The ASP.NET Core Module (ANCM) is a global IIS module that has been responsible for proxying requests over from IIS to your backend ASP.NET Core application running Kestrel. Since 2.0 we have been hard at work to bring to two major improvements to ANCM: version agility and performance.
HttpClient factory is an opinionated factory for creating HttpClient instances to be used in your applications. It is designed to:
1. Provide a central location for naming and configuring logical HttpClients. For example, you may configure a client that is pre-configured to access the github API.
ASP.NET Core 2.1 adds a number of features that make it easier and more convenient to build Web APIs. These features include Web API controller specific conventions, more robust input processing and error handling, and JSON patch improvements.
Please note that some of these features require enabling MVC compatibility with 2.1,
This post was written by Ryan Nowak
In 2.1 we’re adding a feature to address a long-standing problem for maintaining MVC – how do we make improvements to framework code without making it too hard for developers to upgrade to the latest version?
Since 2013, ASP.NET developers have been using SignalR to build real-time web applications. Now, with ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview 1, we’re bringing SignalR over to ASP.NET Core so you can build real-time web applications with all the benefits of ASP.NET Core.
There are 3 options to get ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview applications running on Azure App Service:
1. Installing the Preview1 site extension
2. Deploying your app self-contained
3. Using Web Apps for Containers
Installing the site extension
Starting with 2.1-preview1 we are producing an Azure App Service site extension that contains everything you need to build and run your ASP.NET Core 2.1-preview1 app.
Securing web apps with HTTPS is more important than ever before. Browser enforcement of HTTPS is becoming increasingly strict. Sites that don't use HTTPS are increasingly labeled as insecure. Browsers are also starting to enforce that new and existing web features must only be used from an secure context (Chromium,
Today we’re very happy to announce that the first preview of the next minor release of ASP.NET Core and .NET Core is now available for you to try out. We’ve been working hard on this release over the past months,
Today we released stable packages for ASP.NET MVC 5.2.4, Web API 5.2.4, and Web Pages 3.2.4 on NuGet. This release contains some minor bug fixes and a couple of new features specifically targeted at enabling .NET Standard support for the ASP.NET Web API Client.
If you’re developing applications that target Azure services (e.g. Web Apps, Functions, Storage), you’ll want to know about two powerful tools that come with Visual Studio 2017 and the Azure development workload: * Cloud Explorer is a tool window inside Visual Studio that lets you browse your Azure resources and perform specific tasks – like stop and start app service,