The ASP.NET MVC Framework is an open source web application framework and tooling that implements a version of the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern tailored towards web applications and built upon an ASP.NET technology foundation.
During the Build conference, I caught up with my friend Brett Morrison. Brett is an entrepreneur, executive, and hands-on developer, who has been using Microsoft products and .NET throughout his career. He founded startups, such as Onestop and ememories, and also worked for SpaceX.
Are you wondering how to integrate Angular with ASP.NET MVC/Core? In this tutorial, I’ll explain the high-level architecture, the tooling, Angular universal (server-side pre-rendering) and the integration points between these two frameworks. This video is part of my Udemy course “Build Enterprise Apps with Angular”. You can get the complete course with a discount here: […]
Entity Framework Tutorial: learn how to store and query data using Entity Framework. See both database-first and code-first workflows in action. You can get the complete course with a big discount here: bit.ly/2mAJQBm Here you can find my other courses: Courses 00:00 What is Entity Framework 02:07 Different Workflows 04:46 Database-first Workflow in Action 15:06 […]
Learn to build a real-world app with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2. If you’re familiar with MVC5 and want to quickly learn about ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core in a quick and pragmatic way in the context of a real-world web app, this course is for you. If you’re interested to get this course […]
Middleware and filters both seem to fill similar needs in the ASP.NET Core MVC space, so what separates them, and when would you choose to build one over the other? Join Monster James in this episode to find out more about the intent of each feature of ASP.NET and when to elect to create custom […]
In today’s episode, Monster Dave takes is through the magic that happens in MVC when converting strings from an incoming request to DateTime types in a controller. (Spoiler alert, it’s not actually magic). Related Links: ASP.NET Monsters #77: Internationalization Part 2 – Request Localization ASP.NET Monsters #77: Internationalization Part 2 – Request Localization Standard .NET Date Time […]
Learn what Redux is, when to use and why, and how to implement it in an Angular 2 app. This tutorial is part of my course “Build Enterprise Apps with Angular” on Udemy. In this course you’ll learn: – How to build real-time apps with Angular 2 and Firebase – Implement authentication using Auth0 and […]
Earlier in November, the ASP.NET Monsters had the opportunity to take part in the ASP.NET Core hackathon at the Microsoft MVP Summit. In past years, we have used the hackathon as an opportunity to spend some time working on GenFu. This year, we wanted to try something a little different. In this episode, we explore […]
Today we have the pleasure of announcing the release of a new source of reference for building an application in ASP.NET Core MVC. Over the last two years we have had the great fortune of serving the ASP.NET community, sharing in our learning, getting tonnes of feedback and having a great time exploring the […]