ASP.NET Core Certification Training

12 Sessions

Live Classes

180 Videos

Self-paced Learning

16 Labs

Hands-on Labs

Real-World Project

Learn to Implement

30 Videos

Inteview Q&A

Instructor-led Live Online Classes

Our learn-by-building-project method enables you to build practical/coding experience that sticks. 95% of our learners say they have confidence and remember more when they learn by building real world projects.
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About the Course

ASP.NET Core is an open-source framework for building web applications and services. It provides a modular and cross-platform approach for developing high-performance and scalable web applications. The ASP.NET Core training online program is primarily intended for .NET Beginners/Professionals who wish to learn how to create advanced cloud-based applications with ASP.NET Core.

The training covers various topics such as creating web applications with ASP.NET Core, developing web APIs, using Entity Framework Core for data access, implementing security and authentication, and deploying web applications to the cloud.

Why Learn ASP.Net Core Certification?

You can create a variety of online applications using ASP.NET Core, such as web pages, REST APIs, microservices, and gateways that deliver dynamic information to linked clients. It requires very little hardware and installation, and it is simple to understand. Moreover, it is a reasonably well-known programming framework that is commonly used. It is a superb choice for novice programmers to learn because there are so many chances accessible for .NET programmers globally. It is necessary to upgrade the projects from .NET 5.0 to .NET 6.0. Microsoft will no longer update .NET 5.0 with security patches. Due to security and technical support issues, it is advisable to migrate to .NET 6.0 for any upcoming projects.

What Technologies will you learn?

ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, and ASP.NET Core Web API are covered in-depth in this online course. Apart from these Project Architecture and Design Patterns, Dependency Injections, etc. are also included.

Course objectives

Participants will have the following skills after completing this ASP.Net core training online course:

  1. Understand .NET Core architecture and Advantages
  2. Build and run cross-platform ASP.NET apps on Windows, Mac and Linux
  3. Understand ASP.NET Core middleware
  4. Configure ASP.NET Core MVC
  5. Use Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core
  6. Work with Entity Framework Core
  7. Handle Errors in ASP.NET Core
  8. Create REST Service using Web API
  9. Understand and Implement Repository, Unit of Work and Dependency Injection Design Pattern
  10. Publish theirs Apps on IIS


The prerequisites to join ASP.NET Core training are, you should have some prior knowledge and experience in C#, SQL Server, and HTML/CSS basics.

Who can Join?

This course is recommended for any.NET beginner or professional who is interested in creating advanced, lightweight, cloud-based web applications.


Visual Studio 2022 or higher, SQL Server 2019 or higher.

Included in this course

  • Live Sessions 12 Classes
  • Video Course 180 Videos
  • Labs 16 Hands-on labs
  • Projects 1 Real-project
  • Practice Tests 4 Tests
  • Inteview Q&A 30 Video

.NET Core

  1. Understanding .NET Core
  2. .NET Core Features
  3. .NET Core Framework Architecture
  4. .NET Core 1.0 vs. .NET 4.5
  5. .NET Core Supports
  6. Advantages of .NET Core
  7. .NET App Model


  1. Introduction to DNX, DNVM, DNU
  2. Introduction to .NET CLI
  3. .NET CLI Commands

Introduction to ASP.NET Core

  1. Understanding ASP.NET Core
  2. ASP.NET Core Features
  3. ASP.NET Core 1.0 vs. ASP.NET MVC5 vs. ASP.NET WebForms
  4. Advantages of ASP.NET Core

Visual Studio Project Templates

  1. Understanding Visual Studio ASP.NET Core Templates
  2. Creating an ASP.NET Core project
  3. Understanding ASP.NET Core project folder structure
  4. Understanding configuration files

Model, View, Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Model, View and Controller
  2. Types of Views
  3. Creating Controller
  4. Understanding Actions
  5. Actions and Non-Actions Methods
  6. Understanding Action Results
  7. Communication between Controller and View

Razor View Engine

  1. Understanding Razor View Engine
  2. Razor View Engine vs. Web Form Engine
  3. Razor Syntax
  4. Razor Statements, Loops etc.

