DevOps and Docker Support for .NET Core Blazor Applications

DevOps and Docker Support for .NET Core Blazor Applications

DevOps and Docker Support for .NET Core Blazor Applications
DevOps and Docker Support for .NET Core Blazor Applications, This Docker Support Course with DevOps concepts using ASP.NET Core Blazor will teach you Dockerisation of Blazor Apps.
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Hi there, my name is Kaushik Roy Chowdhury. I am a Microsoft Certified Professional and hold a Master's Degree in Computer Science from Auckland University of  Technology (AUT).

Are you struggling to containerize your ASP.NET Core 3.1 applications in general and ASP.NET Core 3.1 Blazor applications in particular? This course will allow you to use Docker professionally for creating highly portable containers across all types of hosts including on cloud like Microsoft Azure. You would be able to add Docker and DevOps skills in your resume and be ahead of the pack for a great leap in your software development career.

In this course, I will teach you everything you need to know about getting started with Docker for containerizing Blazor and in general any ASP.NET Core web applications. You'll learn how to use Docker Desktop for use in Blazor applications and hosting it on the Microsoft Azure cloud. It will show you the steps to create an automated pipeline for continuous deployment on Azure.

One of the many highlights of this course is the use of Visual Studio 2019 as well as the Visual Studio Code (at the end) as IDE for development.

There is a section at the end on working with Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) which is the latest cutting edge contribution from Microsoft that lets the developers use Linux tools and distributions right from within Windows 10 OS without having to install any virtual machine and/or using Apple Mac OS or a dedicated Linux Operating System. This technology has endeared development on Windows more than ever before. This section makes sure that the learners are able to create docker containers in Linux on Windows 10 OS.

The course is for beginners. You do not need any previous knowledge of docker, images, Blazor, or Azure. We shall start from the very beginning and work our way through step by step.

Here are some of my earlier reviews from other courses on Udemy:

"Great material. Learned a lot."  - John Taylor (Master Collection Classes in C# Using Visual Studio)

"Kaushik's course's are my main reference for anything C# - I find his explanations full of detail which helps to solidify a full understanding of even the most complex aspects of C# programming." - Martin Catherall (Microsoft MVP) - Master Collection Classes in C# Using Visual Studio

"to whom all want to know what is MongoDB and use it with MVC Core i would strongly recommend you to attend in this course . i find the way how he is presenting the course its like at college when the Professor start with explaining the concept of the subject then get in practices. the last section 7 you will do more code with him with good explanation" - Abdalla Ben Omran (ASP.NET Core 3 with MVC and MongoDB)

"An elaborate and detailed description for a beginner. The author has put a lot of effort into structuring the content. Certainly proved useful to me as a starter." - Sudeep Ghatak (ASP.NET Core 3 with MVC and MongoDB)

Well explained in detail. - Fred Handal (Build and Learn ASP.NET Core 3.1 Blazor Hands-On

It's a nice introduction into Blazor server side where you got a good understanding of Blazor fundamentals - Seb Lowe (Build and Learn ASP.NET Core 3.1 Blazor Hands-On)

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