Most of you already know about it and rest are still confused and don't know what the hell is happening. This may help for the one who are still digesting the big changes and not sure what is going on! Story started long back (more than an year ago) and now have finally (I think) reached a much mature stage (comparatively). Big Name Change Starting with ASP.NET vNext (or vNext in general) with "K" set of tools. Then they renamed it to be called as ASP.NET 5 and finally settled with .NET Core 1.0 / ASP.NET Core 1.0. Scott wrote about it few months back and I recommend to take a read (really a short one - "Naming is hard."). Parallel Universe The .NET and Webstack continues the journey forward now in parallel. First: This one is "Windows Only" stack which currently includes .NET 4.6 » Read more

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The brand new version ASP.NET 5 (a.k.a ASP.NET vNext) can be developed and hosted on all three major platform - Windows, Linux and MacOS. Getting started with ASP.NET 5 (TODO: Link to be updated with new Post for .NET tools) is not so hard after all and is definitely fun to play early. The biggest break through that comes to .NET and ASP.NET world is the capability to write and host anywhere. Yes you can now develop and host a ASP.NET Web application - MVC or WebAPI even SignalR on any platform - Windows, Linux and MacOS. This has always been the de-facto standard for windows since long using Visual Studio (prior VS2015) but it can be fun on Linux and MacOS also using your favourite editors or Visual Studio Code. Following step needs to be performed on a brand new spinning Linux » Read more

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