Making an ASP.NET Core Website | ASP.NET Core 101 [2 of 13]

>>Hey friends I’m Scott.>>I’m Leslie.>>We are going to teach you ASP.NET. This is our 101 video series. There’s been a number of video
series that we’ve already done, C Sharp and.NET Core. So we’re going to assume
that you’ve gone through those and you have some
familiarity with that, as well as maybe a little bit
of HTML, a little bit of CSS.>>Yeah.>>Sound good?>>Sounds all right.>>So let’s make a website. We’re going to go
ahead and start out by launching Visual Studio 2019. We’ve also got a video to show you how to install that if
you haven’t already, and we’re assuming that
you clicked the ASP.NET Core button that lets you
install all that stuff. Now, you can see here I
can open a local folder, or I can even clone it. I could make this
from someone else’s.>>Yeah.>>I’m going to say,
“Create a new project”.>>Okay. So one of my concerns with just building a website is
that’s a lot of components. There’s probably a lot of things I have to do in the back-end
is set it all up.>>There’s a lot of moving
parts when you make a website, and that’s where we
make these templates that give you a bit of a jump-start. It’s not quite HelloWorld. It’s HelloWorld Web edition.>>Yeah.>>So right now, I can go in
here and I could type “Web”, but I can see right off
the bat that there’s an ASP.NET Core Web application, and it’s worth pointing
out that it says, “Linux”, “Mac”, “Windows”,
so it’ll work anywhere.>>It’s fun for everybody.>>Okay, so I’m going
to hit in “Next”. Now, this is important because what we’re going
to do is we’re going to make a crafts website like Etsy.>>Yeah.>>Okay, and I’m going to
call it “Contoso Crafts”. All right, sounds like
a plan maybe.Website.>>It sounds good. Now, right
here there’s a checkbox. It says, “Place solution and
project in the same directory,” or we can maybe if in the future you and I are going
to have different projects, we might have those in
separate directories, so I’ll just make them separate
for now if that’s okay with you, and we’ll call the main solution Contoso Crafts but it’s up to you. “Create”, and then what that’s
going to do is it’s going to show in the background
and decide what’s going to do. We have a choice.>>Wow, more choices.>>More choices.>>For better for worse.>>Yeah, well, there’s lots of
different web apps that are there.>>Yeah, but I’m looking at
that web application one and that seems like the
best one to go with. I guess that’s what I want to make.>>I could do when it’s empty
which is a little intimidating. I could pick one of the new popular
things like Angular or React, and that’s cool as well,
but I think you’re right. Web application is the way to go.>>All right.>>So let’s go ahead
and hit “Create”, and it’s going to go and churn
and do that work for us, and with HelloWorld when we did a Console application it literally
just said, “HelloWorld.” Let’s see what we get when
we make an ASP.NET one. It started up with an overview and
some links to documentation and maybe even a link to this video which would be cool
instead of something else.>>Yeah.>>So I want to click on
“Solution Explorer” over here, and maybe we can open these
up and see what’s going on.>>There is a lot going on.>>So the Websites
called Contoso Crafts. We’ve got this folder full of
static stuff, unchanging things.>>It’s the default folder that it will go to when you start to build up
the application, right?>>Right. So any graphics, any CSS, any JavaScript to be put in there, it’s going to automatically
be served by our Webserver. That’s a good point, and then
we’ve got pages and these are like a dynamic code and we’re going to go and
make some changes there, and then our main program that starts up there as well as
some app settings here. That might be a little intimidating but why don’t we just run it
and see what it looks like.>>You mean if we just hit “Start”, it’s going to magically
give me a website already?>>I hope so.>>That sounds cool.>>Now, there’s two ways to do
this. We can click the play button, and that’ll go and do
a debugging session, and you know all about that
because you own the debugger.>>I do.>>Or I can say, “Start
without debugging.” Is there a reason to
do one or the other?>>Sometimes starting
without debugging can be a little bit faster. So if you don’t really
care about debugging your application at this
given point in time, you can go ahead and run
it with no problems.>>So let’s do that.
So I’m going to say, “Start without debugging,”
and it’s trying to build my application for me
for the first time. The very first time it
might be a little bit slow. Now right here this is interesting. It’s going to say, “Hey, this project is
configured to use SSL.”.>>What is that?>>Secure sockets like do we want
it to be HTTPS, that’s cool. But we’re on a local computer, and this is saying well, you need to get a free certificate
so you can be secure locally. Might sound weird,
but it’s good to be secure now so we’ll be secured later.>>Yeah.>>So I’m going to go
ahead and say,”Yes”, and it’s going to tell me that it’s going to install our certificate, and that certificate is just to make sure it works on my local machine. All right, something’s happening.>>Oh.>>Look at this.>>Already there.>>I’m going to zoom “Welcome”. Okay, so this is our HelloWorld. So HelloWorld in the
web world does include HTML and CSS, that looks pretty good.>>Yeah. So problem solved. That’s
the end of the video, right?>>All right, we should
ship it and we’re done.>>Yes. First of all.>>Exactly. So instead let’s
just change this text.>>All right.>>Shall we? Okay, so we have to
figure out where that came from.>>Yes, we got a lot
of files in there, so it might be iffy, but I’m looking at the HTML files under Pages and that might
be a good place to start.>>Okay. Well, there’s an index page, might it be in there.>>Yeah. I’m thinking
this might be the one. This looks like the
homepage that you’ll be directed to [inaudible]
if you get it out.>>So we see some stuff that
we’ll talk about later. We see a div, an H1. I remember that that’s header
one, and then the stuff there. I think that welcome is that welcome. So let’s go and change that.
What are we calling our website?>>Contoso Crafts.>>Contoso Crafts.>>All right. Now I’m
just going to hit “Control S” or I could just push the save icon there, and then can I just go back and just hit “F5” and it’ll refresh that, because I’m using
Visual Studio and we’re using a thing called
IIS, I get to do that. I can make a change, refresh, make a change, refresh.>>Save a lot of time.>>You can always do that.>>Yeah.>>You can do it a lot.>>For a lots of HTML these content, it’s usually a go.>>Yes, and down here in the lower
corner it says, “IS express.” If you’re running this on Windows, you can right-click and
say show all applications, and I can actually see
something interesting.>>Yeah.>>It’s running on
two different ports. One is secure and one is not, and that’s because we had that secure certificate at the beginning. So that’s pretty cool, and when I ran my application I
get the little lock. Now, of course we’re
not really talking to the Internet because
local host is us.>>Yes.>>But that is HelloWorld
and it worked. So I think we’re set up pretty
well for the next video.>>Yeah, that’s very simple.>>Yeah, I love it. Let’s do
it. Let’s make some Websites.>>Absolutely.


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