ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6 Hands on Training


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ASP.NET 5 is an open source web framework for building modern web applications that can be developed and run on Windows, Linux and the Mac. It includes the MVC 6 framework, which now combines the features of MVC and Web API into a single web programming framework. ASP.NET 5 is also the basis for SignalR 3 – enabling you to add real time functionality to cloud connected applications. ASP.NET 5 is built on the .NET Core runtime, but it can also be run on the full .NET Framework for maximum compatibility.

With the help of coding and development exercises, attendees will be able to both start developing in these new frameworks and be able to successfully create fully functional ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6 web applications

ASP.NET – Expect to get a handle of the changes to ASP.NET
• Command line commands
• New solution structure
• Startup.cs
• Visual Studio Code and Yoeman
• Tag Helpers
• Bower, NPM and Gulp

MVC 6 – You can expect to leave this training with your own fully functional MVC 6 Web Application
• Getting Started
• Understanding the new look of the project / solution
• Scaffolding
• Bootstrap
• Mobile vs desktop browser
• JQuery
• Data handling with Web API and Entity Framework
• JSON
• Forms

Ken Lovely

Ken is an innovative Information Architect with 20 years’ experience specializing in Microsoft platform technologies. He holds several Microsoft certifications; MCSE, MCPD, MCDBA, MCTS. He has designed and developed systems for financial, banking, cable and insurance industries.  He has strong system development and diagnostic skills. He has been training developers for 10 years. Besides developing data systems Ken also programs lighting software that he uses to light up his neighborhood at Christmas time – www.lovelychristmaslights.com

Rob Keiser

Rob Keiser is a .Net developer, Architect and freelance writer for PC Today magazine. He has been building Windows application using various languages and tools for the past 20 years. Rob has also created some Windows Phone applications including Lunar Phase and NOAA Buoy.