HTMX for ASP.NET Core Developers – Tutorial
If you’re developing ASP.NET Core applications, and are looking at building a rich client-side experience, you’re in luck. We just published a new tutorial to the JetBrains .NET Guide:
In 15 steps, you will learn about a variety of topics, from installing the library into an existing ASP.NET Core application to examples of using HTMX to provide UI experiences from the simple to the extremely complex.
Finally, you’ll see a “real world” sample of HTMX in a shopping cart site, bringing together all concepts that you learned in earlier steps.
All code is available on GitHub as well, so you can explore the many examples that Khalid cooked up.
Now go check out the tutorial!
What else is there?
The JetBrains .NET Guide has several other tutorials about .NET technologies:
- Docker For .NET Developers, where we explore what Docker is and how to use it with your .NET projects.
- Moving from Visual Studio to JetBrains Rider, in which we look at the differences between both IDEs.
- ReSharper Essentials and Rider Essentials, where we cover how the JetBrains tools can help you write better code, faster.
- Profiling in Rider, in which we see how to analyze your application performance using dotTrace, dotMemory and Dynamic Program Analysis (DPA) in Rider.
- … and many more
Have your own tips & tricks to share? Want to see or write a specific tutorial? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
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