The below resources will get you up to speed on what's happening with the next version of ASP.NET.
Additionally, the weekly ASP.NET 5 Community Standup covers live community Q&A, product team discussion and the most recent updates. Recordings of previous meetings are available.
Next meeting is December 1 at 10:00 AM Pacific time.
[video] ASP.NET 5 has been re-imagined from the ground up to provide a faster development experience, best in class performance, full side-by-side support, and cross platform support for Linux and Mac. In this video, Scott Hunter gives an overview of what's new in ASP.NET 5 and provides a short demo of the new tooling inside of Visual Studio 2015.
Ready to jump in with ASP.NET and MVC? Hear from ASP.NET star Scott Hanselman and a stellar crew, as you create your first application. Find out how to get started with Visual Studio, how to obtain the necessary bits to start creating an ASP.NET application, and how everything is put together.
ASP.NET 5 is a significant redesign of ASP.NET. This topic introduces the new concepts in ASP.NET 5 and explains how they help you develop modern web apps.
Get the bits and installation instructions you need to get started with ASP.NET on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
This article walks through creating your first ASP.NET 5 web application using Visual Studio 2015.
In this tutorial, you’ll create a simple web app using ASP.NET MVC and Entity Framework (EF). The app stores records in a SQL database and supports the basic CRUD operations (create, read, update, delete).
ASP.NET 5 is cross-platform and can be developed and run on Mac OS X as well as Linux and Windows. See how you can quickly install, scaffold, run, debug, and deploy ASP.NET applications on a Mac.
Tag Helpers enable server-side code to participate in creating and rendering HTML elements in Razor files.
Includes instructions on how to get ASP.NET 5 on Mac and Linux.
Build and debug modern web and cloud applications with Visual Studio Code. Code is free and available on your favorite platform - Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
In this tutorial you’ll build a simple web API for managing a list of “to-do” items using ASP.NET MVC 6.