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  • The Case For Go Backends
    However, usage of a C# framework like ASP .NET Core or a Java framework like OfficeFloor are more than capable in the right hands. The key is to understand the tradeoffs of each language and framework, and to choose the right tool for the job. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Exploring Xperience By Kentico: Introductions
    The administration UI is now built on React and ASP.NET Core which means it's fast 🚀! - Source: / almost 2 years ago
  • Trying to learn ASP.NET core, but confused by the documentation
    Per, "ASP.NET Core is the open-source version of ASP.NET, that runs on macOS, Linux, and Windows. ASP.NET Core was first released in 2016 and is a re-design of earlier Windows-only versions of ASP.NET.". Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How can I convince my boss not to use Windows Server?
    But how about you both get your wishes: ASP.NET Core? Use a Linux server - with which you are familiar with, to host the live/production version. And the web application itself can be locally developed and tested in ASP.NET on a Windows server, which is what your boss wants? Source: over 2 years ago
  • 3 Different Hosting Models in Blazor
    Let’s remember that ASP.NET Core is cross-platform and can run practically anywhere. If you find yourself using C # for all your development, this is probably the best scenario for you to use anyway. With it, you can deploy your web application, which would also contain your Blazor Wasm assets in the same location. - Source: / over 3 years ago

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Top 5 Flutter Alternatives for Cross-Platform Development
As for performance, both ASP.NET and Flutter perform really well. For ASP.NET Core, it’s partly due to the lightweight and efficient Kestrel web server. Flutter’s speed is thanks to the Dart VM and Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation.
Exploring 15 Powerful Flutter Alternatives
ASP.NET Core is an open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud-enabled web apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux. One unique capability ASP.NET Core introduces relates to scalability. The framework provides native integration with cloud platforms like Azure that allow web apps to scale up or out to potentially even millions of users with no code modifications at all — in other words, it allows...

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