Published on March 18, 2017 by programmingwithmosh
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Learn to build a real-world app with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2. If you’re familiar with MVC5 and want to quickly learn about ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core in a quick and pragmatic way in the context of a real-world web app, this course is for you.

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00:00 Course Announcement
02:29 Introduction
04:13 Scope
09:43 Prerequisites
10:57 Application Requirements
13:17 Setting Up the Development Environment
19:02 Setting Up SQL Server on macOS / Linux
28:28 Creating a New Project
32:39 Project Structure
37:33 Application Startup
44:35 Environments
49:30 .NET Watch
52:20 Debugging in VSCode
54:31 Working with Git
55:37 Use Cases

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140 Comments on "Build a Real-world App with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2"

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axel9641
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axel9641
15 days 17 hours ago

the world of react needs its own Mosh😭😭

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FuckGooglePlus
2 months 2 days ago

Does this course still work on Core 2.0? The update really messed things up…

Awesome Thing
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Awesome Thing
2 months 10 days ago

Sometime you have to start till 3AM morning so sad of programmer life

Resident Zero9999
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Resident Zero9999
2 months 11 days ago

So I have to build a wep app for the employees of a company. Should I use ASP.Net core or not? I am really confused on whats the advantage of using core instead of the normal framwork

Awesome Thing
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Awesome Thing
2 months 12 days ago

Dear sir,I want to ask you that now I'm using MAC but I install Window server 2016 (Crack) Vmware machine and develop some website app at there but I don't know there are any problem or not when I deploy it to the real server.please give me some idea about this

Franco Morales
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Franco Morales
2 months 16 days ago

Hi ! Its a great video! thanks x shared! Do you have any course with you use angular + Asp.net mvc (not core)?? I'm building a application and I miss angular CLI for create components and deployment :/ I use VS2017, Do you have any sugest or course for this?? You are my teacher in Udemy, You helped me a lot, thanks!

Franco Morales
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Franco Morales
2 months 16 days ago

Thank you a lot for your answer! You have the reason, I should focus on the main concepts. I already bought your course in Udemy ASP.NET Core and Angular.Now let's go to learn… Thanks for your guide!

Programming with Mosh
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Programming with Mosh
2 months 16 days ago

I don't have any courses on Angular + ASP.NET MVC. Don't get hung up on the tooling. Focus on the fundamentals I cover about the integration of ASP.NET Core and Angular. Those principles apply when using ASP.NET MVC as well. You can create 2 separate projects: an Angular project created with Angular CLI and an ASP.NET MVC project created with VS. They don't have to mixed! Your ASP.NET MVC project is purely responsible for exposing a bunch of APIs. Configure CORS to allow traffic coming from your Angular app.

Sijin Raj
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Sijin Raj
2 months 22 days ago

I think you made this video for Linux/mac users ,waste of time

Programming with Mosh
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Programming with Mosh
2 months 21 days ago

I'm sorry you have had such (wrong) impression about this course. But this course is about essential ASP.NET and Angular techniques and is not about any particular IDEs or operating systems. As a developer, you should use the IDE or OS of your choice. What this course covers is the fundamental principles that every ASP.NET and Angular developer must know and I'm confident I've covered them all in detail.

Evgeny Nagimov
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Evgeny Nagimov
3 months 13 days ago

Hi, Mosh! Thsnk you for your courses, really like them. I tried to follow your instructions in this video, but Got this:
➜ ~ sudo docker run -e 'ACCEPT_EULA=Y' -e 'SA_PASSWORD=MyComplexPassword!234' -p 1433:1433 -d microsoft/mssql-server-linux
Password:
80da8088067ccd3d8dfe59f634c2f1582d2609a7d251aa16447f0ec0de2bf844

and that's it. Any Idea what's wrong?

?dl=0

Evgeny Nagimov
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Evgeny Nagimov
3 months 13 days ago

Found it :

➜ ~ docker logs jovial_jang
sqlservr: This program requires a machine with at least 3250 megabytes of memory.

Tim Veldhuizen
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Tim Veldhuizen
3 months 16 days ago

In case anyone is having issues with the navigation menu not opening when clicking on the navigation button. It seems that a reference to the bootstrap javascript is not added automatically by the code that the aspnetcore-spa generator prepared. For me, it finally worked after I added import 'bootstrap'; to the beginning of /ClientApp/boot-client.ts. If that doesn't do it for you, perhaps something else in the configuration was messed up. Perhaps you can try it with a new project.

John Roberts
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John Roberts
3 months 23 days ago

Really good contents. Thanks

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