ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for Web Development to produce dynamic web pages. We assure you this will be a very interesting series and you’ll have a lot of fun learning it. In our very first section, we will be learning to set up our environment for developing ASP.net Core 2 application. We will be writing our program in Visual Studio Code.
ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for Web Development to produce dynamic web pages. This series will cover ASP.Net in its entirety. So last time we performed an environment setup and all the basic installation processes that we will need in this series. Now we shall walk through the basic fundamentals of ASP.NET Core 2 and it's origin.
So, how's ASP treating you so far? Do you have any doubts about Application Structure that we covered last time? In today's class, we shall cover the Life cycle of an ASP.NET application. When an ASP.Net application runs it goes through certain stages which we will be discussing in detail. So pull up your socks and let's begin.
Welcome back! We are now through with the Life cycle of an ASP.NET Core 2 app. In this class, we will be learning about Middleware. It is basically a software that controls and moderates how our application will react to HTTP requests. Middleware also used to authenticate and authorize a user to perform certain actions. Ready to look further into it?
We're back with another class in ASP.NET. So Middleware was fun to learn, wasn't it? Today we will be adding MVC to our application by building it up manually i.e without creating a project template. It will involve creating another controller and view. Without any further ado, let's go!
Eduonix brings you another online tutorial on ASP.Net Core 2! In our video, we discussed how to add MVC to an application! In today's YouTube tutorial we will be discussing Razor pages! Razor pages is a new feature of ASP.NET Core which helps to make the entire coding process a little easier and more efficient. We will learn how to add Razor pages to an application. This is however just an introduction we shall discuss more on this in an upcoming video. Ready to begin? Stay connected for more updates with easy and fun learning.
Welcome back! Let's quickly start with Tag Helpers in today's ASP.NET Core 2 class! This topic has a correlation with 'Razor Pages' which we covered in the last session. What are these Tag Helpers? Their basic job is to enable server-side code to participate in creating and rendering HTML elements in Razor files. They help in reducing the explicit transitions between HTML and C# in razor views. So let's learn more about Tag Helpers in this video!
Welcome back! By now you are probably thorough with Tag Helpers. In today's class, we will learn how to integrate Bootstrap in our ASP.NET Core 2 application. For this, we will be using Bower Packages, it is a front-end package manager built by Twitter. It will help us download, update and resolve dependencies with ease. Let's get started.
In this ASP.NET Core 2 class we will be adding a Nuget Package to our application, for that we will need to create a contact form that will be able to send emails. We are going to use Gmail for this. But before we start with that we’ll need to make a few modifications in our Gmail for this to work. Let's go! If you have any doubts with whatever we have covered until now, please feel free to ask in the comments section below.
In the last ASP class we added a Nuget package to our application and also created a contact form. Now we are completely ready to start coding our Razor Pages. Once done with that, we will be creating a backend reply system, where the user will get a mail back once he submits any form stating that we have received it. Happy Learning.
Welcome back to our Asp.Net Core 2 tutorial. Today we will be creating an HTML form in our application with the help of Bootstrap. Knowledge of Tag Helpers for this tutorial will be very helpful for the easy completion and better understanding of this course. In this session, we will also be fixing some issues we faced in our contact form. Let's get started!.
Hello there, this will be the final video of the "ASP.NET Core 2" series. We are done making our HTML contact form with Tag Helpers. In today's video we will be doing the finishing touches and focusing on the commands that should appear once we submit the form as well as get an email for the same. That will conclude our 'Contact form submission using razor pages' project!