Full Stack Developer – Part 5 – Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Added

Today, we are going to make what we have done so far look ‘pretty’ 🙂 More specifically, the User Interface (UI). For this web application, I am going to pick some colors that look good together and using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), add them to the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) controls as well as arrange… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 5 – Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Added

Full Stack Developer – Part 4.3 – Web Application completely hooked up to API

Welcome back! In this post, we complete connecting the .NET Core Model View Controller (MVC) Web Application with the .NET Core Application Programmable Interface (API). This took me a little longer than I had anticipated, so I broke it into a couple of GIT commits: Basic post to controller working for details – Git Code 1… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 4.3 – Web Application completely hooked up to API

Full Stack Developer – Part 4.2 – First Controller/Model/View hooked up to Web API

Now we need some data, so let’s call the API we created earlier!  This took me a little longer than I had anticipated, so I broke it into a couple of GIT commits: Set up configuration/add anticipated view models/Utility classes – Git  Code 1 Location controller index action/view/model hooked up to Web Application Program Interface… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 4.2 – First Controller/Model/View hooked up to Web API

Full Stack Developer – Part 4.1 – The Basic Web MVC App

Git  Code The next blog post in this series will be to create the basic Model View Controller (MVC) application.  A really, really basic one that is literally just the scaffolding. If you remember, I talked about what I thought the web app pages would be – Location summary and a detail page. So, let’s… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 4.1 – The Basic Web MVC App

Full Stack Developer – Part 2 – The Data Layer

Git  Code If you review the current The Globe In My Bucket List Application (TGIMBA) or the .NET Core 2 version I am creating, you will notice that I create a fairly fat data layer.  I use the traditional System.Data.SqlClient classes because I like the depth and control.  My experience with the Entity Framework in the… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 2 – The Data Layer