November 1st, 2017
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The ASP.NET team is proud to announce general availability of ASP.NET Core 2.0. This release features compatibility with .NET Core 2.0, tooling support in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3, and the new Razor Pages user-interface design paradigm.
Atif Aziz shares High5, an HTML parser for .NET Core.
Andrew Lock looks at the source code for the PasswordHasher implementation, and how it handles hashing user passwords for verification and storage.
Ibrahim Suta details the many positive aspects of ASP.NET Core, including the speed, tooling, logging, built-in DI, async pipeline, community, and the fact that it is fully open source.
Eric Anderson takes his existing set of applications used to learn about Identity Server and deploys them to Azure.
Rick Strahl shares his impressions of .NET Core 2.0 and ASP.NET Core 2.0, and is ready to begin building apps with these new releases.
Hisham Bin Ateya configures portable object (PO) localization in ASP.NET Core applications.
Jack Histon discusses action results, taking a deep dive into the popular view result implementation.