As you start learning a language for programming, you need to know the basic concept of it. However, when you are dealing with the .NET Core project structure, basic coding knowledge is not enough, as web applications are quite complicated.
Thus, while you go to work with the ASP.NET Core project, you need to have a thorough understanding of how it looks. Hence, below in this blog, we have listed everything you need to know about the .NET Core Project Structure.
.NET Core is a free and open-source computer software framework for various operating systems like Linux, Windows, and macOS. It works on a cross-platform, which is the successor of the .NET framework.
As you create a new web project, you need to follow the necessary steps, after which you will reach out to the structure of the project. Here is how the structure looks.
This is the first node in the structure of the project. It opts to automate the multiple steps that are required to connect a project to an external service. You can easily right-click on this node to run a wizard that will lead you to do the next thorough process.
This element in the ASP.NET Core project structure includes all packets or projects on which your project is depending. It includes the following four main folders.
The properties part of the project contains various properties necessary for your project. You can modify these properties with double clicks on this node.
The Areas folder is added for the “Individual Accounts” value for the “Authentication Type” option while creating the project.
The Pages folder in the .Net core project structure includes all pages from your web applications. It comes with two default approaches for content rendering – Razor Pages and MVC.
This folder appears with new projects for the Authentication Type option that you turn on in the beginning. It collects all user-related information that you can access with the Entity Framework Core ORM framework.
The root folder files like the application, settings, program.cs, startup.cs is an important part of the .Net project.
The .Net Core project structure looks very clean and strategic, which helps you better to work easily with your applications set up and building. Each of the elements in the structure is very useful to make your project highly useful and functional.
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