Visual Studio 2019 Launch: Build amazing web apps with .NET Core

See Visual Studio 2019 in action building modern, cross-platform web apps using ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview.Visual Studio 2019 in action building modern, cross-platform web apps using ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview.

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31 thoughts on “Visual Studio 2019 Launch: Build amazing web apps with .NET Core

  1. I guess "we all" switched to development at the beginning of y2k and moved forward with everything but Microsoft.
    For a couple of decades, that is…
    So now looking at Blazor, all that contribution to open-source, all the good stuff that is coming from MS?
    I started using some of these things. And it feels good. Good as in coming home from a veeery long wild trip.

    Great presentation, thank you.

  2. Hello guys!
    I`m a rookie !
    i installed Visual Studio 2019 but its first time i wanna start writing codes!I dont know C# . I learned HTML and CSS a little.
    can you tell me how to start web design in VS2019 ?Please ! <3

  3. I'm very happy to know that all those amazing technologies made by Microsoft are getting better and better every time.
    Satya Nadella did an amazing work when he completly changed "Microsoft's way" with his visionary concepts.
    Congratulations and Thank you very much!

  4. Hello Daniel Roth, WOW you are such a good presenter, your explainations are very easy to understand, what you are talking is so clear, and I like your positive charisma!!! Do you have a own youtube channel??? :-)))

  5. “Should i use Blazor or MVC” … answer: “use whatever makes you happy” … that is not a helpful answer, just fyi …

  6. Blazor is great but WebAssembly is pure stupidity. If you want a native app, build a desktop app, not browser crap. It will be slow because of overhead and work differently in every browser, even crash and BSOD the computer, new playground for viruses and spyware. I don't even wanna mention breaking changes because of browser updates every week. Eventually WebAssembly will die just like other half-ass "web apps": ActiveX, Flash, Silverlight, Java, UnityWebPlayer etc..

  7. If currently not possible, then it would be a cool feature to be able to move Blazer code out from Razor page to a separate file.

  8. Sort of a newbie Question about Swagger : Are you publishing/pushing it to production ? if not, can you show how you are doing that ? Can you have the swagger interface in a separate project or something ?

  9. Blazor would be perfect for corporate apps, where lightweightness isn't that much important, but you can have much more consistent development environment than JavaScript SPA frameworks.

  10. Webassembly runs on every browser … except Internet Explorer. There are still a lot of people out there that have to support that "browser" for their homepage 🙁

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