Pro ASP.NET Core 7, 10th Ed (Manning)
Wednesday, 18 October 2023

Now in its tenth edition, in this guide to ASP.NET Core Adam Freeman shows how to create easy, extensible, and cloud-native web applications. The book has been fully updated to .NET 7, with extensive chapters on Razor Pages, Blazor, and the MVC framework.

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Author: Adam Freeman
Publisher: Manning
Date: September 2023
Pages: 1256
ISBN: 9781633437821
Print: 1633437825
Kindle: B0CD8B6DKC
Audience: ASP.Net developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: ASP.NET

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  • Configure the ASP.NET Core request pipeline to handle requests
  • Create RESTful web services with MVC controllers
  • Create HTML responses with Razor and Razor Pages
  • Create richly interactive web applications with Blazor
  • Access data using Entity Framework Core
  • Authenticate requests using ASP.NET Core Identity

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