An Introduction to ASP.NET vNext

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The next version of ASP.NET will be completely open source, modular, and feature a no-compile refresh-and-go development process while exploiting the full power of Roslyn and the .NET Framework. Developers will be able to deploy their own private version ASP.NET with their apps, guaranteeing compatibility with side-by-side flexibility. Join us as we learn all about ASP.NET vNext and what it means for web development today and tomorrow.

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3

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Level 200

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Breakout

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DEV213

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SKYCITY Theatre

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      ByteBlast

      Quality is poor.

      Makes the code illegible :c

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      Payton Sondashi

      Will Microsoft continue to support ASP.NET Web forms on a long term basis? What plans does Microsoft have for ASP.NET Web forms?

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      frank7

      Super Top Heavy Buzzword Visual Video Experience . New information about vnext is there but thin.

      "Agile", "Innovation", "Dependeny Management Experience". "The runtime has a first class understanding ...", "Lean" "Flexible". "Mission critical development experience".

      "Phenomenal Performance, Phenomenal Performance": Can you please show us just straight numbers instead of repeating these nice words?

       

       

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      Mark Costa

      I don't know about you guys but I feel Microsoft more and more distant from the real world developers...

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      Morteza

      What does Apple Laptop says there?

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      nca

      Doesn't OWIN in .Net (2013) already allow you to "only" include what you want for better perf?

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