Hundreds of practical ASP.NET Core samples to learn the fundamentals
There's a growing world of .NET 101 samples out there. From our own http://dot.net/videos starter videos on YouTube (over 100 and adding more all the time!) to the whole .NET learning center where you can learn and practice C# online in your browser with no install!
There's also a new "Take your first steps with C#" 4 hour online Learning Path that you can also take entirely online!
Another great resource for learning and improving your coding skills is READING and exploring code.
Community member Dody Gunawinata has been amassing a wonderful online resource on their GitHub called Practical ASP.NET Core and you should definitely check it out and give the repository a star and a bookmark! If you are studying ASP.NET Core, Dody is often found on this Gitter Channel answering questions and generally being helpful.
Over 300 samples for ASP.NET Core 2.1, 2.2, 3.0 and 3.1 fundamentals
This is a massive amount of work. Check it out at https://github.com/dodyg/practical-aspnetcore and again, star it!
Kudos to Dody for doing it and I'd encourage you to get in there an help out!
He has lots of small compartmentalized samples that show you everything from Hello World (with increasingly complex and interesting bits layered on top) to lower level samples around WebSockets and building URIs.
Many of the samples are on .NET Core 2.1 as of the timing of this blog post, but Dody has an active 3.1 LTS Branch with updated ASP.NET 3.1 samples as well! Amazing!
Here's just a few of the resources on the Practical ASP.NET Repository:
- ASP.NET Core 3.0
- Blazor Client Side (Web Assembly)
- Blazor Server Side
- Endpoint Routing
- Health Check
- Static Files and File Provider
- Generic Hosting
I know Dody would appreciate the help and this is a great way for you to get involved in open source AND learn a little about ASP.NET. Check out the Contributor Guidelines! As they say, "There is no sample that is too small!"
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Off topic but anything like this for WPF?