Detroit.Code() Sessions tagged asp.net core

Introduction to ASP.NET Core Hands on Workshop

Bring your laptop and you will learn about ASP.NET Core directly from the team that built it in this high-powered workshop. ASP.NET Core is a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. ASP.NET Core is fully open source and available on GitHub. What does that ASP.NET Core mean for compatibility? What powerful new cloud scenarios does ASP.NET Core enable? We’ll cover ASP.NET Core both inside and outside the IDE, on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Speaker

Jeffrey T. Fritz

Jeffrey T. Fritz

Program Manager, Microsoft

From Legacy MVC to Modern MVC: An ASP.NET Core Migration Path

With all the buzz around Microsoft’s revitalized ASP.NET Core MVC framework, you may wonder what has changed since your “legacy” ASP.NET MVC application was written. Sure, there are new framework features and development tools available; but, which of these things must be adopted and when? Can I still use ASP.NET Web Optimization for bundling & minification, or do I have to use something like Gulp? Which package manager(s) should I use to acquire the requisite bits and assets? How does the framework support dependency injection for my controllers? Should I target .NET Framework, .NET Core, or both? What are the repercussions of my IDE or editor selection?

Lend me 60 minutes of your time, and I’ll answer these and some other frequently asked questions. You’ll leave with a clearer picture of a practical migration path for your aging MVC application.

Speaker

Scott Addie

Scott Addie

Senior Content Developer, Microsoft

Building Reusable UI Components in ASP.NET Core MVC

ASP.NET proper MVC developers have long relied upon partial views and HTML helpers to construct reusable UI components. ASP.NET Core MVC expands upon the arsenal of options for creating such UI components by introducing view components and tag helpers. Do these new offerings render partial views and HTML helpers obsolete? Absolutely not!

Using the right tool for the job is important, which means understanding the differences between these options is paramount. In this session, you’ll gain an understanding of when it’s most appropriate to use each of them in the real world. You’ll also see how to create basic view components and tag helpers.

Speaker

Scott Addie

Scott Addie

Senior Content Developer, Microsoft

Rebooting the ASP.NET Franchise

Are you an ASP.NET developer that is tired of the baggage and cruft within the framework? Do you wish you could use OS X for developing ASP.NET apps? Are you new to ASP.NET, but are adverse to installing Windows and Visual Studio? Everything has changed: ASP.NET isn’t just for Visual Studio, anymore. Learn how ASP.NET has broken free from Windows and has turned into a fresh, cross-platform, OS-agnostic framework. Develop ASP.NET applications on your OS, with your editor, in your way. No more compromises, no VMs, no workarounds. Grab some popcorn an experience the reboot of the ASP.NET Franchise.

Speaker

Jay Harris

Jay Harris

Problem Solver, Arana Software

Angular2 with an ASP.NET Core backend, happiness ensues...

If ASP.NET Core married Angular2, would TypeScript get jealous? It is a match made in heaven. Leveraging the grace and poise that Angular2 brings to the single page application paradigm, ASP.NET Core is the perfect spouse with its seamless and pluggable middleware. Let me prove how easy it is to marry these two powerful open-source projects together.

We'll discuss how Angular2 has been componentized. We'll touch on TypeScript as it pertains to enterprise JavaScript applications. We'll explore the Web APIs that compliment the SPA architecture while demonstrating the power of RxJS.

Speaker

David Pine

David Pine

Technical Evangelist (Microsoft MVP), Centare

Unboxing ASP.NET CORE

ASP.NET Core is a new open-source Web framework optimized for building cross-platform web apps, IoT apps and mobile backends. ASP.NET Core comes with great new features ready to use out of the box with minimal setup required! In this talk we’ll look at .NET Core, architecture, package management and how to begin weighing the options between choosing .NET Framework and .NET Core. I will also share my experiences and insights while working alongside the .NET Core team at Microsoft to port over an existing project from .NET Framework to .NET Core; as well as the challenges we faced. Core brings Microsoft into the exciting world of open-source, cross-platform and package modularity/portability – Let’s see what we can build!

Speaker

Kevin Leung

Kevin Leung

Technical Evangelist, Microsoft

Creating a Solid Web Application Architecture Using Angular (2+) and ASP.NET Core Web API

Modern web applications built today typically consist of various technologies used to deliver the final solution. Over the last several of months, there have been significant new developments both in front-end frameworks for building single page applications as well as back-end frameworks designed for applications hosted in the cloud. In this session, we will explore using ASP.NET Core to host a Web API that provides services to an Angular (2+) single page application. As a developer, you will take away from this session a solid understanding of how to design a modern web application using these technologies.

Speaker

Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor

Technical Lead/Sr. Software Developer, Logical Advantage