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Razor Pages - The Elevator Pitch

25 May 2017 08:29

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

In the last ASP.NET Community Standup, Jon Galloway gave my introductory Razor Pages article a shout out (thank you, Jon). During the discussion that ensued, Scott Hanselman asked for the "elevator pitch" for Razor Pages. Well, here's mine.

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Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods

22 May 2017 20:16

ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

Handler methods is a particularly nice feature introduced with the new ASP.NET Razor Pages framework . This feature enables you to determine what the user was doing when they requested the page, and to execute logic accordingly without having to resort to a bunch of conditional code.

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Razor Pages - Getting Started With The Preview

15 May 2017 20:52

Razor ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

Current users of ASP.NET Web Pages have been eagerly awaiting news on what ASP.NET Core holds for them (if my inbox is anything to go by). The roadmap suggested that a new version of Web Pages would be forthcoming after the initial release of .NET Core, but that item was subsequently removed. Instead, a new cross platform page-centric web development model called Razor Pages has been made available in preview form. Here, I show you how to get started with it and explore its similarities with Web Pages. In future articles, I will take a closer look at the wide range of differences.

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ASP.NET Web Pages vNext or Razor Pages

15 July 2016 14:09

ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

Now that the RTM of ASP.NET Core has shipped, the ASP.NET team are looking at the features that were left behind including SignalR and Web Pages. The ASP.NET Core road map always had those items scheduled for inclusion in the first major release after RTM, which will be ASP.NET Core 1.1. Recently, the ASP.NET Team provided an update on GitHub on the goals driving the next version of Web Pages which provides an interesting insight into the potential features of the framework.

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ojorma 17/06/2017 09:24
In response to Razor Pages - The Elevator Pitch
Finally I can say goodbye to webforms...

Mau 06/06/2017 08:58
In response to Razor Pages - The Elevator Pitch
I am missing the razor view code. Thank you for your article. Design pattern should improve the of...

Obinna Okafor 26/05/2017 16:16
In response to Razor Pages - The Elevator Pitch
Thank you for this wonderful piece, Mike. I need more of these...Keep them coming - anything more...

Cyrus 26/05/2017 06:00
In response to Razor Pages - The Elevator Pitch
There are some concern about razor pages performance. Is it faster or slower than MVC? would you a a...

Cyrus 26/05/2017 05:44
In response to Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods
well done, thank you....

Satyabrata Mohapatra 23/05/2017 11:41
In response to Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods
Nice and easy !! Great post....

Cyrus 16/05/2017 19:55
In response to Razor Pages - Getting Started With The Preview
There is something wrong related to microsoft.dotnetcore.mvc.taghelpers! if you remove it from page...

Cyrus 16/05/2017 10:18
In response to Razor Pages - Getting Started With The Preview
well done mike, it was very useful, I really appreciate that....

Satyabrata Mohapatra 16/05/2017 07:21
In response to Razor Pages - Getting Started With The Preview
Finally!!!! web pages in asp.net core!!! Super excited !!!! Thank u sir for sharing.....Awaiting on...

Daniele 14/03/2017 10:24
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is it possible give to the user a progress bar of the zipping process? Thanks in advance. ...