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Web Camp Training Kit

Suggested agenda for a one day Web Camp

Session Time (min) Activity
Keynote 30 Presentation
Introduction to ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2015 Web Tooling 90 Presentation
Demo - Getting started with ASP.NET Core
Demo - Visual Studio and Web Essentials
Demo - Tag Helpers
Building Web Applications using the latest ASP.NET technologies 60 Presentation
Demo - Building and deploying an ASP.NET application
Building web front ends for both desktop and mobile using the latest web standards 60 Presentation
Demo - Building a SPA interface using Angular 2
API Services for both web and devices 60 Presentation
Demo - Overview of Web API backend from GeekQuiz
Demo - Building a Universal Windows application front end
Running, improving and maintaining a site in the real world 60 Presentation
Demo - Scaling a production website
Demo - Handling change (EF migrations, Deployment rollback)
Demo - AAD Authentication
Wrap Up 30 Presentation

Hands on Labs

Name Time (min) Description
Web Sites in Production 75 This hands-on lab will show you the different topics you could encounter when deploying your site to production environments in Microsoft Azure.
Visual Studio 2015 Web Tooling 45 This hands-on lab will show you how to use the new HTML, CSS and JavaScript editor features included in Web Essentials.
Introduction to ASP.NET Core 1.0 60 This hands-on lab will introduce you to ASP.NET Core 1.0, a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud-based Web applications using .NET.
ASP.NET MVC 6 and Single-Page Applications (SPAs) 60 This hands-on lab will show you how to create a Single-Page Application (SPA) by implementing the service layer with ASP.NET Web API to expose the required endpoints to retrieve the application data. Then, you will build a rich and responsive UI using AngularJS 2 and CSS3 transformation effects.

Full presentation list

Session Description Demos
Keynote This session will overview the Microsoft web platform and introduce fundamental building blocks like Visual Studio 2015 and NuGet. It will include an overview of Microsoft Azure and encourage attendees to sign up so they can "play along" with demos throughout the day.
Introduction to ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2015 Web Tooling We'll start out by explaining the One ASP.NET experience in Visual Studio 2015. We'll continue with an introduction to ASP.NET Core. Next, we'll introduce new features for web developers in Visual Studio 2015 and Web Essentials, explaining how Visual Studio is the best editor for HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well as your back end code. We'll also look at some new features across the ASP.NET platform including new Bootstrap templates, the new scaffolding system, and the new membership and identity system. Demo - Getting started with ASP.NET Core
Tag Helpers
Visual Studio and Web Essentials
Building Web Applications using the latest ASP.NET technologies This session will include a quick introduction to the MVC pattern, then build and deploy an ASP.NET Core website using MVC, Entity Framework Code First, and Microsoft Azure Web Apps. We'll continue building this demo scenario (the GeekQuiz app from the BUILD 2013 keynote) throughout the day. Building and deploying an ASP.NET application
Building web front ends for both desktop and mobile using the latest web standards In this session, we'll dig into the latest web standards - HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript with jQuery, and responsive web design. We'll see how to apply some of the web dev features in Visual Studio 2015 shown earlier in the day with real world application. This session extends the GeekQuiz application by building in a single page application (SPA) interface using Angular 2 and CSS3 transitions. Building a SPA interface using Angular 2
API Services for both web and devices This session will begin by explaining what HTTP services are and some HTTP API design principles like REST and Hypermedia. We'll build out the HTTP API back end for the GeekQuiz application using ASP.NET Web API, then show how we can leverage it with a Windows Store front end. Overview of Web API backend from GeekQuiz
Building a Universal Windows application front end
Running, improving and maintaining a site in the real world We've built and deployed a site, but that's the easy part. How do we keep it running and make it better? We'll see how to leverage Microsoft Azure to solve three real world challenges: scaling, handling change (without downtime or headaches) and managing multiple environments. Scaling a production website
Handling change (EF migrations, Deployment rollback)
AAD Authentication
Wrap Up This session will review what's been covered throughout the day and show where to go to learn more.