The Microsoft .Net development environment has been with us for over 10 years. During that time many innovations and changes have occurred.
Now is the time for the next evolution of that environment - Core.
Over the coming months and years, Microsoft will moving their focus away from the traditional .Net model to the .Net Core - which aims to be smaller, more composable and a better fit for modern software development.
In this series I start to look as Asp.Net Core, MVC 6 and Entity Framework Core by convering this website. I start off in RC1 (Release Candidate 1) and conclude the article using RTM.
In this, the first in a series of articles on converting my website over to ASP.Net Core & MVC 6, I start to take a look at the basics.
In this, the second of my articles covnerting my website to ASP.Net Core & MVC 6, I copy in my existing MVC 5 contents
In this, the third in the series of looking at converting my website over to ASP.Net & MVC 6, I make it ready for release to Azure
In this, the fourth in my series of converting my website to ASP.Net Core & MVC 6, I take a deeper dive into the Gulp pipeline.
Published: 17-Jul-2016 (Modified: 21-Jul-2016)
In this, the fifth article in my series coverting my website over over to ASP.Net Core & MVC 6, I add a simple WebApi.
In this, the sixth of my articles on converting my website over to ASP.Net Core & MVC6, I add a simple database using Entity Framework 7