Building Web Applications in .NET 6

Course 977

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate
Get This Course $3,285

This Building Web Applications in .NET 6 training lets developers build web applications using all the features of ASP.NET Core, including MVC, Razor Pages, and Web Services. This course also shows how to use the .NET Core technologies to create and deploy modern applications that leverage microservice design and support multiple devices on multiple platforms. 

Building Web Applications Delivery Methods

  • In-Person

  • Online

Building Web Applications Course Benefits

  • Build robust web applications using ASP.NET Core

  • Exploit all the features of ASP.NET Core including Razor Pages, View Components, Tag Helpers, and Web service support tools

  • Leverage both RESTful and gRPC services

  • Deploy to IIS, Azure, or use Docker to create container-based applications

  • Leverage continued support with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching and computing sandbox

Building Web Applications Instructor-Led Course Outline

Prerequisites

Exam Information

  • Learning Tree Exam provided at the end of class

In this Module, you will learn how to:

  • Developing complex applications for an agile world
  • How ASP.NET Core supports those goals

In this Module, you will learn how to:

Picking the Right Architecture

  • Configuring the application
  • Leveraging dependency injection

Integrating Business Logic

  • Creating Controllers and Actions
  • Simplifying the Architecture with Razor Pages
  • Sharing data with ViewBag/ViewData
  • Improving type safety with strongly typed models
  • Reducing download time with bundling

Delivering Web Pages

  • Creating Dynamic Page with Views
  • Generating HTML with Tag Helpers
  • Reusing user interfaces with Partial Views and Layouts
  • Reusing workflow logic with View Components
  • Accepting and validating user input
  • Returning files, JSON, and more

In this Module, you will learn how to:

Enhancing Performance and Functionality

  • Linking pages to URLs with custom routes
  • Improving responsiveness with Session and Cache
  • Adding functionality with middleware
  • Extending request processing with Action Filters

Authorizing Users

  • Managing users and user claims
  • Authorizing users declaratively and procedurally
  • Accessing the ClaimsPrincipal object
  • Declaring claims-based policies

In this Module, you will learn how to:

Defining services

  • Applying ApiController and ContollerBase
  • Retrieving, updating, and creating objects in ASP.NET Core

Creating Well Designed Service

  • Incorporating HTML standards
  • Configuring your project for OpenAPI documentation and Swashbuckle

Building High-Performance gRPC Services

  • How gRPC improves performance
  • Defining the service’s contract in ProtoBuf
  • Generating client and server code in Visual Studio
  • Creating and accessing a gRPC service

In this Module, you will learn how to:

Local and Remote Servers

  • Creating release packages
  • Deploying to IIS
  • Deploying to Azure App Services

Containerizing Your Application

  • Simplifying deployment and application management with Docker
  • Creating a Docker container
  • Running applications in containers
  • Integrating applications, services, and databases with Docker Compose

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Building Web Applications FAQs

No. This course focuses on writing server-side code to create and deliver web pages to the browser. The course does not discuss how browsers process HTML, CSS, or JavaScript in any detail.

No. This course is about the server-side processes used to host and deliver data-oriented web applications. It does not include complete coverage on how to create the web services that client-side Ajax applications will use in their Ajax calls.

Yes. This course provides in-depth coverage of how to create both RESTful and higher performance gRPC services. It also covers supporting technologies like the OpenAPI specification and related technologies.

No. This course focuses on the server-side components of a web application: building and delivering web pages and creating web services.

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