In this second chapter, we’ll switch from theory to practice: more specifically, we will choose the kind of web application that we want to build and how we can do it in accordance with the expectations of a typical product owner.
In the second part of this chapter, we’ll start our development journey by setting up our local development environment and create our first Angular and ASP.NET Core projects.
Here’s a full breakdown of the topics we’re going to cover:
- A full-stack approach: The importance of being able to learn how to design, assemble, and deliver a complete product
- Multi-page applications (MPAs), single-page applications (SPAs), native web applications (NWAs), and progressive web applications (PWAs): Key features of and the most important differences between the various types of web applications, as well as how well ASP.NET and Angular could relate to each one of them
- A sample SPA project: What we...