Sorry for the possibly dumb questions. But then does .NET 5 have a "Model View Controller" workflow? I'm seeing ASP.NET still exists. But it's just "ASP.NET", no "MVC" or "Core" attached to the end. And they seem to recommend Blazor instead of C# which is something I only know the name of. Source: 4 months ago
Cloud functions run aspnet core under the hood, but since it is a controlled environment it was designed in a way that the only concern you should worry about is running your function so all of the usual boilerplate related to adding services, middleware or enabling features is hidden away from you which for most simple scenarios this is what you will need and in the case of F# where dependency injection is more... - Source: dev.to / 6 months ago
I'm doing "backend data processing microservices" and the main framework component is ASP. Source: 6 months ago
.NET has had various templating frameworks since its inception in the early 2000's. From the likes of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Forms(WF), ASP.NET Core MVC, Razor Pages to Blazor and now .NET MAUI. Microsoft offers a way to choose an ASP.NET Core web UI for developers to find the right user interface(UI) to use for their solution. The focus however is on Blazor and in particular for webAssembly. - Source: dev.to / 9 months ago
ASP.Net is just a framework on top of .Net that allows the building of web apps and services easier. Source: 11 months ago
Personally, I enjoy working with the SAFE stack . Altough, it may not be quite what you are looking for. Other than taht, ASP.net may very well be a good choice, definitely more traditional.  Or the tried and tested LAMP/LEMP stacks may very well be good choices for you. I must admit though, that my knowledge in this area is rather limited, so give a lot of scrutiny to my suggestions. ... - Source: Hacker News / 12 months ago
C# (pronounced C-Sharp) is a simple, modern, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language. ASP.NET is one of the top frameworks for building modern applications using C#, F#, or Visual Basic. - Source: dev.to / about 1 year ago
After working with AngularJS for a little while, a colleague recommended React, and then after trying (and failing with) Redux, I embraced hooks and naturally function components in React. While my back end APIs are still all written in .NET Core, and now that .NET Core has become .NET 6, I don't even run my front-end SPAs in ASP.NET any more. They are now static web pages created as React projects with npm hosted... - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
I recommend that once you feel you've gotten a good grasp on how Python works, you should switch to C#. Then you can start using ASP.NET, an incredibly popular framework used to create web APIs and the like. Source: over 1 year ago
I'd just go with the ASP.NET documentation. Download and install Visual Studio. Source: over 1 year ago
As far as I know, that will be ASP.NET stuff for web development... Microsoft has some resources such as https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/apps/aspnet , click "get started" and there's a tutorial on how to build a simple "hello world" web app with ASP.NET. And I think most if not all windows computers come with IIS which you can use to set up your own local web server to build your website with. Might just have... Source: over 1 year ago
Do you have any previous coding experience, no matter how basic? If you do, then you could go through the tutorials in the official website as they're a good way to get introduced to the stack. Source: over 1 year ago
Can we also talk about how it is Asp.Net Core? And even then not consistently (e.g. The announcement blog calls it core but the official page does not). Source: over 1 year ago
Messaging clients such as Discord, Telegram, and Slack fall into this category. On C#, networking is done using the System.Net namespace, or more usually, with the ASP.NET framework. In C++, more low-level socket functions are used, hence why complex networking is traditionally done in C#. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
The official Microsoft learning resources are free and pretty good. Source: almost 2 years ago
ASP.NET is a network application framework that is greatly supported by Microsoft. It entered the market in the 2000s but today’s community already consists of 60.000 developers. ASP.NET web software development is characterized by all the necessary functionality: fast performance due to the compiled code, vertical scalability, support for all authentication protocols, numerous libraries. This framework turned out... - Source: dev.to / almost 2 years ago
Https://dotnet.microsoft.com/apps/aspnet Maybe I didn't specify, my bad. Edited. Source: about 2 years ago
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