TNWiki Article Spotlight – Getting Started with Entity Framework Core: Building an ASP.NET Core Application with Web API and Code First Development
Welcome to the TechNet Wiki Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight.
We are in the end of 2017 and its time for us to welcome 2018.This is my last post of 2017 for TNWiki Article Spotlight.You know what, this time there is one more awesome post published in our TechNet Wiki and I would like to pick the article as TNWiki Article Spotlight.
This article explains in detail about Getting Started with Entity Framework Core: Building an ASP.NET Core Application with Web API and Code First Development by Vincent Maverick Durano Vincent Maverick Durano has written as series of article related ASP.Net Core ,Entity Framework and Web API.I recommend you to first read his article Getting Started with Entity Framework Core: Database-First Development and then read this article Getting Started with Entity Framework Core: Building an ASP.NET Core Application with Web API and Code First Development
ASP.NET Core is a cross-platform, high-performance, open-source framework for building modern, cloud-based, Internet-connected applications. With ASP.NET Core, you can:
- Build web apps and services, IoT apps, and mobile backends.
- Use your favorite development tools on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
- Deploy to the cloud or on-premises
- Run on .NET Core or .NET Framework.
If you want to learn ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework and Web API.Then this will be the best article. Vincent Maverick Durano has explained below each part in detail with example,This article will be surely helpful for all level of programmers like beginner,intermediate and expert who are looking to start with ASP.NET Core.
In this article you can learn
- Design Workflows
- Code First (New Database)
- Database First (Existing Database)
- Wrapping Up
- Taking a Choice
- The ASP.NET Core Revolution
Three Players, One Goal
- Setting Up an ASP.NET Core Web API Project
- Running the Project for the First Time
- Setting Up Entity Framework Core
- Creating the Model
- Creating an Empty Database
- Defining a DBContext
- Registering the DbContext with Dependency Injection
- Adding Migrations
- Implementing a Simple Data Repository
- Creating the DataManager
- Creating an API Controller
- Creating an ASP.NET Core MVC Application
- Integrating Newtonsoft.Json
- The Helper Class
- The Controller
- The Views
- Testing the Application
I believe this article will be a great feast for all who is looking to work with ASP.NET Core using Entity framework and Web API and don't miss to read this article from here Getting Started with Entity Framework Core: Building an ASP.NET Core Application with Web API and Code First Development by Vincent Maverick Durano I hope you all enjoy reading his article.
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