Blog #23

Blog #23

 18 May 2018

Features of ASP.NET Core

It's been a while since Microsoft introduced .NET Core and with it ASP.NET Core. The new ecosystem has evolved over time, from a basic set of features at the initial launch, missing a lot of the functionality from the full .NET Framework, to a far wider range of functionality today, with some new and re-imagined features. In this article I am going to give an overview of some of the new features of ASP.NET Core.


Razor Pages

ASP.NET Core 2 brought with it Razor Pages. These are stand alone pages in MVC that do not require a controller. By adding the @Page directive at the top of any cshtml file, MVC knows this page is a Razor Page and will be able to serve it without a method on a controller.


SPA Templates

A huge trend on the web at the moment is to use a single page application template, such as Angular or React. ASP.NET core recognises this and provides templates out of the box for Angular, React, or React with Redux, the three most popular options on the web at the moment. This saves a lot of time and configuration if you do wish to go with the single page application format.


To find out about other features such as DbContext Pooling, SignalR and HTTPS Redirection, download our May Newsletter by clicking the below image.

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