, state management with RxJS, angular services, data sharing using services, dependency injection,
Angular Unit TestingUnit testing helps you to identify bugs, any gap or missing requirement so that you can fix them and develop a quality product. Unit test cases are written by developers, so being a developer you should know how to write test cases.
Online Book Store using ASP.NET Core and AngularThe project is based on an n-tier architecture with industry-focused design patterns like repository, unit of work and dependency injection and practices along with the integration of payment gateway and deployment.
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