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Architecting Modern Web Applications with ASP.NET Core and Azure

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This guide book provides end-to-end guidance on building monolithic web applications using ASP.NET
Core and Azure.
ebook, 113 pages
Published 2017 by Microsoft Corporation
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Andrew
Apr 06, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: ebook
This is a free ebook that you can get from https://ardalis.com/architecture-ebook. It doesn't really get too deep into anything in particular. It's mostly a high-level overview of a bunch of stuff related to web dev, with a lot of links out to the web for more info. I was hoping for more stuff on Azure, but there really isn't much on that. If you're a little behind in your web dev / ASP.NET skills and you want a broad (but shallow) overview of the current state of things, this ebook might be wor ...more
Robson Castilho
Sep 06, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: software
The beginning is very good, focusing on designing an application with best practices in mind: Separation Of Concerns, Dependency Injection, Layers, Testing, etc. After that, the book becomes a rushed guide about implementing, testing and deploying ASP.NET Core applications on Azure, leaving the best parts to the reference links.

ps: I would give 3 stars but the book lacks revision. There are some bad formatted code, missing images and misplaced code.
João Neves
Dec 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: programming
Very nice.
This is not an in depth guide on DDD, TDD, CI/CD, but it provides us with a lot of good introductory guiding paths.
Probably not for a long time dev/architect, but definitely a good read for those who are starting out, or the ones that never got into the best practices of modern web applications with ASP.NET Core.
Highly recommended!
Andy Helms
Jan 06, 2020 rated it liked it
This is a free ebook, made available through Microsoft. It was a good overview of various technologies available under the ASP.NET Core umbrella. I'd recommend it for someone who is looking to get a general overview of these technologies, rather than someone looking for an in-depth guide on anything specific.
Damian Zydek
Oct 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: computer-science
It contains a brief description of developing applications with ASP.NET Core and much less information about using Azure, and even less about application architecture. Fortunately, every chapter contains links to resources to get more information.

This book can be most helpful for those who are new in developing Web Apps in .NET.
Brian Koser
Good overview of ASP.NET Core. Definitely read online because a lot of information is only linked to; not including that information would put this at 3 stars.
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Great book on modern web application architecture! This will definitely be a nice place of reference for my next ASP.Net core project!
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