NET Core 3.1 is now available! Check out what's new in ASP.NET Core in this release.
.NET Core 3.1 Preview 3 is now available! Check out what's new in ASP.NET Core in this release.
.NET Core 3.0 made many improvements in distributed applications manageability. Learn about exciting new features and our plans in this area.
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The HTTP Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) is a lightweight, cross-platform command-line tool that’s supported everywhere .NET Core is supported. It’s used for making HTTP requests to test ASP.NET Core web APIs and view their results. You can use the HTTPRepl to navigate and interrogate any API in the same manner that you would navigate a set of folders on a file system.
With the updates in .NET Core 3 preview 6, the host logic has been pre-wired to enable the Forwarded Headers Middleware by default as long as the `ASPNETCORE_FORWARDEDHEADERS_ENABLED` environment variable has been set to `true`. This post goes into some detail on how this can fix potential HTTPS issues when behind a reverse proxy.
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:
This post describes the EnableBuffering() extension method which enable re-reading of ASP.NET Core request body.
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is now available for Microsoft Library Manager (LibMan) and can be downloaded via NuGet. Look for Microsoft.Web.LibraryManager.Cli
The LibMan CLI is cross-platform, so you’ll be able to use it anywhere that .NET Core is supported (Windows,
Scott Guthrie recently shared one of my favorite anecdotes on his Azure Red Shirt Tour. A Microsoft customer regularly invokes 1 billion (yes, that’s with a “B”) Azure Functions per day. The customer reached out to support after the first month thinking there was a bug in the billing system,
Bower is a popular package management system for managing static content used by client-side web applications. Visual Studio provides rich support for Bower, including templates and package management tools.
In October 2017, there were announcements on Twitter hinting that the Bower platform was being deprecated.