Web development has become the dominant approach for building enterprise software. To provide your best on every project, you need to understand the server and browser client worlds. On the server there's ASP.NET classic, and ASP.NET Core; meanwhile, the browser client is evolving rapidly, with constant changes and updates to Angular, Bootstrap and related frameworks. But more than this, there's now WebAssembly and the ability to run other languages natively in the browser, including C/C++, C#, and many more. Your need to keep up-to-date with all these technologies has never been greater, and we're here to give you the knowledge you need!
Topics in this track include:
- ASP.NET Core 2
- Versioning ASP.NET Core APIs
- Signal R and Reactive Extensions
- Reactive client development with RxJs and Angular Forms
- Angular application testing
- Bootstrap 4