ASP.NET Core 5 and React, 2nd Ed (Packt)
Monday, 18 January 2021

With the subtitle, "Full-stack web development using .NET 5, React 17, and TypeScript 4, this updated second edition addresses the changes in the .NET framework and the latest release of React. Carl Rippon starts by taking you through React and TypeScript components for building an intuitive single-page application and then shows you how to design scalable REST APIs that can integrate with a React-based frontend. He then covers the latest features, popular patterns, and tools available in the React ecosystem, including function-based components, React Router, and Redux.

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Later chapters show how to use React with TypeScript to make the frontend robust and maintainable and cover key ASP.NET 5 features such as API controllers, attribute routing, and model binding to build a sturdy backend.

Author: Carl Rippon
Publisher: Packt
Date: January 2021
Pages: 568
ISBN: 978-1800206168
Print: 180020616X
Kindle: B08KYKNGCC
Audience: .NET developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: ASP.NET

 

  • Explore the new features of .NET 5 with this updated edition of ASP.NET Core 53 and React
  • Discover strategies for adopting a full-stack development approach, clean architecture techniques, and development best practices
  • Learn how to manage data, design and package applications, and secure your web apps
  • Build RESTful APIs with .NET 5 using API controllers
  • Secure REST APIs with identity and authorization policies
  • Create strongly typed, interactive, and function-based React components using Hooks
  • Understand how to style React components using Emotion.js
  • Perform client-side state management with Redux
  • Run a range of automated tests on the frontend and backend
  • Implement continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) processes in Azure using Azure DevOps

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