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Hands-On Design Patterns with C# and .NET Core by Jeffrey Chilberto, Gaurav Aroraa

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In the previous section, we discussed what is required in order to enhance an application. In this section, we will implement these requirements. Let's first revisit the file structure of our project. Take a look at the following snapshot:

The previous snapshot is depicting our FlixOne web application, having a folder structure as follows:

  • wwwroot: This is the folder that comes with static contents, such as CSS and jQuery files, which are required for the UI project. This folder comes with the default template provided by Visual Studio.
  • Common: This contains all the common files and operations related to business rules and ...

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