Join Ervis Trupja for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Building React and ASP.NET Core Applications.
- [Instructor] Before we start this course, let's talk about what you should know. To build our apps, I'm going to use Visual code and .NET Core 3.0. But any version of .NET Core greater than 2.0 should work just fine. To test our API endpoints, I'll be using Postman, and Bootstrap for designing pages. So having a basic understanding of Bootstrap is recommended but not required. During this course, I'll assume that you are already familiar with React concepts like components, props, state, et cetera. Zoros API concepts like controller and API endpoint. I'll talk about these concepts later, but if you want to learn about them in more detail, check out some of the other courses in our library on React JS or Web API. Throughout this course if you'd like to follow along while I'm coding, you can download the exercise files from the course page. So, let's get started.
- 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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