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Dan Roth outlines the features and improvements that are planned for the ASP.NET Core 2.1 release, which is targeted for mid-year 2018.

Filip Wojcieszyn takes a look at ApiControllerAttribute and how can it help with writing Web APIs.

Damien Bowden uses OpenID Connect Hybrid flow to secure an ASP.NET Core MVC application which uses an API to retrieve data.

Steve Gordon does a deep dive into how UseStartup results in Startup methods being registered and executed.

Shayne Boyer adds options for using the updated JavaScriptServices and Deployment options with Docker, Kubernetes, and Helm to the build an application from scratch workshop tutorial featuring .NET Core using Razor Pages, Entity Framework, and Web API.

Krzysztof Cieslak shares Saturn, a web development framework written in F# which implements the server-side MVC pattern.

Nate Barbettini wrote a tool to make it easier to use the OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect protocols.

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