It's never been a better time to get started with ASP.NET. Not only has the ASP.NET team redesigned the framework from the ground up, but they've made it completely open source and cross-platform. It's now called ASP.NET Core, and with it you can develop and run ASP.NET applications on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
In our new course, Start Coding With ASP.NET Core, you'll learn everything you need to know to get started developing web apps with the latest version of ASP.NET.
What You’ll Learn
In this course, ASP.NET expert Jeremy McPeak will give you a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET Core. You'll learn how to set up your dev environment, how to use templates and routing with MVC, and how to implement data display and editing. All this as you build a simple but functional online database of guitar types!
Here are a couple of free lessons from this course, as a preview of what you can expect:
Building an App From Scratch
You can build an ASP.NET Core app from scratch using the built-in command-line tooling. In this lesson, learn a bit about a basic ASP.NET application and how it executes.
Project Layout and Overview
The fastest way to create a new project is with a scaffolding generator. So in this lesson, we’ll use Yeoman and the ASP.NET Core generators to create a new ASP.NET Core project. Then I’ll take you through a tour of the project.
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