Published on February 19, 2018 by Michiel Wouters

Now available in 1080p
Teaser for the upcoming Magic Mirror tutorial series, available soon.

Learn to write a multi-layered reusable back-end using best practices and the new .Net Core 2.0 framework.

Download Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition:

Downloads | IDE, Code, & Team Foundation Server | Visual Studio

Next lesson:
Coming soon!

Full source code:
github.com/MichWouters/magic-mirror

Topics to be discussed:
– Net Core 2.0
– Net Standard
– Back-end and Front-End
– Accessing online Api’s
– Json
– Multi-layered applications
– Cortana
– Dependency Injection
– Unit Testing
– Automapper
– Best practices
– Many more

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4 Comments on "Magic Mirror – Introduction, Back-end"

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Michiel Wouters
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Michiel Wouters
20 days 11 hours ago

0:08: Introduction0:24: What are Magic Mirrors?2:14: Project2:53: Project Structure5:30: Requirements6:55: Github7:09: How to download the source code8:38: Outro and link to next lesson

Shunya band
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Shunya band
26 days 18 hours ago

hey michiel thankyou for posting your video on creating a webshop with asp.net im stuck on an error though on the end of the part 3 of your video when i run it i get this error message CS1061: 'ASP.pages_management_manageproducts_aspx' does not contain a definition for 'ddlType_SelectedIndexChanged' and no extension method 'ddlType_SelectedIndexChanged' accepting a first argument of type 'ASP.pages_management_manageproducts_aspx' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

CodeBit
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CodeBit
2 months 13 days ago

So excited for this tutorial! It seems to include eveything I want to learn about. :)Also, very nice to have a structured Github repo for it.

Kevin Paul
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Kevin Paul
2 months 13 days ago

Could you please help in creating modules in magicmirror with one simple example?

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