Asp.Net Core : The Complete Guide To Build RESTful Api's (Udemy.com)

Learn to build secure RESTful Api's with Asp.Net Core, Entity Framework and C#

Created by: Asfend Yar Hamid

Produced in 2020

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What you will learn

  • Understand the Web Api's
  • Build the backend for your web and mobile apps
  • Build Web Api's with Entity Framework Code First Approach
  • Use Entity Framework to query data
  • Use Model Validations to Validate the data
  • Implement Sorting , Paging & Searching
  • Implement Caching to reduce server load
  • Implement Authentication & Authorization in Web Api's
  • Deploy Web Api to Microsoft Azure
  • Test Api via Postman
  • Develop Real World Coffee Shop Api with Asp .Net Core

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Overall Score : 86 / 100

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Course Description

Welcome to the Complete Rest Api's course with Asp.Net Core and C#.
Are you tired of boring outdated and incomplete courses , then let's dive in to this course.Well I'm Asfend Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) as well as the First Xamarin University Most Valuable Professional at Udemy and in this course I'll explain you every single aspect of rest ful web api's with asp.net core and c#. Yeah I know there're lot of courses over internet but there's never a single guide that teaches you how to create a complete web api's in asp.net core. And the purpose of this course is to train you to build your own Restful web api's in asp.net core.

The main focus of this course is on the Restful Web Api via Asp.NET Core and C#. So if you're familiar with C# , Asp.Net and Entity Framework Or if you want to create the Restful web api's in Asp.Net then this is the right course for you.
If you don't have any idea about Rest Api then don't worry because in this course we'll cover all the Rest Api concepts.
By getting this course, you can be rest assured that the course is carefully thought out and edited. And I'm always happy to make the helpful content for the students.
So by the end of the course, you'll completely understand:
  • How to create a Rest Api via Entity Framework Code First Approach with all the advanced functions.
  • Implement Status Codes
  • Adding Migrations in Web Api's
  • Adding Content Negotiation
  • Implement Validation in Web Api's
  • How to add the Routing and Custom Methods
  • Implement Sorting , Paging & Searching
  • Implement Authentication and Authorization and secure your Api with JWT
  • Setup Auth0
  • Adding Caching inside the Rest Api's
  • Create SQL Database on Microsoft Azure
  • Deploy Web Api on Microsoft Azure
  • Create A Real World Coffee Shop Api From Scratch to End (No Copy paste code I'll explain you each and every single line of code so that you can create a complete Real World Apis in Asp.Net Core happily)


Don't waste your time
Don't waste another minute of your precious life on poor quality videos courses. Or instructors who you can't understand. Or teachers who have no real world in-person teaching experience. Your time is precious. In this course you'll get a best instructors with carefully crafted content, beautiful outline and proper structured material and learning by doing.
I'll explain you each and every single line of code. I've been in your shoes and every time copy and paste is not a solution and that's why I've tried to create everything in front of you so that you can learn how to solve the errors. We'll learn every thing from scratch.
And before this course you don't need my other courses. If you're a C# developer then you should go ahead with this course.
After this course you'll be very much familiar with Asp.Net Core Web Api's and you'll be able to create any kind of real world web api's in asp.net quite easily as well as efficiently.
Sign up today, and look forward to:
  • Over 4 hours of HD 720p video content
  • Building a Real World fully-fledged Web Api's including ones that use Rest Api Architecture , Access Token , Authentication , Authorization, Caching and much more.
  • All the knowledge you need to start building any api you want


Remember...
After this course you'll get all the Source Code and along with this I'll also share the links and helping material for the Rest Api's with you but you need your personal Azure Portal where you can launch your web api.
I'm so confident that you'll love this course that we're offering a FULL money back guarantee for 30 days! So it's completely risk free, sign up today with ZERO risk and EVERYTHING to gain.
So what are you waiting for? Click the buy now button and join the world's First Complete Rest Api's Course with Asp.Net Core and C#.Who this course is for:
  • Developers who are familiar with C# Programming Language.
  • Some prior programming experience in Object Oriented Programming languages will also help to pick the concepts easily.
  • Developers who want to build the Complete Restful Web Api from A to Z.
  • Developers with no knowledge of Asp .Net Core Web Api's who want to build Restful Web Api's with this framework.

