TeamTreeHouse – ASP.NET MVC Basics
ASP.NET MVC is a popular server-side framework developed by Microsoft that is used to build dynamic websites.
Do you want to learn how to build powerful, dynamic websites and web applications using the popular ASP.NET MVC web framework? In this track, you’ll learn how to use ASP.NET MVC while you leverage your knowledge of the C# programming language and the .NET Framework. ASP.NET MVC, C#, and .NET have been adopted by businesses small and large, so learning them is a great way to land a software development job in just about any market.
This Track will guide you through the basics and help you gain the experience and confidence you need to explore any direction your web development adventures may lead.
We’ll kick things off with our 3-hour course on ASP.net MVC basics, where you’ll ;earn the basics of ASP.NET MVC while we build a comic book gallery website using Visual Studio Community.
Next, we’ll In this course, you’ll learn how to create forms using ASP.NET MVC. You’ll use various field types and form validation as we build a web version of the Fitness Frog application using C# Basics. Then, you’ll do a workshop on NuGet, the package management system for .NET.
The next two courses in the Track are all about Microsoft’s Entity framework. Our 4-hour Basics course will teach you how to to persist data to a database within the context of a console application. We’ll cover how to use the Code First workflow, create Entity classes, define relationships between entities, write LINQ queries, and more. Finally, our Entity Framework with ASP.NET MVC course will explore how to use Entity Framework within the Comic Book Library Manager web app—a web application developed using the ASP.NET MVC web framework.
About this Course
ASP.NET MVC is a popular server-side framework developed by Microsoft that is used to build dynamic websites. In this course, you’ll learn about the basics of ASP.NET MVC while we build a comic book gallery website using Visual Studio Community. Along the way, you’ll learn how to create a new project, add controllers and views, model data, and create repositories.
What you’ll learn
- Creating a Project Using Visual Studio Community
- Adding Controllers and Views
- URL Routing
- Data Modeling and Repositories
- Creating List and Detail Pages