Nearly every application needs to manage users, roles, rights, authentications and authorizations. Asp.net Core works well with the default identity framework provided by .net team.
If you are starting a new application, you can start right from the code/model first approach. In most cases you have an existing database with an existing application in that case we will need to use scaffolding to create our models automatically.
How to identify the dependencies? Its really simple. You need to divide your application into smaller possible components. Lets assume the smallest component we are talking about is a class. A class provides the definition of attributes and behaviors, of an object. An object can perform certain responsibilities (behaviors). To perform these responsibilities they may need to initiate other smaller components. Tada! here comes the dependency.
For single page applications you can easily use Mvc middleware with following method. app.UseMvcWithDefaultRoute(); But for an application that presents more than one pages and navigate between those pages often demands a better management of the routes to those pages. You can use Mvc middleware with following method where you can pass route configurations. app.UseMvc(Action configureRoutes); As it … Continue reading Asp.Net Core 1.1 MVC Routing in VS2017