Chapter 7. Whys, wherefores, and technical aspects of ASP.NET Core 1.0

If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts.

—Albert Einstein

Let’s face it without fear of being pessimistic or even seeming defeatist. We’re scratching the bottom of the barrel as far as web development is concerned. There’s not much left that can be realistically added to make programming richer and more powerful in the current paradigm. The future of web programming will require that we pass through great change and at a number of levels.

The first aspect of web programming we might want to change is HTML and JavaScript. If, instead, we stick with those, we can adopt (and perhaps write for ourselves) more and more different flavors of a framework, but only slightly ...

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