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Advisory Council Proposal — Call for Community Feedback Extended to December 5th

This is a cross post from the .NET Foundation blog and written by Gianugo Rabellino. --ImmoThe increased openness of .NET has sparked widespread interest in the .NET Foundation. As a result, its Board of Directors has decided to extend the timeframe for community feedback on the .NET Foundation Advisory Council to December, 5, 2014...
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Content negotiation in MVC 6 (or how can I just write JSON)

[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.IntroIn this blog, I intend to provide a simplified how-things-work and how-to-change-the-behavior. It is not intended as a deep ...

One Week of Open Source

Last Wednesday, we announced the new .NET 2015 Preview and our plans to fully open source .NET Core. What an awesome week! Thank you! We knew that you guys would really dig open source but we didn’t expect such a positive response. Within a single week, our open source blog post got more than 200k views! And even on GitHub, which seems...
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Katana, ASP.NET 5, and bridging the gap

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. This integration has resulted in several changes that make Katana v3.0 based ...

.NET Core is Open Source

Today is a huge day for .NET! We’re happy to announce that .NET Core will be open source, including the runtime as well as the framework libraries. This is a natural progression of our open source efforts, which already covers the managed compilers (C#, VB, and F#) as well as ASP.NET: This takes it to the next level by ...

Announcing .NET 2015 Preview: A New Era for .NET

Updated (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. Updated (July 2015): See Announcing .NET Framework 4.6 to read about the final version of the .NET Framework 4.6. Today is a pivotal moment for .NET. With the release of .NET 2015 Preview, we are embarking on a new journey while maintaining our strong commitment ...
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The Roadmap for WPF

When we introduced WPF back in 2006 (.NET 3.0), the response was absolutely phenomenal. Enterprises, ISV’s, and Microsoft Partners have made the technology central to their business, building amazing vertical solutions and mission critical applications for their customers. This momentum carries forward to today – 10% of all newly created ...
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New Developer and Debugging Features for Azure WebJobs in Visual Studio

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, Azure WebJobs has reached general availability, and to coincide with the release of ...

Announcing ASP.NET features in Visual Studio 2015 Preview and VS2013 Update 4

Today we released both Visual Studio 2015 Preview and VS2013 Update 4. The ASP.NET team provided many new features and updates to both the runtime and tooling in Visual Studio 2015 Preview, including: ASP.NET 5 Preview runtime This release of Visual Studio supports creating and developing ASP.NET 5 Preview applications. ASP.NET 5 ...

Dialog box may be displayed to users when opening projects in Microsoft Visual Studio after installation of Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6

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. You must manually configure this site for ASP...

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