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ASP.NET Community Standup

Watch the weekly ASP.NET Community Standup for live demos, Q&A, roadmap information and more.

ASP.NET Core 2.1 roadmap

Dan Roth outlines the features and improvements that are planned for the ASP.NET Core 2.1 release, which is targeted for mid-year 2018.

ASP.NET Core WebHooks - Running the AzureAlertWebHook

Mar 19, 2018

Adam Storr runs the ASP.NET Core WebHooks project locally and debugs the AzureAlertWebHook end point.

BlueMilk is Ready for Early Adopters

Mar 16, 2018

Jeremy Miller announces the availability of BlueMilk, a new OSS Inversion of Control tool he's building specifically for usage in Jasper applications, but is also a high performing replacement for StructureMap in .NET Standard 2.0 applications.

Adding HTTP Headers to improve Security in an ASP.NET MVC Core application

Mar 15, 2018

Damien Bowden shows how to add headers in a HTTPS response for an ASP.NET Core MVC application.

Upgrading a 10 year old site to ASP.NET Core's Razor Pages using the URL Rewriting Middleware

Mar 14, 2018

Scott Hanselman begins to upgrade his popular podcast site to ASP.NET Core Razor Pages, merging the old and the new with ASP.NET Core's URL rewriting middleware.

Use Ajax To Perform CRUD Operations In ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

Mar 13, 2018

Bipin Joshi illustrates how to develop a Razor Page that performs CRUD operations using Ajax calls.

Blazor: a technical introduction

Mar 12, 2018

Steve Sanderson provide some deeper technical details for those interested in how Blazor, a framework for browser-based applications written in .NET, running under WebAssembly, actually works.

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