Wrap Up1:53 with James Churchill
Congrats on completing the Fitness Frog web app! Let’s wrap up this course and talk about next steps.
You can see the completed project at http://fitness-frog.azurewebsites.net.
Finished Project Code
Here's how to get the code for the finished project:
git clone email@example.com:treehouse-projects/aspnet-fitness-frog.git cd aspnet-fitness-frog
Additional Project Ideas
If you want to work on a new project, you could extend the Comic Book Gallery website—from the ASP.NET MVC Basics course—with the ability for users to manage the comic book and series data. Or you could build a web version of the Bird Watcher Search function from the Querying with LINQ course. The possibilities are endless!
Cross-site request forgery (also known as XSRF or CSRF) is a common attack against web-based apps or applications. In future Treehouse content, we’ll cover how you can secure your ASP.NET MVC apps or applications. In the meantime, see this page for more information.
Microsoft’s official ASP.NET website is a great resource for learning more about ASP.NET MVC.
Don’t forget about Treehouse’s Community! If you get stuck on something you can post a question or you can help someone else with an issue that they’re having (which is a great way to solidify your own knowledge).
Deploying Your Website
If you want to learn how to deploy your ASP.NET MVC website to the cloud, check out these resources.
To deploy your website to a hosting provider, check out your hosting provider's support pages for instructions specific to that provider.
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