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…)
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.
Visual Studio 2015 with ASP.NET 5 is a sweet surprise for developers. ASP.NET 5 has various JSON files to play with. These files handles global settings for solution, project specific settings, client side packages and node modules packages. In the post, we will take a close look at every JSON file and its code.