I’m really excited to announce that my popular Pluralsight course on ASP.NET Core has been updated to RTM. It’s been a long slog to update and I apologize for the delay but it’s ready now.
The course is so different from the earlier builds, that we’ve decided to retire the older course and create a complete fresh course. Over 60% of the videos had to be updated and the entire set of example code had to be changed too.
Luckily we’ve reached the RTM milestone so that we can finally depend on the APIs not being changed. The ASP.NET Core tooling is only at Preview 2 so we will be making minor changes to the course as the tooling is updated.
The course covers a wide range of topics including:
Why ASP.NET Core is Better
Using MVC 6
Using Entity Framework Core
Understanding Bootstrap 3
Writing Web APIs with MVC 6
Security ASP.NET Core Sites
Integrating AngularJS Apps with ASP.NET Core
Deploying ASP.NET Core Projects
The course is over nine-hours in length and can get you up to speed with this newest version of Microsoft's premiere web framework.
View the course on Pluralsight's website:
I want to thank everyone who took my course through all the editions (Beta 7, Beta 8, and RC1). It’s been a bumpy but fun road and you’ve all helped me create what I hope is a great course.
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