.NET Presentations: Events in a Box!
Welcome to .NET "Presentations in a Box." We have a listing of workshops and presentations YOU can use AND contribute to! Remix and share, and present at Meetups, User Groups, CodeCamps, or Conferences! Not familiar with .NET? Download open source .NET Core for any OS at http://dot.net or try it in your browser at http://try.dot.net now!
Here are the presentations from .NET Conf 2019, along with creative content and info you can use to put on your own .NET Conf Local event!
Are you completely new to .NET? No problem! Here’s a half day workshop for developers who have no experience with .NET Core or ASP.NET. We’ll start with the basics and build up to a movie database website with search.
In this workshop, you’ll learn by building a full-featured ASP.NET Core application from scratch. We’ll start from File/ New and build up to an API back-end application, a web front-end application, and a common library for shared data transfer objects using .NET Standard.
Blazor is a single-page app framework for building client-side web apps using .NET and WebAssembly. In this workshop we will build a complete Blazor app and learn about the various Blazor framework features along the way.
Are you ready to get started with .NET Core? This one day workshop covers the basics, then digs into web development with ASP.NET Core, .NET Standard, porting from .NET Framework, and containers.
This ASP.NET Core workshop is broken down by topics: middleware, front-end, etc.
Level 100 Beginner 45min presentation on what .NET is and how to get started!
Overview of the .NET platform, open source ecosystem, features in the latest releases, and the future roadmap of .NET Core 3.0. Great for keynotes.
Overview of Security and Identity in ASP.NET Core 2.0, including Authorization Policies, Cookie Auth, and TOTP. Demos included.
Complete walkthrough of mobile development with Xamarin. This includes how Xamarin integrates into the .NET ecosystem to build iOS, Android, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS apps with .NET and Visual Studio. This goes through all of the essential pieces to development with Xamarin.
This deck focuses on the latest developments in Xamarin.Forms that will help developers share more code and build beautiful native iOS and Android apps in less time.
Xamarin.Essentials, a powerful cross-platform library that provides a clean and lightweight API to access common features on mobile platforms, in your cross-platform C# apps without writing abstractions or platform-specific code.
Stop polling and enable bi-directional communication between your server and mobile apps, in real-time. Better yet share all your real-time communication business logic between iOS and Android Xamarin apps with .NET Standard and SignalR.
Community E-Books and Tutorials
This is a great way to learn ASP.NET Core key concepts, with A-Z deep dives on important concepts and features from “Authentication & Authorization” to “Zero-Downtime Web Apps”.
This free e-book guides you through creating a really cool application using ASP.NET Core Razor Pages, AJAX, 3rd party APIs, mapping, data integration with CSV source data, and more.
You don’t need to know anything about web programing or ASP.NET Core to get started! The Little ASP.NET Core Book is structured as a tutorial. You’ll build an app from start to finish and learn:
- How to build an application with the ASP.NET Core framework
- The basics of the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern
- How to read and write data to a database
- How to add login, registration, and security
- How to deploy the app to the web
Dody has built an amazing collection of over 180 code samples for ASP.NET Core 2.1, 2.2, and 3.0 fundamentals. These are really focused samples that are quick to set up and run, and he keeps them really up to date.
A step-by-step, self-paced tutorial for learning the basics of the actor model and Akka.NET syntax. You’ll learn how to create your own actors, how to use them to build highly concurrent applications safely and easily, and you’ll learn how to integrate actors with other popular .NET technologies such as the Task and Parallelism Library (TPL.)
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