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Blazor Certification Training

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Blazor Course Overview

The Blazor Certification Training is a specialized program designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills required to master Blazor development. This training encompasses in-depth learning of both Blazor Server and Blazor WebAssembly, enabling participants to build interactive client-side web applications using the .NET framework.

Throughout the Blazor certification training, participants will receive hands-on experience, practical exercises, and real-world projects to enhance their proficiency in Blazor development. The curriculum covers essential topics such as component architecture, data binding, routing, security, and deployment strategies.

Course Objective

At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to;

  1. Understand the Blazor platform.
  2. Build UIs with components.
  3. Utilize data binding and event handling.
  4. Compose components.
  5. Deploy a Blazor WebAssembly application to production.
  6. Consume Server Data via REST APIs and SignalR.
  7. Build a Single Page Application (SPA).
  8. Understand debugging on both the server and the client.
  9. Call existing JavaScript libraries.
  10. Share Razor Components between projects.
  11. Learn to build end-to-end applications using Blazor.
  12. Use Blazor Best Practices to build enterprise-grade applications.
  13. Application Deployment on IIS and Cloud.

Why Learn Blazor?

.NET Core is fast and cross-platform. These stats back the statement.

Blazor Career Scope

.NET is employed by the world's leading companies. Discover the salary and skills of .NET Core and Blazor developers.

Tools and Technologies Covered

.NET Core
Web Assembly
ASP.NET Core
Blazor
Bootstrap
LINQ
EF Core
Web API
Swagger
SQL Server
Visual Studio

Blazor Course Key Features

  • 6 Weeks of Intensive Live Training
  • Learn from Microsoft MVPs
  • Build a Food Delivery real-world Website
  • Career Coaching
  • Resume & Portfolio Building
  • Job Assistance

Blazor Course Eligibility

Pre-requisites

The prerequisites to join Blazor 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.

Included in this Blazor Certification Training

  •   Live Sessions12 Classes
  •   Projects1 Project(s)
.NET Core

.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

.NET CLI

  1. Introduction to DNX, DNVM, DNU
  2. Introduction to .NET CLI
  3. .NET CLI Commands
Blazor Server
  1. What is Blazor?
  2. Blazor Hosting Models
  3. Blazor Server vs. Blazor WebAssembly
  4. What is WebAssembly?
  5. Browser Compatibility
  6. WebAssembly vs. JavaScript
  7. How does .NET Core / C# run in a web browser?

Blazor Server

  1. Understanding Project Structure
  2. Routing
  3. Default Layout
  4. Nested Layouts
  5. Navigation
  6. Components
  7. Razor Syntax

Blazor Server: Razor Components

  1. Component Parameters
  2. Event Handling
  3. Lifecyle Methods
  4. Templated Components
  5. @key Directive
  6. Attribute Splatting
  7. Composing Components
  8. Passing Data Between Components

Blazor Server: Forms and Validations

  1. Form Overview
  2. EditForm Component
  3. Standard Input Components
  4. Data Binding
  5. Data Validation
  6. Data Annotations
  7. Validation Components
  8. Custom Validation
  9. Custom Input Components
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. Understanding Db First Approach
  2. Reverse Engineering Approach
  3. Db First using EF Core Power Tool
  4. Updating Code using EF Core Power Tool
  5. Implementing CRUD Operations

DB Procedures and Functions

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

Blazor WebAssembly

  1. Understanding Project Template
  2. Configuration
  3. Dependency Injection
  4. Environments
  5. Logging
  6. Handling Errors
  7. Debugging WebAssembly

Blazor WebAssembly: Razor Components

  1. What is a Component?
  2. Creating a Data Model
  3. Binding the Data Model to the HTML
  4. Handling Events
  5. Manually Trigger State Updates and Re-rendering
  6. Decompose a Component into Smaller Components

Blazor WebAssembly: Data Binding and Data Passing

  1. One-Way Data Binding
  2. Two-Way Data Binding
  3. Pass Data from a Parent Component to a Child Component using Parameters
  4. Pass Data from a Child Component to a Parent Component using Event Callbacks
  5. Use Keys to Optimize Performance
  6. Use Refs to Access DOM Elements

Blazor WebAssembly: Forms and Validations

  1. Explore Form Element Two-Data Binding
  2. Build Forms with the Blazor Edit Form Razor Component
  3. Explore the Concept of the Edit Context
  4. Use the Specialized Edit Form Controls
  5. Applying Validation to the Form
  6. Decorating the View Model with Validation Attributes
  7. Code Custom Validation Attributes
Web API and SignalR

Web API

  1. NET Core MVC Web API
  2. What is ASP.NET Core MVC?
  3. What is a REST API?
  4. What is an API Controller?
  5. Injecting the Http Client
  6. Exploring the Http Client
  7. Calling a REST API from a Blazor Component using the HttpClient
  8. Build a REST API with ASP.NET Core MVC
  9. Implementing Authentication and Authorization

SignalR

  1. What is SignalR?
  2. What are Web Sockets?
  3. Understand Two-Way Data Flow with SignalR
  4. Use SignalR to communicate between Razor Components and ASP.NET Core server

Interacting with JavaScript

  1. What is the JavaScript Interop?
  2. Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Calls
  3. How to call a JavaScript function from a Component?
  4. How to call C# code from JavaScript?
  5. Organizing JavaScript Code within a Blazor WebAssembly App

Real World Project: ePizzaHub

Nowadays, more 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

Account

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

Items

  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

  1. C# 12
  2. Blazor 8
  3. EF Core 8
  4. SQL Server
  5. Bootstrap 5

Architecture and Practices to be Used

  1. Clean Architecture
  2. Repository Pattern, Dependency Injection
  3. Authentication and Authorization
  4. Build Mobile Friendly UI
  5. Bundling and Minification
  6. Cache
  7. Errors Logging
  8. Deploy Code to IIS

Intended Audience

  1. .NET Beginners
  2. .NET Developers
  3. .NET Tech Leads
  4. .NET Solution Architects

Outcome of the Project

Create what was only once thought impossible. Project development allows you 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 confidently showcase your real-world problem-solving abilities to potential employers to get hired.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. 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.

Q2. 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.

Q3. 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.

Q4. 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.

Q5. 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.

Q6. 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.

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