Meeting Details

CMAP Main Meeting

Date:   Tuesday, May 3, 2016      6:30 PM

Location: HCC Business Training Center  (map and directions)


Building a responsive SPA with ASP.NET Core, EF Core, and Google Polymer
By: John Brown and Ken Benjamin

This talk is about developing a greenfield application as an MVP using ASP.NET Core and EF Core to provide an API for our front-end. For the front-end, we developed it using Google Polymer, Google's web component infrastructure that supports a responsive desktop and mobile application. All the technologies used both on the .NET Core and Google Polymer are new technologies and led to some interesting challenges and also some exciting new features for developers. We'll take a look at the ones we discovered during this talk.

About John Brown and Ken Benjamin -

John Brown is a Software Craftsman for over 2 decades working with Microsoft Technologies, specifically .NET development and VS Team Services (Team Foundation Server) installations and support. He is an author with Pluralsight and the founder of Tritium Consulting and a founder of Milknotes.

Ken is accomplished tech professional for over 3 decades and actively involved in the startup community. He has worked with Department of Defense in security and performance optimizations. He has a passion for web development usability especially as it pertains to marketing. He is also a founder of Milknotes.


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