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The Little ASP.NET Core Book

by Nate Barbettini

The Little ASP.NET Core Book

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If you're new to programming, this book will introduce you to thepatterns and concepts used to build modern web applications. You'lllearn how to build a web app (and how the big pieces fit together) by building something from scratch! While this little book won't be able tocover absolutely everything you need to know about programming, it'llgive you a starting point so you can learn more advanced topics.

If you already code in a backend language like Node, Python, Ruby, Go,or Java, you'll notice a lot of familiar ideas like MVC, view templates, anddependency injection. The code will be in C#, but it won't look toodifferent from what you already know.

If you're an ASP.NET MVC developer, you'll feel right at home! ASP.NETCore adds some new tools and reuses (and simplifies) the things youalready know. I'll point out some of the differences below.

No matter what your previous experience with web programming, thisbook will teach you everything you need to create a simple and usefulweb application in ASP.NET Core. You'll learn how to build functionalityusing backend and frontend code, how to interact with a database, andhow to deploy the app to the world.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download The Little ASP.NET Core Book ebook for free in PDF format (0.8 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Your first application
Chapter 2
MVC basics
Chapter 3
Add external packages
Chapter 4
Use a database
Chapter 5
Add more features
Chapter 6
Security and identity
Chapter 7
Automated testing
Chapter 8
Deploy the application

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The Little ASP.NET Core Book
Computer Science
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
0.8 MB

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