Published on March 18, 2017 by programmingwithmosh

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

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Dhaval Patel
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Dhaval Patel
2 days 22 hours ago

Can u please share with us video where CRUD operation using yeoman aspcore and angular 2 project… pls

Jonatas Viana
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Jonatas Viana
6 days 19 hours ago

Shouldn't you have started saying the prerequisites?! After 10 minutes of video I discovered that I don't have the prerequisites to the course, but I will try anyway, hahahaahah….

Tanveer Akhtar Watto
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Tanveer Akhtar Watto
7 days 33 minutes ago

Hi Mosh, I have taken your basic courses, from Pakistan. I have no idea about angular 2, Can I start from this course or I have to make base on individual angular course first..And I really like your way of teaching and You are totally fabulous at teaching..

Houda Mezni
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Houda Mezni
22 days 5 hours ago

PLZ can u make a video about ASP.NET MVC 5 and angular 2

RG Edu
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RG Edu
24 days 21 hours ago

Dear Mosh i wish that you create the following courses 1 – Design Pattern Repository Pattern in depth.2 – Entity Framework Core in depth.3 – React.4 – Xamarin forms or WPF.

T Cheng
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T Cheng
26 days 2 hours ago

49:28 It should be at the account level, not machine.

T Cheng
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T Cheng
26 days 3 hours ago

43:51 The statement "This is the middleware (UseStaticFiles) every ASP.NET application needs" does not apply to API only applications.Furthermore, Angular front-end applications can be and, once they are beyond the one-person effort, are almost certainly developed outside the backend environment and no longer tightly integrated with the backend as the structure created by the ASP.NET utility. It's the so-called Loosely-Coupled System.

T Cheng
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T Cheng
22 days 6 hours ago

I am not making an assumption, but specifically referring to non-full-stack applications.For applications that serve as API only, there is no front end, e.g. HTML, JavaScript, CSS, at all. Therefore, the call to the method in question is not always required.

Programming with Mosh
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Programming with Mosh
22 days 7 hours ago

I'm not sure why you're making this assumption! Have you ever heard of full stack developers? 🙂 Also, UseStaticFiles is still required because the first view that bootstraps Angular is rendered on the server and returned to the client. There, there are references to static files.

T Cheng
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T Cheng
29 days 6 hours ago

About running SQL Server docker image on Linux – I am following this tutorial using a Ubuntu virtual machine running on Windows 10. Is that even possible to run a docker image on a virtual machine?

Patrick Oh
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Patrick Oh
1 month 4 days ago

Awesome video!

Melvin Sebastian
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Melvin Sebastian
1 month 5 days ago

Well Done Sir……..Thankkkkkkk Youuuuu so soooo muchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh……………………………………………….

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