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The ASP.NET team announces the first preview version of the ASP.NET Core 2.0 framework, plus updates for ASP.NET 4.7 and WCF.

Steve Sanderson describes three new NuGet packages, known collectively as “JavaScriptServices”, that are intended to simplify SPA development and add powerful, useful features.

Dustin Moris Gorski runs Suave inside ASP.NET Core to benefit from the speed and power of Kestrel while still being able to build a web application in a functional approach.

DotNetify is a free, open source project that lets you create amazing real-time web applications using HTML5 and C# on a cross-platform .NET Core back-end.

Tom Hofman creates a versioned and semi-automatically documented Web API.

Rick Strahl address a few common themes that keep coming up in regards to IIS hosting of ASP.NET Core applications.

Steve Gordon explains the steps followed to re-target an ASP.NET Core application onto .NET Core.

Andrew Lock shows how to use the DiagnosticSource logging system in an ASP.NET Core application.

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