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  • The first version of ASP.NET MVC appeared back in 2009, and the platform (ASP.NET Core) was first relaunched last summer. During this time, the default project structure has remained almost unchanged: folders for controllers, views, and often for models (or perhaps ViewModels).
    Article  Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // 17 days ago
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    I would like to emphasize that we will explore only authorization (a process of verifying user’s rights), rather than authentication. Thus, we will not use ASP.NET Identity, authentication protocols, etc. In addition, we will have a look at some examples of using server code and Core MVC source code. At the end of the article, you will find a link to a test project.
    Article  Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // about 2 months ago
  • I’m a huge fan of ASP.NET Core. It’s a great iteration on the ASP.NET platform and it should be your default choice for any new web development. I’m also a big fan of apps that don’t take a week to load. Fortunately, ASP.NET Core doesn’t skimp in the speed department. The framework has some great features for building fast applications. Some things that used to be hard are now easy.

    In this post, I’m going to go over a few tips for building blazing fast ASP.NET applications.
    Article  Added by DustinEwers // dustinewers.com // 7 months ago