In this course, you will be guided through the development process of building a real-world web application using ASP.NET Core MVC. You'll gain practical, industry software engineering skills by getting hands-on practice with building a web application from start to finish, with a focus on back-end web development.
This course is perfect for the student who has been exposed to back-end web development concepts and ASP.NET Core, but would like to gain practical experience putting these skills to work. You will be guided through the process of building CoreBB, a realistic bulletin board web application. By the end of this course, you should have a working web application that you can use to demonstrate your skills, or continue working on to further your learning.
Throughout the course, you'll gain practical experience with building and querying models, routing, a basic exposure to authentication and authorization, and more. You'll start by learning to analyze requirements and formulate the database design of the application. Next, you'll learn how to set up the basic web application, scaffold the business models, and set up the basic views and content. From there, you'll implement basic authentication and user management for the application. Finally, you'll learn how to implement CRUD operations for the remaining business models. At the end of the course, you will have a chance to demonstrate your knowledge by implementing an additional feature using what you've learned.
Release schedule: This course is of rolling release model, there are 6 modules in this course, M00 and M01 are released when the course is live, other modules will be released according to the following schedule:
Module 2: May 5th
Module 3: May 8th
Module 4-5: May 12nd
Module 01: Requirements Analysis and Application Design Learn how to analyze project requirements and create an appropriate database design for the web application.
Module 02: Authentication and User Management Learn how to initialize and configure a basic ASP.NET Core web application, set up the basic views, and scaffold the necessary business models with Entity Framework Core.
Module 03: Application Setup and Scaffolding Learn how to implement basic authentication and user management including login, logout, register and password reset scenarios.
Module 04: Implementation Learn how to implement the CRUD operations for the necessary business model entities. In the self-assessment lab at the end of this module, you will be responsible for completing the implementation of message management operations.