Thanks for making it to the end of the Little ASP.NET Core Book! There’s a lot more to ASP.NET Core can do that couldn’t fit in this short book, including
- building RESTful APIs and microservices
- using ASP.NET Core with single-page apps like Angular and React
- Razor Pages
- bundling and minifying static assets
I write about many of these topics on my blog: https://www.recaffeinate.co
The official ASP.NET Core documentation also covers these topics, and more: https://docs.asp.net
Hey, I’m Nate! I wrote the Little ASP.NET Core Book in a caffeine-fueled weekend because I love the .NET community and wanted to give back in my own little way. I hope it helped you learn something new!
To Jennifer, who always supports my crazy ideas.
To the following contributors who improved the Little ASP.NET Core Book:
To these amazing polyglot programmers who translated the Little ASP.NET Core Book:
- sahinyanlik (Turkish)
- windsting, yuyi (Simplified Chinese)
1.0.4 (2018-01-15): Added explanation of service container lifecycles, clarified server ports and the -o flag, and removed semicolons after Razor directives. Corrected Chinese translation author credit. Fixed other small typos and issues noticed by readers.
1.0.3 (2017-11-13): Typo fixes and small improvements suggested by readers.
1.0.2 (2017-10-20): More bug fixes and small improvements. Added link to translations.
1.0.1 (2017-09-23): Bug fixes and small improvements.
1.0.0 (2017-09-18): Initial release.