Our ASP.NET Core 3 Razor components training course will show you how Razor Components provide a new approach to creating web Single Page Applications (SPA), with the advantage that the coding can be largely in a .NET language.
Two approaches are possible, one allowing running of the .NET code on the client side, or if intellectual property is important having the .NET code run on the server side.
.NET developers who want to leverage the power of a familiar language to build client-side interfaces
ASP.NET Core 3 Introduction
What are Razor Components, Web Assembly and Blazor?
Web Assembly vs Server
Configuring Core 3
Discuss the rapid development and evolution of ASP.NET
Comparison of features for web technologies
Support for Dependency Injection
Creating your first Razor Components Web Application
New Core 3 Features
Overview of Model View Controller (MVC)
Creating Razor Components
Functions and Events
Razor Components and Blazor
Introduction to Blazor and WebAssembly
Installing Blazor Templates
Creating Blazor Projects
Further Razor Components
Use of Generics
Introduction to Entity Framework Core
Using Bootstrap to provide a Responsive User Interface
Layout using Bootstrap
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