Get to know the Umbraco codebase. Developing an application requires knowledge about the tool you're working with. This section will give you an introduction to the structure of Umbraco.
Describes the entire process - from a front-end user request to content delivery
Custom URLs and custom MVC routes
The different type of controllers and what they can do
Manipulating Umbraco database data (CRUD)
Customising the behaviour of an Umbraco Application at 'start up'. e.g. adding, removing or replacing the core functionality of Umbraco or registering custom code to subscribe to events.
Umbraco has a range of 'Core' Services and Helpers that act as a 'gateway' to Umbraco data and functionality to use when extending or implementing an Umbraco site.
Examples of how to setup Unit Tests with Umbraco
Examples of how to setup Integration Tests with Umbraco 9.1.0
Using Nullable reference types, it's possible to ignore warnings or intentionally use null as an argument to a method expecting a non nullable reference.