ASP.NET has been Microsoft's core Web development platform since 2002. Starting with Web Forms at the very beginning, then morphing into MVC and ASP.NET Web Pages, it's been quite a ride. And just when you thought you knew the ropes, along comes ASP.NET Core 1.0, which represents a change comparable in magnitude to the original move from the classic Active Server Pages to ASP.NET.
The Visual Studio Live! ASP.NET track covers all this more. Come take in the content, to get current and stay that way, with coverage of the following:
- Angular and ASP.NET MVC
- Hard Core ASP.NET Core
- Knockout JS and MVC Sites
- Migrating to ASP.NET Core
- Secure Web APIs in ASP.NET Core
- User Authorization for ASP.NET Core and MVC