To create your startup project, use the dotnet commands, but before you do so you need to explore all of the templates available and decide which one to use during this course.
- [Instructor] To create our startup project, … we'll be using the .NET Core CLI … which is a new cross-platform tool chain … used to develop .NET Core apps. … The .NET Core CLI supports different programming languages … like C#, Visual Basic, and F#. … Also by using the .NET Core CLI, … you can create different config files like gitignore, … globaljson, or even create solution files. … The .NET Core CLI … comes with different application templates … and some of the most used ones are mvc, … which is used to create ASP.NET Core M-V-C apps. … Webapp, … which is used to create ASP.NET Core web applications. … Angular for ASP.NET Core with Angular, … and react for ASP.NET Core with React.js. … There are also other commands like reactredux … for creating ASP.NET Core with React.js and Redux, … and even webapi for ASP.NET Core Web API apps. … To create a new template, … we use the dotnet new command. … This is the command that we use … when we want to use a default template … to create a new project. …
- Setting up the app infrastructure
- Creating data models
- Creating, reading, updating, and deleting API endpoints
- Testing API endpoints using Postman
- Reading data from React
- Adding new data from React
- Handling errors
- Implementing Redux in an existing React app
- Implementing authentication in your React app
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing App Secrets in .NET Corewith Ervis Trupja28m 15s Intermediate
1. Setting Up the App Infrastructure
2. Setting Up Web API
3. Getting Started with React
4. Implementing Redux to an Existing React App
5. Implementing Authentication in Your React App
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