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Intro to Bootstrap in ASP.NET MVC and .NET Core





Using C# on the web is a great way to expand your audience. However, this requires you to learn more than just C#. You need to know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in order to complete your user interface design. In this video, I am going to get you started by walking you through the basics of Bootstrap, which is the web framework of choice for both ASP.NET MVC and .NET Core MVC. We will see what it is, how to use it, and how to make it even better.

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48 thoughts on “Intro to Bootstrap in ASP.NET MVC and .NET Core”

  1. SphXCyprex says:

    Thank you for this quality content! Why don't you post tutorials on Udemy?

  2. Andy Walter says:

    I have a question. How can somebody use boot strap on an existing web app that did not have it. For example, I have a web app that was originally a web api app then found out that pages had to be created too and did not want to have to create an entirely new site to use it. Is it possible to download the files somehow or is a person forced to create a new web app to have boot strap?

  3. kj24859 says:

    Super useful tutorial. You saved my day!

  4. Shawn Mofid says:

    Hi Tim, Do you use Selenium for testing ASP.NET applications you build?

  5. Tim Houtman says:

    hellooo i am new to coding and learned a few things in C#, Should i learn to code in .net core or in .net framework.
    cuz i need alot of good information on how to code. since .net core is not mature yet, it will be hard to find good instructions.
    Also i really apriciate all of your videos, big thumb up Tim πŸ™‚

  6. Erkin Genel says:

    Excellent explanations. Thanks a lot!

  7. Shawn Mofid says:

    Hi Tim, Thank you for the content sir. I am so happy to have access to these, and have the time to go through them. Could you tell me if the bootswatch version has to match the bootstrap or not?

  8. Great video, helped me a lot! Thank you

  9. A most useful video tutorial on the subject! Well done!!

  10. Jon Micsa says:

    Excellent tutorial, thank you!

  11. Just three minutes in and I have learned already something valuable.

    I am hooked.

  12. Tim, I've watched a few hundred videos over the past year to teach myself C#. You are an excellent teacher and always have great videos. I love your long and detailed tutorial series like the tournament tracker and retail manager. Right now, nobody has a great tutorial series for Asp.Net Core, Entity Framework Core, SSMS, MVC (or Angular? <– not as important as others). You would be a great teacher for a series that teaches CRUD operations for a webapp project. Something that explains how the webapi controllers and models fully work and how they bind to a webapp's client? Just a basic(or not) fullstack, real-world application. There is nothing out there like that. Sorry for the enormous request and comment!! You are the only person I want to ask! Have a nice day πŸ™‚

  13. Tim, you are the best. Please do more tutorials on Asp.Net !!

  14. Ariel Reyes says:

    This guy speaks well I understand everything he talks.

  15. Giulia Lage says:

    just curiosity, where are you from ? I use to understand better the englis accents like yours.

    I'm brazilian and has a few days I'm searching for videos how to use bootstrap with asp net and didn't found any good contents in potuguese. Thank you
    .

  16. Matt Kaiser says:

    Beware if you're using Visual Studio on a Mac. You're going to be thrown for a loop when none of the extensions used in this video are available to you.

  17. Tim Corey, thanks for your content. I usually listen to it on the way to work. I attempted to use the reload on save module, but it's not working. I am using a ASP.NET MVC project in VS 2017 Community. I think my problem is that browser link isn't working. Is that because community doesn't support browser link?

  18. Alucard says:

    Hey Tim, do you think you can do a combination of this video and your ASP.NET model forms video so we can see how to go about styling the model's edit/add pages?

    BTW you are, hands down, the best at explaining different concepts!

  19. Moises Jose says:

    thx for your videos , do you have examples using modal with asp.net core

  20. John Morris says:

    I like the added benefits of auto sizing with bootstrap 4. Now all you have to use is col and they place each in an equal size

  21. Hope to see more aps .net mvc and bootstraps, i enjoyed every minute of this video πŸ™‚

  22. fadi ksasbh says:

    m = model view = Template to render C = (response to the router) and do the logic then render the the template (view)
    may be im wrong but when i think on this way its make mvc simple to my brain
    i prefer view = template

  23. Ben Sollis says:

    Super presentation, clear, and I really felt like it was 1 to 1.

  24. Razor or MVC? Which would you recommend us to learn first?

  25. Hi Tim Corey! Nice to meet you. I'm from Brazil . I discovered this wonderful channel and learned a lot in this class about Bootstrap. Thank you so much!

