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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.

Fiyaz Hasan adds dependency injection to his GraphQL application in the third part of this ongoing series.

Joonas Westlin uses C#’s await on a JavaScript Promise.

Steve Gordon adds support for correlation IDs across ASP.NET Core microservices to his ASP.NET Core Correlation ID Library.

Jonathan Channon announces Carter, a library that allows Nancy-esque routing for use with ASP.Net Core.

Fabian Gosebrink shares an example of an Angular application using ASP.NET Core and SignalR.

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