On-Demand Workshop: Upgrade Your Skills From ASP.NET WebForms To ASP.NET Core
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Length of Course: 4 Hours of In-Depth Training
Type of training: Self-Paced, Hands-On, On-Demand
Access: 3 Months
Do you have ASP.NET WebForms experience? Do you want to translate those skill to ASP.NET Core? Then you will want to watch this On-Demand Training.
The ASP.NET WebForms framework will still be supported for quite some time with bug fixes, but it is not going to be added to ASP.NET Core. In other words, it's not dead, it's simply done.
What this means to your organization is that those existing applications written in WebForms don't need to rewritten in ASP.NET Core. As long as they continue to effectively satisfy the business' needs, they can be maintained for quite some time. However, all new development should be done using ASP.NET Core.
What this means to you is that there will be plenty of maintenance work available for WebForms developers. If you want to work on greenfield projects, you will want to move your skills to ASP.NET Core.
Phil will cover the Model View Controller pattern and its ASP.NET Core implementation, views and layouts (the MVC equivalent of master pages), routing web requests to the correct area/controller/action combination, dependency injection, application configuration, environmental awareness, view components, tag helpers, client libraries management, and bundling and minification. With Phil's deep experience in delivering ASP.NET Core solutions to customers all over the US, this training will focus not just on the topics, but how and why they should be leveraged when building real world applications.
Meet Our Speaker
An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .NET since the first betas. He has been developing software for more than 30 years and has been heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil is co-author of the best-selling "C# and the .NET 4.6 Framework," the lead director for the Cincinnati .NET User's Group and Cincinnati Software Architect Group, co-hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast, founded the Cincinnati Day of Agile, and volunteers for the National Ski Patrol. Phil is also a published author with LinkedIn Learning. During the day, Phil works as an enterprise consultant and agile coach for large to medium firms throughout the U.S. Phil enjoys learning new technology and is always striving to improve his craft.