Category Archives: ASP.NET

5 Things to consider before deploying ASP.NET Web API to Cloud Service

ASP.NET is open-source application developed by Microsoft. It enables the development of dynamic and professional websites by incorporating several programming languages that are compatible with the CLR. ASP.NET’s unique web development system requires as minimum coding as possible to build world class web applications. Being part of the .NET Framework, ASP.NET gives access to classes in the… Read More »

ASP.NET Application Theme Management

ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. When you develop a website, you sometimes want to offer visitors several different appearances so that everyone can find happiness. This goes from the layout to the customization of controls through changes in the Fonts used for your texts.… Read More »

ASP.NET Core Tutorial – Application with CRUD Operations

In this article, we will implement CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations using ASP.NET MVC Core application with Entity Framework Core. We will take “Product” entity as reference for implementation purpose. In our previous ASP.NET Core Tutorial, we have discussed in details about the basics concepts and details related to ASP.NET Core including primary features,… Read More »

Building Real-World App with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2

ASP.NET Core and Angular 2(4+) is an ideal combination for building real world modular and cloud-optimized applications. As we know that ASP.NET Core is a complete re-write version from Microsoft for building cross-platform applications. Salary ranges for .NET developer in USA as reported by given below but with experience in latest framework version i.e. .NET Core plus exposure to Angular 2 will… Read More »

ASP.NET Core Tutorial for Beginners

With this article today, we are going to start a tutorial Series on ASP.NET Core for developers having knowledge of existing Microsoft web technologies (including ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API etc.) but wanted to start the new ASP.NET Core from the very beginning. For a practical example, you can follow ASP.NET Core… Read More »