Join Phil Japikse for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing ASP.NET Core 1.0, part of ASP.NET Core New Features.
- [Instructor] ASP.NET Core 1.0 was released on June 27, 2016, for Visual Studio 2015 update 3. It used a JSON file named project.json for project and package configuration. This has changed with 2017, and we will cover that later in this module. Of course, built on top of .NET Core, so you get all of the cross-platform capabilities, as well as performance improvements.
And different than MVC 5 and WebAPI 2.2., it is a single framework for web services and microservices. Matter of fact, their name is just ASP.NET Core. There really isn't an official MVC or WebAPI distinction anymore, although Visual Studio 2017 still has separate starter templates that will reference WebAPI or MVC. So what is ASP.NET Core? Very simply put, it's WebAPI plus MVC plus, in 2.0, Razor Pages, all in one package.
- Running and debugging ASP.NET Core applications
- Pros and cons of migrating existing applications to ASP.NET Core.
- Built-in dependency injection
- Environment awareness and app configuration
- Web host configuration and SSL
- View components invoked as tag helpers
- Configuration and logging
- Using Razor Pages
- Web API improvements
- Support for creating GDPR-compliant applications
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get to Know .NET Core
2. ASP.NET Core 1.0
3. ASP.NET Core 1.1
4. ASP.NET Core 2.0
5. ASP.NET Core 2.1
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