Welcome to Building a CMS With ASP.NET MVC5. In the next few hours, you'll learn how to write an application with C# and the ASP.NET MVC framework. We’ll keep the example application quite simple, so that even if you’re just getting started with the framework, you’ll be able to follow along and learn a lot from this course.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 05:56
2.Managing Posts3 lessons, 38:13
3.Tag Management2 lessons, 27:29
4.Storing Data3 lessons, 47:22
5.Testing Functionality2 lessons, 33:06
6.User Management3 lessons, 1:11:48
7.Security and User Authentication2 lessons, 34:17
8.Enhancing the User Experience2 lessons, 36:38
9.The Front-End2 lessons, 36:01
10.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:22
Hi, my name is Jeremy McPeak and welcome to this tuts+ course where we are going to build a simple CMS using ASP.NET's MVC5. Now I want to stress the word simple. We are not going to build a complex system here. The goal of this course is to show you how you can write an application using the features of ASP.NET MVC5. This means that we are not going to build a masterpiece of object or [INAUDIBLE] design. We will be covering some design patterns like repositories and service layers and some other things like that, but for the most part, our goal here is to get the job done. Now to get the most out of this course, you will need a basic understanding of the C# programming language, and it would also help if you have a basic understanding of ASP.NET and the MVC framework. However, if you are brand spanking new to the MVC framework, don't worry. You're gonna pick it up. So if you're ready, queue up the next video and we'll get started.