ASP .Net Core 2.1 features: Part I

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In this post, we will see the features of Asp .Net Core 2.1 SignalR SignalR is coming into the .Net Core. I have already written a post on how to use SignalR in Net Core which is here but as some of the changes are going on … Continue reading ASP .Net Core 2.1 features: Part I

Query string in .Net core and MVC 6

As you all know that from MVC6 we are seeing some changes in our regular coding techniques. We were using below lines in MVC5 for getting values from query string: var myQueryString = Request.QueryString[“myQueryString”] But in MVC6, above lines will throw errors in your code. So, you might be wondering how can we achieve this … Continue reading Query string in .Net core and MVC 6

MVC6 (.Net core) applications are self hosted : Optional IIS integration

All ASP.NET Core applications are self-hosted. Yes you read it right! So does it mean IIS is not required? Yes, I mean we can host MVC6 application even without IIS. Wow...but How? I assume you have already downloaded .Net core from here. Next step would be to create sample MVC6 project. For now you can … Continue reading MVC6 (.Net core) applications are self hosted : Optional IIS integration