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Live from Live! 360, veteran Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley talks with Visual Studio Magazine editor Keith Ward about the future of Microsoft development.
Posted on 11/19/2013 at 12:42 PM
Microsoft says Razor Pages development in ASP.NET Core can make coding page-focused web-dev scenarios easier and more productive than using the controllers and views integral to another option: the Model View Controller (MVC) approach.
It provides "some tooling C# and XAML developers have been asking for, and have been asking for since Blend," the company said.
With the new .NET MAUI in .NET 7 Release Candidate 1, the dev team has continued to polish things up ahead of a November GA debut while at the same time filling in gaps from its predecessor, Xamarin.
With Microsoft developers focused on finishing touches ahead of the November debut of Entity Framework 7, the company has updated the corresponding "what's new" documentation to help keep track of all the changes while shipping Release Candidate 1.
WebAssembly, the open source tech that makes client-side Blazor work, was the star of the ASP.NET Core show in the new .NET 7 Release Candidate 1.
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