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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.

Rick Strahl shares West Wind Globalization, a library and tooling providing easy to use database resource managers and providers that allow the use of a database for storing localization resources.

Damien Bowden implements OpenID Implicit Flow using Azure AD with an Angular application, using the Microsoft dotnet template and the angular-auth-oidc-client npm package.

Jeremy Likness uses Swashbuckle to use Swagger tools with ASP.NET Core to document REST APIs and make them easier to discover and consume by clients.

Steve Gordon continues his series on ASP.NET Core gotchas, solving the error of “Value cannot be null. Parameter name: connectionString when running dotnet ef migrations add.” when migrating.

Dan Roth announces Blazor, a new experimental project from the ASP.NET team. Blazor is a web UI framework based on C#, Razor, and HTML that runs in the browser via WebAssembly.

Scott Sauber increases the password hashing iterations…

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