The single–page app you will build in this course is a shopping list application that uses every CRUD operation with HTTP requests, calling a RESTful web service – using ASP.NET Web API 2 – which saves your data persistently in a SQL Server database.
Make yourself ready to learn some jQuery, HTML and CSS for the front end. And for the back end you will use Microsoft’s ASP.NET Web API 2 for the RESTful web service and Entity Framework with Code First Migrations to communicate with the database.
On top of that you will learn how to publish your single–page app to Internet Information Services (IIS) so that everyone can access your new single–page application.
Patrick, the author of this course, has built several web applications professionally as freelancer and employee and over the years he learned many things that you just don t have to do to succeed in building a single–page application. This course will save you time, because you will learn the crucial and most important parts quick, so that you can get your single–page app out there in no time!
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Specification: Single-Page Application with ASP.NET & jQuery Hands-On
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