ASP.NET Core In Action (Manning)
Thursday, 20 September 2018

This book is for C# developers without any web development experience who want to get started and become productive quickly using ASP.NET Core 2.0 to build web applications. Author Andrew Lock starts with a crash course in .NET Core, immediately cutting the cord between ASP.NET and Windows. The book then shows how to create web applications step by step, systematically adding essential features like logins, configuration, dependency injection, and custom components.

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Author: Andrew Lock
Publisher: Manning
Date: July 2018
Pages: 712
ISBN: 978-1617294617
Print: 1617294616
ebook: Free with print title
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: ASP.NET  

 

aspnetcore

  • Covers ASP.NET Core 2.0
  • Dynamic page generation with the Razor templating engine
  • Developing ASP.NET Core apps for non-Windows servers
  • Clear, annotated examples in C#

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