ASP.NET Core 1.0

The model adopted for ASP.NET applications that use .NET Core is totally based on the previous MVC model. But it's built from scratch, with the target on cross-platform execution, the elimination of some features (no longer necessary), and the unification of the previous MVC with the web API variant; so, they work with the same controller type.

Besides this, the code doesn't need to be compiled prior to execution while you're developing. You change the code on the fly and Roselyn services take care of updating; so, you just have to refresh your page to see the changes.

If we take a look at the new list of templates, after installing .NET Core in the "Web" development section, we're offered a classic version of ASP.NET, where we ...

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