What is ASP.NET Core? Advantage(Pros) of ASP.NET Core Technology

Introduction to ASP.NET Core:

The asp.net core is new Modular web framework of Microsoft and .net community which run with windows.Net Framework and cross platform like Mac, Linux.

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Asp.Net Core is open source and supports cross-platform with introducing CLI (Command Line Application (dotnet.exe)). Asp.Net core (In Past known as vNext) is base on ASP.NET core and we can develop and deploy on Windows, Mac, and Linux. And ASP.NET core also used in Mobile, Cloud, IOT based Solution and Mobile Back-end. Asp.Net core also provides Cloud base environment.

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The Advantage of Asp.Net Core:

  1. Modular Web Framework:

    Any Kind of changes or new things added in the .net framework will force to release new framework version like with asp.net MVC Microsoft introduce routing which is available in MVC 4 after that they have introduced Attribute routing and for that, they have release new framework version and it’s available with MVC 5. Whereas In Asp.Net core everything is managed using nugget package, so it’s easy to upgrade new framework without releasing new .net framework version. In .net core, a community can just release new NuGet package version and you will get latest changes by updating your packages.

  2. Command Line Application (dotnet.exe):

    Asp.Net core also provides command line support for all Platform, like in Windows, Mac and Linux you can use a command line for creating a new application, execute an application, host application. Followings are commands to create, deploy and run a new application on the .net core.

    $ dotenet new
    $ dotenet restore
    $ dotenet build
    $ dotenet run

  3. Most Effective Use of Library:

    Asp.Net support nugget packages for all logical library, so Instead of loading whole library you just need to load require a portion of the library. Like Microsoft.Web.MVC Consist Microsoft.Web.MVC.Controls,


    Microsoft.Web.MVC.Internal etc.

    Which Loaded every time in memory regardless of your project need or not need. With .net code, we reference load only required components for a project that way it’s optimized and create a lightweight application.

  4. Support Cross Platform:

    Asp.net core support cross platform like MAX, Linux, and windows, now you can create a .net application using any platform and host anywhere. And for that Asp.Net core provide tool and command line for developing app using any OS with the help of Visual Studio Code.

  5. Open Source:

    Nowadays there is lots of Open Source platform available, the same way Microsoft also moving toward to open source and core also available on GitHub. Which help to reduce the cost of hosting.NET application.

  6. Support Cloud Environment:

    With the help of Asp.Net core, you can develop a cloud base application like Mobile back-end, Internet of things app, web application etc.

  7. Middleware:

    Middleware is a Key feature of Asp.Net core How application performs on HTTP Request. Middleware also Control our application when to display error, when to authenticate a user and also middleware used to define application types like a simple static website with Html page or MVC application. In Asp.Net Core the request delegate handles each HTTP request using Middleware.

  8. Dependency Injection:

    Asp.Net core provides built-in defense injection for achieving loose coupling between objects and their collaborators.

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By | 2018-01-04T11:56:10+00:00 January 28th, 2017|Asp.Net, ASP.NET Core, Asp.Net MVC|