ASP.NET Core and the Enterprise Part 3: Middleware

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 22 Nov 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

An enterprise developer moving to ASP.NET Core must feel a bit like a character in Asimovs The Gods Themselves. In the book, humans contact aliens who live in an alternate universe with different physical laws. The landscape of ASP.NET Core is familiar. You can still find controllers, views, models, DbContext classes, script files, and CSS. But, the infrastructure and the laws this new world depends on are different. For example, the hierarchy of XML configuration files in this new world is gone....

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