Category: ASP.NET 5

  • Create a Simple Database App With ASP.NET Core

    In this post, we will create an ASP.NET Core application that connects to a database and uses CRUD (create, read, update, delete) to manage database records. CURD Using CRUD (create, read, update, delete)  in ASP.NET Core allows us to create applications that connect to a database and manage records. Entity Framework (EF) Core To connect…

  • How to Add Form Validation to an ASP.NET Core MVC App

    How to Add Form Validation to an ASP.NET Core MVC App

    In this blog post, we are going to show you how to add form validation to an ASP.NET Core MVC app.

  • Create a Simple Form with  ASP.NET Core 6 MVC

    Create a Simple Form with ASP.NET Core 6 MVC

    In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a simple form with ASP.NET Core 6 MVC.

  • Difference Between .NET SDK And .NET Runtime

    Microsoft .NET is a software framework that is used to build, run, and deploy applications across multiple platforms. It includes a rich class library, compilers, metadata, and several application models for building both standalone and hosted applications on the web.

  • Add a New Razor Page To ASP.NET 5 Project

    ASP.NET Razor Pages is a new web framework for building dynamic pages using templates, partials, and code-behind files. Razor Pages has been built from the ground up with a singular focus on creating simple yet powerful web pages. There’s no view engine to decide between server-side or client-side templating, so you have the option to…

  • Create ASP.NET 5 Form Using Tag Helpers

    This article will show you how to create a basic ASP.NET 5 (ASP.NET Core 1.X) Form using Tag Helpers. We will form HTML elements based on a C# model and use standard Razor syntax in the markup. There are various options available when creating an ASP.NET 5 page, including [and not limited to] using [plain…

  • How To Run ASP.NET 5 Websites On IIS Server

    ASP.NET 5 (formally Core) is the latest release of the ASP.NET web development framework by Microsoft. ASP.NET 5 is cross-platform, which means it can be run on any operating system with support for .NET frameworks, unlike previous versions that were only available for Windows operating systems.