.NET 5 & .NET Core 3.1 Web API & Entity Framework Jumpstart
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The .NET framework is getting better and better and more important in the web development world nowadays.
Almost every request I get for new web development projects is asking for knowledge in .NET, including Web API and Entity Framework Core.
So, knowing the fundamentals of back end web development with .NET can be highly beneficial to your career. And that’s where this course comes in.
In a short period of time, you will learn how to set up a Web API, make restful calls to this Web API and also save data persistently with Entity Framework Core, Code–First Migration, a SQL Server & SQLite database, and all three types of relationships in this database.
We will get right to the point, you will see every single step of writing the necessary code and by the end of this course, you will have what it takes to say ’yes’ to all the .NET project requests from any recruiter.
The only tool you need in the beginning is Visual Studio Code which is available for free.
We will use Visual Studio Code for our implementations and make calls to the Web API with the help of Swagger UI – an interface that lets you consume the API out–of–the–box, thanks to the latest version of the .NET framework.
Courses : 3
Specification: .NET 5 & .NET Core 3.1 Web API & Entity Framework Jumpstart
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Richard Moscone –
Excellent course. Very clear and well explained. Examples are good and easy to follow. Really good course for getting into API development with .net core 3.1. I’ve previously been working in Node and .net 4.8 so this course was just what i needed.
Salvator hot –
Very clear explanation and we’ll organized
Johnny Avakian –
Great for busy developers trying to review the material for upcoming project. No fluff. Content was really engaging. Thank you Patrick!
Duncan Bannister –
Clear instructions and straight to the point. Easy to follow and understand.
Thor Vue –
Text in 720p video is not crisp on Udemy. Whereas text in YouTube video is more crisp.
Violet Zhou –
Very straightforward and concise. Really help me learn .NET core in a very short amount of time!
Karl Shifflett –
Great instructor, organize, easy to follow, and learn.
Muchlis Adhi Wiratama –
It’s good course to learn everything about .Net Core Rest API, for beginner like me this course is helped me a lot to understanding creating Rest API using .Net Core. Thank you Mr Patrick
Andy King –
So far this course is exactly what I was looking for.
Jules Capacillo –
Really great! I want to thank Patrick for the awesome tutorial. I had really no idea how dotnet works until I got this course. Would suggest to newbies like me (but with prior dev exp especially on web development)
Huzaifa Anjum –
Avishek Prasad –
Captions are not matching exactly with sentence you speaking.
Kolisa Mjobo –
very good course
You save my project , very clear to understand
Walker Laury –
I am using this course to prepare for a larger course and this has been great. Easy to follow along and the teacher knows their stuff.
Rahul Ghule1 –
Nice coding standard. Its good for me and easy to understand. Learning new things in easy way like as ef core. Thanks a lot.
Richard Byers –
Antoine Beauchamp –
The author knows a lot about the subject. The explanations are clear and easy to follow. I like the idea that we start with a single project and we introduce more and more concept using the same base idea. I would recommend this course to other collogues.
Zoran Proti –
Really great course, only downside is that I was unable to find link of this project with source code.
Livan Martinez Garcia –
Nathan Lough –
I own 169 Udemy courses, but I just can’t get behind this one. Udemy won’t let me refund it because I’ve watched 33% of it, even though they claim to have a 30 day return policy and I only bought it 3 days ago. It’s important to know that this is not an 11 hour course. It’s two 5 hour courses, where the second is the exact same course, on an older version of .NET core. Patrick spends SOOO much time typing, and narrating what he’s typing. In many cases he doesn’t bother explaining what he typed, or why. He’s so slow. He just tells you to type stuff and moves on, especially during the authentication part. MOST of the course is him refactoring over and over. When you look back and think about what you’ve covered, it’s barely anything. It’s amazing how much time was spent, not really accomplishing much. I desperately want a refund, but Udemy’s 30 day policy is a scam. How can we know if we don’t like the course, until we watch some of it. Not even half, they cut you off somewhere between 25% and 33%. Do not take this course. For asp.net, either go with 1 month of Pluralsight and take Scott Allen’s courses, or if you are determined to use Udemy, go with Neil Cumming’s course which also covers React, but you can just skip those parts.
Sesethu Mhlana –
I am really enjoying this course. The topics being covered are exactly what I was looking for.
Showkat Akbar Mithu –
Md. Sayeed Rahman –
very low voice
Uttamkumar Majumdar –
Maria Elena Sandlak –