Azure SignalR Service is a fully managed real-time messaging service, built on ASP.NET Core SignalR. ASP.NET Core SignalR has many features incompatible with ASP.NET SignalR, so existing ASP.NET SignalR Application doesn't work with SignalR Service. We added the ASP.NET support to SignalR Service SDK to enable this scenario. This blog also lists features that are no longer supported and provides references on documents and code samples.
.NET Core 3.0 Preview 4 is now available and it includes a bunch of new updates to ASP.NET Core. Find out what's new in this latest preview release.
With this newest Blazor release we’re pleased to announce that Blazor is now in official preview! Blazor is no longer experimental and we are committing to ship it as a supported web UI framework including support for running client-side in the browser on WebAssembly.
Today we are pleased to announce improved Razor tooling support in Visual Studio Code with the latest C# extension. This latest release includes improved Razor diagnostics and support for tag helpers and Blazor apps.
In .NET Core 3.0 we are introducing a new type of application template called Worker Service. This template is intended to give you a starting point for writing long running services in .NET Core. In this walkthrough you'll learn how to use a Worker with Azure Container Registry anAzure Container Instances to get your Worker running as a microservice in the cloud.
Hopefully by now you’ve seen that [Visual Studio 2019 is now generally available]. As you would expect, we’ve added improvements for web and Azure development. As a starting point, Visual Studio 2019 comes with [a new experience for getting started with your code] and we updated the experience for creating ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core projects to match: