In today's blog post, Scott Guthrie announced ASP.net 5. The biggest change is the launch of a Cross-platform open source version for the first time in 15 years. As part of Visual Studio CTP 6, this popular web development application framework is now capable of running on Windows, Macs, and Linux platforms. This update also brings some other very significant changes, including dynamic development of code changes, NuGet dependency Management, new options for configuration management, dependency integration, and faster HTTP performance without recompiling.
In addition to using the. NET core on Windows, Macs, and Linux platforms, the biggest change in Aps.net is the open source package. Other changes are not very big, but they deserve attention, for example:
▪mvc aspect: Asp.et 5 brings together MVC, Web APIs, and Web pages to consolidate and simplify model view programming.
▪ support for cloud configuration (clou-ready configuration): This means that ASP.net developers can say goodbye to Web.config and use JSON, XML, or environment variables (environment Variables) instead.
▪ support for nuget: In addition, users are now able to streamline and optimize dependency management (dependency management) through NuGet packages.
Interested users can click on the link below to learn more content.
Download Address: Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6
[Compiled from: Winbeta, Via:scottgu ' s Blog]