.NET Core
.NET Core is a modular, cross-platform, and open source software development framework that is used to build Windows, Web, and Mobile applications for Windows, Linux and OS X platforms.

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  • Use Gulp in ASP.NET Core

    By Erik Reitan, Scott Addie, Daniel Roth, and Shayne Boyer
  • Create a Web API with ASP.NET Core and Visual Studio for Windows

    This tutorial builds a web API for managing a list of "to-do" items if a user interface (UI) isn't created.
  • Deep Dive Into ASP.NET Core 1.0

    Want a deeper dive into ASP.NET Core 1.0?
  • What is .NET Core? 7 Things you should know.

    This post explains to you what .NET Core is, what it is used for and tells you whether you need to use it or not.
  • UWP (univeral Windows Platform)

    Go through the link below to check about Universal Windows platform Development.
  • ASP.NET MVC 5 is dead, Start Learn ASP.NET Core

    Microsoft released ASP.NET Core 1.0, it's cross platform and open source. You can learn easily and develop any web application. ASP.NET core better to use ASP.NET MVC.
  • Get started with .NET Core on any platform

    It is very easy to get started with .NET Core on your platform of choice.
  • Missing Features in Entity Framework Core 1

    Features not yet present in Entity Framework Core.
  • What is .NET Core

    This video explains what is .NET Core, it's vision and future path.