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Options Logging Logging with LoggerMessage Error handling File providers Working with static files Hosting Session and application state Servers Kestrel ASP. NET Core module Http.sYs Globalization and localization Configure Portable Object localization with Orchard Core Request Features Primitives Change Tokens Open Web Interface for. NET (OWIN) Web Sockets Microsoft. AspNetcore All metapackage Choose between net Core and net framework runtime Choose between core and asp net MVC Razor pages Razor syntax Route and app convention features Model binding Model validation lews Razor syntax View compilation Layout Tag helpers Partial views Dependency injection into views View components Controllers Routing to controller actions File uploads Dependency injection into controllers Testing controllers Advanced Working with the Application Model Filters Areas Application parts Custom Model Binding Custom formatters Formatting response data Testing and debugging Unit testing ntegration testing Razor Pages testing Testing controllers Remote debugging Snapshot debugging Working with Data Getting started with Razor Pages and Entity Framework Core using Visual Studio Getting started with ASP. NET Core and Entity Framework Core using Visual Studio ASP. NET Core with ef Core- new database ASP. NET Core with EF Core -existing database Getting Started with ASP. NET Core and Entity Framework 6 Azure Storage Adding Azure Storage by using Visual Studio Connected Services Get started with Blob storage and visual Studio Connected Services Get Started with Queue Storage and visual Studio Connected Services Get Started with Table Storage and visual Studio Connected Services Client-side development Using Gulp Using Grunt Manage client-side packages with Bower Building beautiful, responsive sites with Bootstrap Styling applications with Less, Sass, and Font Awesome Bundling and minification Using browser Link Using JavaScriptServices for SPAs Using the SPA project templates(preview) Angular project template React project template React with Redux project template Mobile Creating backend Services for Native Mobile applications Hosting and deployment Hosting Host on windows with lis Host in a windows service Host on Linux with nginx Host on Linux with Apache Host in docker Add app features from an external assembly using IHosting Startup Deployment Publish to azure with visual studio Publish to azure with cli tools Continuous deployment to azure with visual Studio and git Continuous deployment to azure with VSTS Publish profiles in Visual Studio Directory structure Security Authentication Community oss authentication options Introduction to Identity Configure Identity Configure Windows Authentication Configure primary key type for Identity Custom storage providers for ASP. NET Core Identity Enabling authentication using Facebook, Google and other external providers Account Confirmation and Password Recovery Enabling Qr Code generation in ASP. NET identity TWo-factor authentication with SMs Using Cookie Authentication without ASP. NET Core Identity Azure Active Directory Securing asp. net Core apps with Identity Server4 Securing ASP. NET Core apps with Azure App Service Authentication(Easy Auth) Authorization Introduction Create an app with user data protected by authorization Razor pages authorization Simple authorization Role based authorization Claims-Based authorization Custom Policy-Based Authorization Dependency Injection in requirement handlers Resource-based authorization View-based authorization Limiting identity by scheme Data protection Introduction to data protection Getting Started with the Data Protection APls Consumer apls Configuration Extensibility APls Implementation Compatibility Enforcing SSL Safe storage of app secrets during development Azure Key vault configuration provider Anti-Request Forgery Preventing Open Redirect attacks Preventing Cross-Site Scripting Enabling Cross-Origin Requests Performance Caching In-Memory Caching Working with a Distributed Cache Response Caching Response Caching Middleware Response Compression Middleware Migration ASP. NET to Core 1x Configuration Authentication and Identity Web apl Http Modules to middleware ASP. NET to asP. net Core 2.0 ASP. NET Core 1x to 2.0 Authentication and identity API Reference 2.0 release notes 1.1 Release notes Earlier release notes VS 2015/project json docs Contribute Introduction to aspnet Core 12/13/2017·2 min to read· Edit Online By Daniel Roth, Rick Anderson, and Shaun Luttin ASP. NET Core is a cross-platform, high-performance, open-source framework for building modern, cloud-based Internet-connected applications. With ASP. NET Core, you can Build web apps and services, loT apps, and mobile backends Use your favorite development tools on Windows, macOS, and Linux e deploy to the cloud or on-premises Run on net Core or net framework Why use ASP.NET Core? Millions of developers have used (and continue to use)ASP. NET 4. x to create web apps. ASP. NET Core is a redesign of ASP.NET 4 x, with architectural changes that result in a leaner, more modular framework ASP.NET Core provides the following benefits A unified story for building web UI and web APls Integration of modern, client-side frameworks and development workflows A cloud-ready, environment-based configuration system Built-in dependency injection A lightweight high-performance, and modular Http request pipeline ability to host on lIS, Nginx, Apache, Docker, or self-host in your own process Side-by-side app versioning when targeting.NET Core Tooling that simplifies modern web development Ability to build and run on Windows, macOS, and Linux Open-source and community-focused ASP.NET Core ships entirely as NuGet packages. This allows you to optimize your app to include only the necessary NuGet packages. In fact, ASP. NET Core 2 x apps targeting nET Core only require a single Nuget package. The benefits of a smaller app surface area include tighter security, reduced servicing, and improved performance Build web apls and web Ul using core mvc ASP. NET Core MVC provides features to build web APls and web apps The Model-View-Controller(MVC)pattern helps make your web APls and web apps testable Razor Pages (new in ASP. NET Core 2. 0)is a page-based programming model that makes building web Ul easier and more productive Razor markup provides a productive syntax for Razor Pages and MVC views Tag Helpers enable server-side code to participate in creating and rendering HTML elements in Razor files Built-in support for multiple data formats and content negotiation lets your web aPls reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices .Modelbindingautomaticallymapsdatafromhttprequeststoactionmethodparameters Model validation automatically performs client-and server-side validation Client-side development ASP. NET Core integrates seamlessly with popular client-side frameworks and libraries, including Angular, React, and bootstrap. See client-side development for more details Next steps For more information, see the following resources ● ASP NET Core tutorials ASP NET Core fundamentals The weekly ASP. NET community standup covers the team's progress and plans. It features new blogs and third party software

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