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Instructor Details

Asfend Yar Hamid

I'm Asfend, I'm a Xamarin Forms Developer and Xamarin University MVP fluent in Xamarin Forms, C# and Microsoft Azure. I'm the lead Xamarin instructor at Microtechx where I've taught over 2000+ students in-person at our Microtechx classroom.

I'm also a Software Engineer and a true Microsoft Lover. I've started my programming career in 2014 and now I'm Xamarin University MVP as well as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional.
I've worked with top technical companies. Now I'm working with Microtechx.
I've many titles with my name including
Microsoft MVP , Xamarin University MVP , Xamarin Consultant , Xamarin Community Speaker , Technical Trainer and Team Lead at Microtechx.
Aside from my career, I really enjoys sharing my knowledge with others. The lesson I learned from my life is that "No matter what you are and who you are it is your responsibility to gain knowledge from everywhere. Because without knowledge we cannot differentiate between human and other creatures on this planet" (asfend).
In addition, I believe that "The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you."

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Really good for the basics of Asp.Net Core and RESTful APIs, it really helped me to understand the basic concepts and some other things that are good to take into account while making APIs.

Very good introduction or reinforcement course for back-end web development with ASP.NET Core / EF Core. I enjoyed the course.

Positives:- Quick and to the point- Covered 80% of what you would need for a RESTful API in .NET Core- Has section on deploying to Azure- Demo's had no bugs and worked the first time- OAuth Security section was done wellNegatives:- Lacking in context, the "why" is never answered- Using dated .NET Core 2.1 Framework- Lacked testing content- Lacked depth in content- Some code smell in the demos- Real World Expresso demo seemed rushed and covered only main topicsCourse content was a little dated, using .NET Core 2.1(3.1 is out as of this review), but generally still relevant, but there were a handful of times I had to go to google to find differences between 2.1 and 3.1 which wasn't difficult. Quality was generally good; there weren't any typos or bugs in the code that was demonstrated.If you want a course that is short, gives you just enough information to get a basic understanding of how to implement a RESTful API in .NET Core, this is probably a good fit. It is really an intro to .NET Core web API in a condensed time format. I wouldn't call this a complete guide, as it really only scratches the surface of the topics it covers, and lacks deeper context of why you would do it like that.I was a bit dissapointed that there wasn't a section on unit testing. I am not expecting high levels of code coverage, just a small section on here is how you would mock out models, test controllers etc.Overall it was a decent course, with some room for improvements. It does a good job of getting you up to speed on the basics in a short duration of time(I probably spent around 8 hours running through the demos, and fiddling around with different aspects of it).

Asfend is the man. If you can't learn web api from this course you should look at a different career. He is on point with no BS and clearly defines and demonstrates examples of all the topics.

I really loved this course. The course contents are really really good and the instructor is really knowledgeable. Overall very good experience.

Mostly outdated content since it was last updated years back. I don't know how relevant this is in 2019. There is no point in buying this course in 2019 unless the instructor update the content.

His knowledge is excellent. The language difference I can work around.

Few things are confusing and explained given wrong example. Things should be explained more clearly. What is Proxy server? Are you talking about Kestral?I believe things can be explained more clearly.

Great course! The instructor is very good and his examples are helpful and his commentary is descriptive. He clearly knows his subject well!Two minor issues -- one, some sections didn't do closed captioning. This presenter has a heavy accent and I was using the CC option to ensure that I picked up everything he said correctly (not as helpful as you'd think since it does some kind of speech to text that is also pretty poor, but better than not having it at all). The second issue is a little tougher - when he talks about the Nuget packages, I didn't have most of them and it turns out that some of the ones he has or is using are not compatible with the latest, greatest - so it was a challenge to get the Nugets to work. You _could_ successfully go with the exact versions he's using _or_ you could do what I did and try to find more recent, but still compatible packages. This is not a course issue, it's just a fact that the technology moves fast and if you're taking this course weeks (or months) after it's released, it's going to be a challenge to get the packages to work together.Still, I'm getting loads of benefits from this material and would highly recommend it!

Oui mais j'aurai prfr voir le dploiement du coffee que de l'API quote sur Azure mme si il suffit de refaire la section deployment.

Great course! Easy to follow. All the steps in building and deploying your API to Azure. I would recommend if you're interested in Web API development with ASP.NET Core.

Could have included the other possibilities of authentication.For a beginner it provides scope of learning