Announcing: Building Your First API with ASP.NET Core Course at Pluralsight

Today, I’m very happy to announce that my latest Pluralsight course, Building Your First API with ASP.NET Core, went live.

It’s a course focused on building APIs with ASP.NET Core (the title might have given that away ;-)), and you don’t need any previous experience with ASP.NET Core.  Here’s the full description:

ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core signify the direction Microsoft is taking with their developer frameworks.  Both have been built from the ground up, and a lot has changed.  ASP.NET Core isn’t an upgrade to ASP.NET, it’s a new framework altogether.   In this course, you’ll learn about the important concepts of ASP.NET Core related to building an API, like working with middleware, MVC, services and Dependency Injection.  We’ll build an API from scratch, and we’ll connect it to a database via Entity Framework core.  After this course, you’ll have a good understanding of what ASP.NET Core is and how to build an API with it.

You can watch the course at Pluralsight.  If you don’t have an account yet don’t worry: you can easily start with a free trial.

Happy coding! :-)

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2 Comments

Tom

I’m confused about the services.AddTransient(interface, concrete)

if you are going to have
#if debug
services.AddTransient();
#else
service.AddTransient();
#endif

why not just say:
#if debug
services.AddTransient();
#else
service.AddTransient();
#endif

Thanks,

-tl

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Tom

apparently the ‘less than’ / ‘greater than’ get removed. the parameters were supposed to be
IMailService, LocalMailService / IMailService, CloudMailService
on the first line and
LocalMailService / CloudMailService
on the second line

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