This post is part of a series
In the part I of this post, you can see how to create an ASP.NET Core application using Visual Studio 2019. We will continue the topic in this post.
We left off the last post with a teaser for a very important folder in ASP.NET Core Web Application development. Here is an expanded view of that folder.
If you don’t want to use these extra libraries, no problem — just delete them from the lib folder.
If you want to add new libraries, click on the project and select “Manage Client-Side Libraries”
Static files are accessible via a path relative to the web root. For example, the Web Application project template contains several folders within the wwwroot folder:
The easiest way to add a static resource to your page is to drag it from the solution explorer into the <head> section of your page. For styles, it will automatically create a relative link to the
In Part III of this post, I will discuss Partials and Pages.
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