[Update] – We decided to make two significant changes starting with Beta3, we are to not include the XML formatter by default, as well as special treat browsers. The content below is still relevant up to MVC 6 Beta2.
In this blog,
This post is for developers that have been using the Microsoft Owin components (e.g. the Katana project) and want to know how it relates to ASP.NET 5.
As discussed in Katana’s roadmap, the next major version of Katana is being fully integrated into ASP.NET 5.
With Visual Studio Update 3, the Web Tools Extensions team added a number of great features to make it easier for ASP.NET developers publishing web applications to Azure Websites to enable background processing using Azure WebJobs. Since the Update 3 release,
After the installation of the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6, users may experience the following dialog box displayed in Microsoft Visual Studio when either creating new Web Site or Windows Azure project or when opening existing projects.
Configuring Web http://localhost:64886/ for ASP.NET 4.5 failed.
We’ve got two big events coming up next week.
Nov 10th-13th in Vegas is an exciting open-source web conference that’s collocated with DevIntersections. That means you can register for one and attend both! Come see Scotts Hanselman and Scott Guthrie,
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