In this course, you will learn the latest of ASP.NET Core 5 MVC technology with .NET Core 5.x. We provides various practical projects. We learn the following highlight topics:
Basic ASP.NET Core MVC Development
Entity Framework Core
Session and Distributed Caching
ASP.NET Core Identity
We start by developing basic ASP.NET Core MVC development such as exploring Models, Views and Controllers. Making data binding from Models to Views. We apply data binding to HTML web forms, Tables, and Charts.
We access database like SQL Server using Entity Framework Core 5.x. We can generate codes from existing database and then use them in ASP.NET Core MVC applications. We implement CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations with SQL Server and ASP.NET Core MVC.
To improve your ASP.NET Core MVC performance, we implement sessions and distributed caching. In this section, I will show to work with external distributed caching in ASP.NET Core MVC. We use external caching data such as In-Memory Database, Redis and SQL Server.
We also learn ASP.NET Core MVC Security with ASP.NET Core Identity. We explore how to create users, get users and delete users. We learn how to retrieve account (username), change password and email. We also implement how to reset password. To obtain a valid email on user registration, we implement ASP.NET Core MVC registration with email confirmation. To prevent user registration bots automatically by bots, we can apply CAPTCHA in ASP.NET Core MVC. We use Google reCAPTCHA. Last, we work with multi-factor authentication. Users can enable their multi-factor authentication on ASP.NET Core Identity. Then, each user with enabled multi-factor authentication will be challenged for second authentication. In this scenario, we use email with codes for implementing multi-factor authentication.
At the end of course we learn how to deploy our ASP.NET Core MVC applications. We use IIS web server and Microsoft Azure for targeted deployment.