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ASP.NET Core: Cloud-ready, Enterprise Web Application Development by James Singleton, Valerio De Sanctis, Mugilan T. S. Ragupathi

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Chapter 6. Applying Styles

Up to this point, we have done our best to keep the layout as simple as we could, so we could focus entirely on the server-side and client-side coding aspects of our app: ASP.NET Core Web API Controllers, Angular 2, C#, and TypeScript. Keeping the layout to a minimum is generally a wise approach when we're learning something new, it also has a few downsides, though, the biggest one being the blatant fact that our application is rather unattractive, to say the least: there is no user, client, or customer that wouldn't say that... or worse.

How bad is it, doc?

It almost entirely depends on what we're planning to do with the project we've been working on; as we just said, while we're working our way through tutorials, demos, ...

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