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Learning Angular for .NET Developers by Rajesh Gunasundaram

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CoreFx and CoreCLR in .NET Core

Through the years, .NET has been reinvented multiple times. There is a .NET Framework for Windows Desktop, Windows Store apps, and Windows Phone. We also have the framework we used all along for ASP.NET 4 and earlier apps. Microsoft invented a way to share code between all the different platforms with portable class libraries and with the concept of universal apps. However, wouldn't it be a lot easier if we had a version of .NET for all platforms? Not only for Microsoft that has to keep all these stacks up to date, but also for us developers who have to learn and maintain all these versions. The purpose of .NET Core is to be the one .NET version that rules them all, and it all starts with ASP.NET! Another motivation ...

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