If you read my blog, you probably already know how excited I am about ASP.NET 5. To dovetail with that, I’ve created a nine-hour course on Pluralsight that covers this brand-new technology from Redmond.
This new course is similar to my end-to-end course on ASP.NET 4/MVC5 that I released a couple of years ago. The goal of the course is to teach you all the concepts while helping you build a simple web app.
You can find the course here:
The nine-hour course covers:
What is ASP.NET 5
HTML and CSS Basics
Server-side Development with MVC 6
Designing Pages with Bootstrap 3
Storing Data with Entity Framework 7
Creating an API with ASP.NET 5
Securing Your App with ASP.NET 5 Identity
Client-side Development with AngularJS 1.4
The course is currently using ASP.NET 5 Beta 7 and I expect the majority of the technology isn’t going to change. But to be sure the course stays relevant to your work, I’ll be updating with Beta 8, RC1, and RTM as they are released (hopefully within 1-2 weeks of each release).
Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it!
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