ASP.NET Core Deep Dive into MVC

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ASP.NET Core is a completely new web framework for building modern cloud-based web applications. In this presentation learn all about ASP.NET Core and including the latest features and innovations in MVC. You’ll see how you can build applications that run cross-platform on Windows, Mac and Linux via .NET Core. You’ll also see how ASP.NET Core MVC gives you a unified web programming model for building both web UI and web APIs.



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    Please change the name to something other than ASP.NET. It's a new product. Maybe you could call it Ruby On Rails Wanna Be, or, just Disaster for short.

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    Robert Fuszenecker

    I think ASP.NET Core is a brilliant product.
    Really, it is.

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    Where do i get the sample code which the speaker used during presentation?

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    Talk about complete overkill.  SMH

  • User profile image

    Daniel Roth rocks! Awesome ASP.NET Core

  • User profile image

    "You have have everything in the kitchen sink if you want" Unless it's Web Forms. Then, you are left out in the cold.

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    That's awesome. They now have JSP custom tags. Only been in Java since 1999.

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    Is there a release date in the horizon 

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    Man, you've really roused the trolls and the neckbeards in this comment thread.  Don't mind these naysayers and those without anything more than their dismissive surface understanding of what you guys are building here.

    Keep up the great work on this great new foundation for the next 10 years of .Net web development!

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    Thanks so much for introducing Swagger! I had no idea that it existed and it really is a freaking godsend.

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    I don't think some people in this discussion are just naysayers. By the tone of their comments, either they have been paid by the competitors to try to put down Microsoft endeavors, or they are really mentally unstable. They must have been going through very ugly issues in their personal lives and are using this channel to vent out their frustrations. It doesn't matter which technology a company puts out there, or which company is doing it. It is always beneficial for many people. If it is not good enough for you, get over it, or go ahead and build your own sh**, if you can.

    Congratulations Scott and Daniel! These are awesome productive new features.

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