This course assumes you have covered the details in the previous courses (a programming level at least past object oriented principles).
It will cover how to write an MVC application, they implied layers involved and how to separate them into actual physical layers in the software.
Assuming a basic understanding of programming concepts obtained from the previous course. We will build on that here by explaining what MVC is, and how such a program is structured. Introducing basic design patterns (generic repository, dependency injection etc.) and explaining when they should be used. We will take a look at entity framework as the data access layer, and how to separate that out, and also how to separate out domain (business), service (Web API), and UI layers.
Mother language: English
Spoken languages: English
About the teacher
I am a professional software engineer and IT consultant. I enjoy helping others to become successful at their IT career and helping them to fast track their way to their goals by helping them set realistic goals and achieve them. I am very interested in all things technology related.
BSc Software Development - IT Sligo, 2012.
MSc Web technologies - NCI, 2014.
I have taught many college students both while in college and after and helped them get better grades.