Routes & URLs

  1. Introduction to Routing
  2. Defining Routes
  3. Attribute Routing
  4. Need of attributes routing


  1. Understanding Html Helpers
  2. Types of Html Helpers
  3. Built-In Html Helpers
  4. Tag Helpers
  5. Inline Helpers
  6. Custom Helpers
  7. Url helpers

Server-side Data Receiving Ways

  1. Action Parameters
  2. View Models/Objects
  3. FormCollection

Reusable UI Components

  1. Partial View
  2. View Components

ViewModel & Form Validations

  1. Creating ViewModel
  2. Understanding ASP.NET Core MVC Validation
  3. Need of Server Side and Client Side Validation
  4. Validation with Data Annotation

Custom Validation

  1. Custom client side Validation
  2. Custom Server side validation

Data Passing Techniques

  1. ViewData
  2. ViewBag
  3. TempData
  4. Session
  5. Query String
  6. Cookies
Entity Framework Core

EF Core

  1. What is ORM
  2. ORMs used with .NET
  3. EF6 vs. EF Core
  4. Advantages of Entity Framework

Database Modeling

  1. Defining Mapping using Data Annotation
  2. Implementing CRUD Operations
  3. Defining Mapping using Fluent API

Database Migrations

  1. Entity Framework Code First Migrations
  2. Updating Database when the Model Changes
  3. Rollback Db changes
  4. Migrations best practices
  5. Script Migration

Database First Approach

  1. Understanding Db First Approach
  2. Reverse Engineering Approach
  3. Db First using EF Core Power Tool
  4. Updating Code using EF Core Power Tool

DB Procedures and Functions

  1. Creating and Sps and Functions
  2. Calling Stored Procedures
  3. Calling Db functions


  1. Introduction to SOA
  2. Introduction to REST
  3. REST Principles
  4. Understanding ASP.NET Web API
  5. Choosing between WCF and WebAPI

ASP.NET Core Web API Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Controller & Actions
  2. Creating Controller
  3. Creating Actions

Database Operations and Postman

  1. CRUD Operations using Web API
  2. Using Postman for testing Web API
  3. Consuming Web API using ASP.NET Core

Advanced Web API

  1. Implementing Content Negotiation
  2. Parameters binding
  3. Web API Versioning
  4. Securing WebAPI
Architecture and Design Patterns

Project Architecture

  1. Understanding Need of Project Architecture
  2. Project Architecture Overview
  3. Clean Architecture
  4. Layer Architecture

Design Patterns: Repository and Unit of Work

  1. Understanding Repository and UOW Design Pattern
  2. Need of Repository Design Pattern
  3. Need to Unit of Work Design Pattern
  4. Implementing Repository and UOF Design Pattern

Dependency Injection

  1. Understanding Dependency Injection
  2. Need of Dependency Injection
  3. Implementing DI

ASP.NET Core Best Practices

  1. Implementing Bundling and Minifcations
  2. Compress Response Size
  3. Error Logging
  4. Implementing Caching
Hands-On Labs 16 Labs

Creating View Component and Partial View


Configuring Routing and Navigation


Creating Custom Helpers


Passing Data Using ViewBag, TempData and Session


Creating User Registration Form with Validations


CRUD Operations using EF Core Code First Approach


Working with AutoMapper


Working with Stored Procedures in EF Core


Image Operations: Upload, Update and Delete


Creating A Cascading Dropdown List


Database Operations Using ADO.NET and ASP.NET Core


Creating a Listing, Paging, Sorting, and Searching in ASP.NET Core


Database Operations Using Dapper and ASP.NET Core


Angular and Asp.Net Core WebApi Crud Operations


Searching, Paging, and Sorting using ASP.NET Core WebAPI


Creating a Custom Middleware


Real World Project: ePizzaHub

Nowadays, an increasing number of people are choosing to order food online rather than cook at home. If you're thinking of starting a food delivery business, there are a few things you'll need to do to be successful. First, you'll need to choose the type of food you want to deliver.

Build a website like Domino’s, Pizza Hut or McDonald's that enables customers to have a simple, seamless, and effective online food ordering and delivery experience!

Project Scope

Public Section

  1. Home Page
  2. About Us Page
  3. Contact Us Page


  1. Login Page
  2. SignUp Page
  3. Forgot Password Page
  4. SignOut Page


  1. Item Listing Page
  2. Add AddToCart Option

Cart and Payment

  1. Cart Page
  2. Checkout Page
  3. Payment Page with payment gateway integration
  4. Payment Confirmation Page

User Module

  1. Dashboard Page
  2. Order Listing Page
  3. Order Details Page
  4. Profile Page
  5. Change Password Page

Admin Module

  1. Dashboard Page
  2. Movie Listing, Create and Edit Pages
  3. Movie Banner Page
  4. Subscription Page
  5. User Listing Page
  6. Profile Page
  7. Change Password Page

Technologies to be Used

  • C# 11
  • NET Core 7
  • EF Core 7
  • SQL Server
  • Bootstrap 5
  • jQuery

Architecture and Practices to be Used

  • Clean Architecture
  • Repository Pattern, Dependency Injection
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Build Mobile Friendly UI
  • Bundling and Minification
  • Cache
  • Errors Logging
  • Deploy Code to IIS

Intended Audience

  • .NET Beginners
  • .NET Developers
  • .NET Tech Leads
  • .NET Solution Architects

Outcome of the Project

Create what was only once thought impossible. Project development gives you the power to bring your learning into reality to solve real-world problems. It will give you an invaluable edge in a competitive job market, allowing you to showcase your real-world problem-solving abilities with confidence to potential employers to get hired.

