Course ASP.NET Core MVC

In the course ASP.NET Core MVC participants learn to create dynamic and feature-rich web applications using the ASP.NET Core Model View Controller (MVC) framework. The course explains the emphasizes the benefits of MVC architecture with the use of separation of concerns and covers advanced topics such as routing, controllers, views, models and integrating with databases.

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  • Course ASP.NET Core MVC : Content

    Intro ASP.NET Core MVC

    The course ASP.NET Core MVC starts with an overview of ASP.NET Core MVC, covering its architecture, advantages, and how it differs from traditional ASP.NET.

    Controllers and Actions

    Next the role of controllers in the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern is explained Participants learn to define actions to handle HTTP requests, route them to the appropriate controller, and generate responses.

    Views and Razor

    Also the creation of dynamic views using Razor syntax is covered and how to generate HTML content dynamically, work with layouts, and create modular views for a consistent user interface.

    Models and Data Binding

    How to work with models to represent data in an application is treated as well as exploring data binding techniques to connect models to views and handle user input.

    Routing and URL Patterns

    Next routing in ASP.NET Core MVC is on the course schedule. Explained are URL patterns, route parameters, and constraints to control how URLs map to controller actions.

    Entity Framework Core

    Then the Entity Framework Core is discussed with performing CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations and database migrations.


    Security concepts are treated as well like authentication and authorization mechanisms, and control access to resources.

    IIS Hosting

    Also hosting ASP.NET Core MVC applications in Internet Information Services (IIS) is treated and attention is paid to the configuration and deployment aspects of hosting on Windows servers.

    ASP.NET SignalR

    Finally real-time communication with ASP.NET SignalR is covered and participants learn to implement features like live chat and notifications.

  • Course ASP.NET Core MVC : Training

    Audience Course ASP.NET Core MVC

    The course ASP.NET Core MVC is intended for Web Developers and Architects who want to learn how ASP.NET Core MVC web applications can be designed and developed.

    Prerequisites Course ASP.NET Core MVC

    To participate in the Course ASP.NET Core MVC good knowledge of basic Web Applications is desirable and basic knowledge of C# is required.

    Realization Training ASP.NET Core MVC

    The course has a hands-on character. The theory is discussed using presentation slides and demos and is interchanged with exercises.

    Certificate course ASP.NET Core MVC

    After successfully completing the course, the attendants will receive a certificate of participation in ASP.NET Core MVC.

    Course ASP.NET Core MVC
  • Course ASP.NET Core MVC : Modules

    Module 1 : Intro ASP.NET Core MVC

    Module 2 : Controllers and Actions

    Module 3 : Views and Razor

    What is MVC Pattern?
    MVC Architecture
    Separation of Concerns
    Using Visual Studio
    ASP.NET Core Project
    Service Classes
    Dependency Injection
    Project Structure
    Controllers in MVC
    Grouping Actions
    Controller Suffix
    Request Handling
    Explicit Dependencies
    Action Injection
    Model Instantiation
    Helper Methods
    Data Presentation Views
    User Interaction Views
    cshtml Files
    View Components
    Partial Views
    Razor Pages
    Embedded Razor Markup
    Razor Syntax
    Tag Helpers
    Model Validation
    CSS Isolation

    Module 4 : Models and Data Binding

    Module 5 : Routing and URL Patterns

    Module 6 : Entity Framework Core

    Model Binding
    Data Sources
    Mapping Requests
    Type Conversions
    Form Collection
    Input Values
    Binding Primitives
    Binding Complex Types
    Searching for Parameters
    Value Providers
    Routing in MVC
    Configuring Routes
    RouteConfig Class
    MapRoute Method
    RouteTable Class
    URL Pattern Syntax
    URL Mapping
    Multiple Routes
    Route Constraints
    Registering Routes
    What is EF Core?
    Object Relational Mapping
    Database Providers
    Context Object
    Creating Connections
    Generating Models
    EF Migrations
    Querying with LINQ
    Saving Data

    Module 7 : Security

    Module 8 : IIS Hosting

    Module 9 : ASP.NET SignalR

    Security and Identity
    Authentication Methods
    User Credentials
    Windows Authentication
    OAuth2 Sign-on
    Login Forms
    Two Factor Authentication
    Role Based Authorization
    Cross Site Scripting
    Cross Site Request Forgery
    IIS Manager
    Application Pools
    Visual Studio Deployment
    Initial Deployment Stage
    Adding a Website
    Choosing Local Domain
    Edit host File
    Set IP Address
    Set Host Name
    What is Signal R?
    Real Time Functionality
    Server Push
    Supported Transports
    Server-Sent Events
    Long Polling
    JSON Protocol
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