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S. NorbergAdvanced ASP.NET Core 3 Security https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6014-2_1

1. Introducing ASP.NET Core

Scott Norberg1 
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Issaquah, WA, USA
 

The writing is on the wall: if you’re a .NET developer, it’s time to move to ASP.NET Core sooner rather than later (if you haven’t already, of course). While it’s still unclear when Microsoft will officially end its support for the existing ASP.NET Framework, there will be no new version, and the next version of ASP.NET Core will just be “ASP.NET 5”. Luckily for developers weary of learning new technologies, Microsoft generally did a good job making Core look and feel extremely similar to the older framework. Under the covers, though, there are a number of significant differences. ...

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