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ASP.NET Weekly - Issue #37

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Hey everyone 👋 This week is a bumper edition as we have new preview releases from Microsoft for .NET
 
April 13 · Issue #37 · View online
ASP.NET Weekly
Hey everyone 👋
This week is a bumper edition as we have new preview releases from Microsoft for .NET Core 2.1 and Visual Studio 15.7.
Along with that, the bloggers have outdone themselves and written so many great blog posts this week, so I tried to highlight more of those in the Featured Blog Posts section. Due to this, I have decided to forego the Interesting Videos and Code sections for this week.
Also, remember to check out the More Good Stuff section at the bottom of the newsletter for many more great blogs posts I could not feature.
Are any of you living in Ho Chi Minh City? I’ll be there next week, so if you live there and want to grab a Saigon beer and talk .NET, please reply to this email. I like meeting readers everywhere I go! 😀
Hope you enjoy the content and have a wonderful weekend!
- Jerrie Pelser

Featured Blog Posts
Loading Related Entities with Dapper Many-to-One - Part 2
Implementing custom token providers for passwordless authentication in ASP.NET Core Identity
Six things I learnt about using ASP.NET Core’s Razor Pages
Slack apps on AWS Lambda using .NET Core 2
Generic and dynamically generated controllers in ASP.NET Core MVC
Revisited: Is WCF faster than ASP.NET Core? Of course not! Or is it?
Optimizing an ASP.NET Core site with Chrome's Lighthouse Auditor
A list of cool Chrome DevTools Tips and Tricks
I Don't Know
Updates from Microsoft
Microsoft has released Preview 2 of .NET Core 2.1 and related technologies. You can download it from the Microsoft .NET website.
This week, Microsoft also released Preview 3 of Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7.
Microsoft has also released a Roadmap for Visual Studio, so check it out to get an idea of what new features are planned for 2018.
Here are the .NET Core 2.1 Preview 2 release announcements from Microsoft:
More Good Stuff
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