  26. paul alwin says:

    Thanks for the tips for installing extensions, that will definitly improve our productivity – just wondering do you have this tip in another video by itself too? So it will be easier for people to keep track of these advises and its not hidden under another video title (bootstrap in asp mvc πŸ™‚ ).

  27. I am working on a C# MVC WebAPI project where bootstrap css is imbedded throughout. I would love to bring CSS Grid into some of the views. Can the 2 coexist well? What's the thinking on this?

  28. Carl says:

    Really appreciated this video. Well paced for learners, good coverage to get folk up and running. Thanks Tim.

  29. Hi Tim, thank you so much for your videos. I would like to ask if you could please do a tutorial on SQL server in MVC. If you could show us how to link SQL to mvc and work with SQL from from MVC and also how to do web forms. I hear web forms is going out of style but i would highly appreciate it if you could also show us how to work with the topics as mentioned through MVC 3. At the least, an SQL server through mvc tutorial would really really appreciated as well πŸ™‚

  30. I need to keep up with Tim. And hopefully join the mentor program

  31. If Your CSS doesn't work remember to disable cache in browser ! It will save you many head scratches.

  32. Ben Gordon says:

    I think it would be great to see a video on the mingling of bootstrap, asp.net, and MVC. In other words, how is bootstrap used in the process of building a asp.net application. Thanks.

  33. Today i used the alert class in bootstrap and made the alert more dynamic. I used the ViewBag to carry a custom AlertModel that holds messageType, messageTitle, and the message. The messageType is the bootstrap class that i want to use for the alert (ie alert-success, alert-danger), the messageTitle is what i want to showup in bold, and the message is well, the message. I then put the alert Div in the layout page and using the custom AlertModel i can pass alerts to the same place on my site using business logic on the backend. The default instance of AlertModel.messageType uses the d-none class in bootstrap so by default that div is not displayed.

  34. I am a great fan of your videos. Keep posting more video.

  35. Please do some videos on ASp.NET Core MVC and ASP.NET Core Razor Pages. Thank you for this video

  36. Geez, this seems so complicated to me. :/

    So what? It's just html but using premade classes instead of css?

    There's a lot you need to know just to make some basic stuff, no?

  37. cool water says:

    Finished watching. I learned a LOT! Thank you! πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  38. Gib Son says:

    Just Wow! Thank you for this tutorial. I really learn a lot.

  39. Hi Tim,

    Thanks for the video, great as always. The auto-updating of the website whilst working on it and making saved changed appear instantly seems to not be working at my end, unfortunately. I don''t know why, the extension is visible in the Extensions section from the Tools menu. But ther is no suggestion there that indicates its not working like it should, except for the presence of the Disable button not being grayed-out if that any indication. Maybe I'm not the only one having that problem…

  40. Great Video Tim, I wish you did this 2 years ago – would of saved me a lot of time. Are you gonna continue this MVC theme and add a database, pages etc, templates etc? hope so!

  41. Nhan Trinh says:

    Hi Tim, I really love your videos as always. The way you talked very detail for me and I believe for all people that want to learn the programme. Thank you so much for your limit time to make these beautiful things for us 😊. Really appreciate that.

  42. Very high quality video, as always
    Been waiting for a video about bootstrap
    Thank you so much!

  43. You know it’s a good day when @iamtimcorey posts a video. Idk how rewarding these videos are for you personally but your videos & responses encourage me to keep pushing. I wish there were more YouTube channels like yours. You take the time to explain concepts rather than just telling people to do it your way. Most people don’t understand how important that information is in the real world.

  44. But MS is working right now to make this no longer true, right? Blazor with client side rendering using Mono over WASM is in the works as we speak. Then we can finally get rid of that blight known as Javascript and use a real language on both server and client. And you can get started now with server side rendering and then switch over to client side once it's fully baked.

    There is also a 'blazorstrap', but it's straightforward to create custom components in Blazor, so honestly I'd probably not bother with it. Still, it could be a good transitional tool I guess.

  45. Luke Vincent says:

    Hey Tim, understand that same principles apply to version 4. But 4 is where we all headed. If you could make a video on how to update a .net core app to Version 4, that would be a total win. Currently, I have done it, but its a nightmare. Microsoft could have at least given us that functionality out of the box for .net core. All the docs ant tuts are definitely focused on Version 4 moving forward.

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