Test Papers 4 Tests

ASP.NET Core with .NET 5

10 Questions

ASP.NET Core Fundamentals

10 Questions

LINQ and Entity Framework Core

10 Questions

Advanced ASP.NET Core

10 Questions

Course Overview

Course Overview Preview 00m 38s

MVC Pattern

MVC Pattern Preview 11m 15s

Introduction to Asp.NET Core

Introduction to core 11m 09s

Model and Views

Model and Views 04m 37s

Controller and Action

Controller and Action 04m 49s

View Engine and Razor

View Engine and Razor 02m 26s


Routing 13m 36s

Course Overview

Overview Preview 00m 39s


Helpers 16m 06s

Data Passing Techniques

ViewData, ViewBag and TempData 08m 38s
Cookies and Query String 09m 05s

Forms and Model Binding

Forms 08m 16s


Validations 08m 34s

Course Overview

Course Overview Preview 00m 50s

LINQ Introduction

Linq Introduction Preview 08m 25s

LINQ Query Tools

LINQ Query Tools 03m 12s

LINQ Query

LINQ Query 11m 43s

LINQ Operators

LINQ Operators 11m 04s

LINQ Joins

LINQ Joins 08m 46s

Introduction to Asp.Net core Q&A

Introduction to Core Preview 00m 40s

Areas and scaffolding

Areas and scaffolding 04m 14s

caching , Building and Minification

caching , Building and Minification 14m 41s

Inversion of control and Dependency

Inversion of control and Dependency 05m 28s

Dependency Injection

Dependency Injection 14m 45s

Introduction to core

Introduction to core 00m 52s

Middleware and Pipeline

Middleware and Pipeline 25m 27s


Filters 06m 53s

Security: Authentication/Authorization

Security: Authentication/Authorization 10m 39s


Deployment 03m 59s

Best Practices

Best Practices 07m 32s

Our Students Reviews

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Do you prepare me for the job interview?

Yes, we do. We will discuss all possible technical interview questions and answers during the training program so that you can prepare yourself for interview.

Q2. Do you provide training on latest technology version?

Yes we do. As the technology upgrades we do update our content and provide your training on latest version of that technology.

Q3. Do you provide any course material or live session videos?

Yes we do. You will get access to the entire content including class videos, mockups, and assignments through LMS.

Q4. Can I share my course with someone else?

In short, no. Check our licensing that you agree to by using Dot Net Tricks LMS. We track this stuff, any abuse of copyright is taken seriously. Thanks for your understanding on this one.

Q5. What If I miss my online training class?

All online training classes are recorded. You will get the recorded sessions so that you can watch the online classes when you want. Also, you can join other class to do your missing classes.

Q6. Who are your mentors?

All our mentors are highly qualified and experience professionals. All have at least 8-10 yrs of development experience in various technologies and are trained by Dot Net Tricks to deliver interactive training to the participants.

Q7. What is the difference between ASP.NET MVC5 and ASP.NET Core?

ASP.NET Core is a more modern and advanced web application framework that offers several advantages over ASP.NET MVC5, such as cross-platform support, better performance, and improved modularity. However, if you have existing applications built with ASP.NET MVC5, you can still maintain and update them and gradually migrate to ASP.NET Core to get ASP.NET Core performance and cross-platform benefits.

Q8. Should I Lean ASP.NET MVC5 before learning ASP.NET Core?

ASP.NET MVC5 and ASP.NET Core are both web application frameworks developed by Microsoft, but they have some fundamental differences in terms of architecture, features, and capabilities. ASP.NET MVC5 is based on the full .NET Framework, while ASP.NET Core is based on .NET Core. Therefore, learning ASP.NET MVC5 is not required before learning ASP.NET Core, but it could be helpful in some cases. However, if you are new to web development, you can start with ASP.NET Core directly to build cross-platform web applications.

Q9. Why ASP.Net Core is in high demand?

As more companies utilize this technology for their operations and products, the demand for .Net developers will increase. Because of its continuous expansion over time, ASP.Net Core is now extensively used by programmers and software developers. Also, it is used by a lot of corporations and governments around the world. It is now much simpler for developers to take advantage of the most recent developments in the software industry thanks to the .NET Core, which has been a major success. A cross-platform, open-source framework known as .NET enables developers to create apps more rapidly and with fewer resources.

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