|Number of Pages||376 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||15 x 2 x 22|
Building single page app using ASP.Net Core and Angular is not at all meant for fresher's or for those who just started programming. This book covers tone of client-server side technologies. For exampleitusesasp.Net Core, entity framework core, webapi, repository pattern, unit of work pattern, Angular, responsive design principles, XHTML 5, solid principles, design patterns, etc. To name a few. Now to illustrate each and every concept right from the scratch is fairly impossible as it kills the purpose of writing this book. This book is for my readers who regularly ask me to write something combining all these principles. There are tone of developers and professionals around the world who know these concepts in bits and pieces but don’t know how to connect the dots to build as an application. This book is entirely written around industry & coding standard, design principles. Hence, if you are fresher or just started your job, I would recommend to understand basics first and then refer this book. Otherwise, this will appear overwhelming at the beginning. From the second br>Chapter, you will find questions section at the end of every br>Chapter if you are following this book precisely, you should be able to answer these questions on your own. These are project specific questions which are generally asked in any technical interviews. Contents br>Chapter 1: getting started br>Chapter 2: creating solution from the blank slate br>Chapter 3: creating data context br>Chapter 4: implementing web API br>Chapter 5: getting started with Angular br>Chapter 6: deeper into Angular br>Chapter 7: adding more features using Angular br>Chapter 8: adding more features to the app br>Chapter 9: authentication & authorisation br>Chapter 10: Introduction to Azure and cosmosdb.