In this section, We will discuss about ASP.NET Core Hosting Model. The hosting model for ASP.NET Core is very different from previous versions. This is one of the key areas where majority of improvements happened in Core Model.
In this section, we are going to delve in Visual Studio 2017 Installation and some basic features. In next edition, we’ll delve further in advanced use cases around the same. In order to get started, first you need to download the exe file from https://www.visualstudio.com/
In this section, thought of sharing one of the interesting stuff around WCF topic. Here, in this post, I will be explaining how to create Channel Factory first then in 2nd post, we will see how to create how to create channel factory using reflection and why it is actually needed. Hence, let’s get started with Channel Factory definition first of all.
In this section, I am going to talk about generic constraints. I have been getting queries around this, hence thought to put some material around the same. Generic Constraints are one of the lovely features of C#, which I guess developers are less using may be because of understanding.
In this section, we are going to understand new pipeline concept in ASP.NET Core which is Middleware. If you have been doing ASP.NET stuff since a while, you must be knowing that HTTP-Handlers and HTTP-Modules have always been part of ASP.NET processing structure. But, with new ASP.NET Core concept, Handlers and Modules are now history. They are no longer in use. Rather than that new Pipeline is implemented and that is called Middleware. Developers can utilize normal existing Middlewares or they can write their own custom middleware depending on the need. Below is the high level diagram of MiddleWare.
In this section, thought of getting started new series on ASP.NET Core stuffs right from the beginning. The very first thing which needs to be done here downloading the core components from http://dot.net. Here, you will get two options LTS(Long Term Solution) and Current. I prefer LTS as this is how it is going to be in future. The major difference which I see is Project Type System (.xproj –> .csproj) change and project.json is going away. This has been done to embrace the existing Microsoft ecosystem which is based on .csproj system.
As new year is about to come, thought to share thoughts with you all. First of all I would like to thank you all for being awesome, reading and appreciating the content. It gives me immense satisfaction writing and sharing posts with you guys.