ASP.NET 5 is a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. ASP.NET 5 is fully open source and available on GitHub. ASP.NET 5 is currently in preview.
Learn about what's coming next with ASP.NET
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 March 31 at 3:30 PM Pacific time.
Scott Guthrie writes about the significant architectural updates to ASP.NET, open source, flexible/cross-platform run-time, unified programming model and more.
Daniel Roth takes a deep look under the hood of the new ASP.NET 5 runtime and the flexible, layered architecture that allows it to run on the .NET Framework, .NET Core and even the cross-platform Mono framework.
By Tom FitzMacken|
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.
By Mike Wasson|
ASP.NET 5.0 brings some big changes to the project system and build process for ASP.NET apps. In modern web app development, there are lots of moving parts: Server-side code (such as ASP.NET), clie...
By Rick Anderson and Mike Wasson|
This topic shows how to create a view component in ASP.NET MVC 6 and how to inject a service into a view.
By Mike Wasson|
This topic shows how to create a simple web API using ASP.NET MVC 6.
Eight short videos explaining what's new in ASP.NET 5 and Visual Studio 2015 for web developers.
Blog post with a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET vNext. Includes an overview of features, a walkthrough showing how to use vNext in Visual Studio and from the command line, frequently asked questions, and links to additional resources.
This 45 minute interview with Damian Edwards provides an overview of what ASP.NET vNext is, then describes changes all the way up the stack (from the operating system to application code), and covers some interesting details like Tag Helpers.
Tugberk Ugurlu's blog post provides a comprehensive set of links for learning all about what is coming up in ASP.NET vNext
Tugberk Ugurlu's blog post walks through setting up your environment from scratch to get going with ASP.NET vNext.
This blog post demonstrates how to create, build and run ASP.NET vNext applications on OSX using Sublime Text and Yeoman.
Includes instructions on how to get ASP.NET 5 on Mac and Linux.
ASP.NET vNext is very modular and will include customizable command-line scaffolding. This blog post shows you how to customize the scaffolding system.
David Fowler has some great Alpha 3 details on his blog that cover some architecture changes, explains some choices, and introduces the Global Nuget repository.
ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web API in ASP.NET vNext are becoming one singular framework: ASP.NET MVC 6. Join Daniel Roth as he shows how to create great ASP.NET web apps that serve both pages and services. First we see how to build OData v4 compliant services using ASP.NET Web API 2.2 and the new attribute routing features available in ASP.NET MVC 5.2. Then we take a look at how ASP.NET MVC and Web API are being combined into a single framework, ASP.NET MVC 6, for handling all of your Web UI and services. We learn how to use ASP.NET MVC and Web APIs in ASP.NET vNext to support connected applications for browsers, Windows Phone, Windows Store and more!
ASP.NET vNext is a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. ASP.NET vNext is fully open source and available on GitHub. ASP.NET vNext is currently in preview, and in this talk David Fowler and Damian Edwards put it all into Context.