ScottGu’s Blog – Introducing ASP.NET 5

ASP.NET 5 is an open source web framework for building modern web applications that can be developed and run on Windows, Linux and the Mac. It includes the MVC 6 framework, which now combines the features of MVC and Web API into a single web programming framework.  ASP.NET 5 will also be the basis for SignalR 3 – enabling you to add real time functionality to cloud connected applications. ASP.NET 5 is built on the .NET Core runtime, but it can also be run on the full .NET Framework for maximum compatibility.

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ASP.NET MVC Controller Vs. Web API – 5 Things You Should Know – BinaryIntellect Knowledge Base

ASP.NET MVC allows you to expose functionality through action methods. One can also expose the functionality as a Web API. Beginners often find it confusing to decide when to go for an MVC controller driven approach and when to go for a Web API. Here are five main considerations that can be helpful while taking a decision.

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One reference architecture in PaaS cloud solution. – Jian Wu’s Blog

It is from projects to demonstrate cloud energy and relieve big headaches in traditional solutions, the architecture can be realized smartly with public cloud while keep connected with local network, and the reference may help in Windows Azure, Amazon Web Service and more cloud platforms.

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Jeff Putz – Repositories gone wild

One of the very beneficial side effects of the rise of MVC in the ASP.NET world is that people started to think a lot more about separating concerns. By association, it brought along more awareness around unit testing, and that was good too. This was also the time that ORM’s started to become a little more popular. The .Net world was getting more sophisticated at various levels of skill. That was a good thing.

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