ASP.NET 5 RC 2 or ASP.NET Core 1.0 RC as ASP.NET 5 is now ASP.NET Core 1.0 should be out mid Feb 2016. Since we are still not sure about the new release name, so for this post let’s continue to use ASP.NET 5 RC 2. Earlier I posted about what’s coming in ASP.NET 5 RC 2, in which I mentioned about a new dotnet cli tool to replace DNX commands. In this post, let’s take a looks at what’s new in ASP.NET 5 RC 2 release as shown by ASP.NET team in NDC conference earlier this year. This is not a complete list and I believe this list will grow when ASP.NET 5 RC 2 comes. (more…)
Tag Helpers were introduced in ASP.NET MVC 6, and one the tag helper is Select tag helper. Select tag helper is used to generate dropdown list and it’s an alternative for
Html.DropDownList. In this post, we will see how to use select tag helper and how to bind select tag helper to model data or enum values. Also read How to use image tag helper in ASP.NET Core MVC 1.0
Last week Microsoft announced that ASP.NET 5.0 has been renamed to ASP.NET Core 1.0. And it’s a welcome change and quite needed to address the confusion. As ASP.NET 5 is completely a new platform to build cross platform applications and it was written from scrath. The latest version of ASP.NET is 4.6 and It is possible to run ASP.NET 5 on top of the full .NET 4.6 Framework/platform or to run ASP.NET 5 on .NET Core.
ASP.NET 5 RC 2 is scheduled for release in Feb 2016, after ASP.NET RC 1 released in Nov 2015. And this will be the last release before the final release. Go ahead and read Quick summary of what’s changed in ASP.NET 5 before you go further. In this quick post, let’s find out what’s coming in ASP.NET 5 RC 2 release.
It’s been quite a while since ASP.NET Core is released. And ASP.NET Core is completely different from its previous version. In fact, it completely re-written to make it fast, better, modular, cross-platform support. So here is quick and short summary of what’s changed in ASP.NET Core compared to all its previous versions.
I already posted about various json files with ASP.NET Core and a detailed article about project.json file. I briefly also mentioned about launchsetting.json in
asp.net 5 ASP.NET Core in my post, but in this post let’s deep dive into it’s each section and understand it. BTW ASP.NET 5 is now ASP.NET Core 1.0.