ASP.NET 5: Bringing MVC, Web API, and Web Pages Together
with Dave Rael, Educator and Software Solutions Provider
The independent evolution of MVC and Web API led to a lot of duplication of functionality and a lack of cohesion and reusability among the pieces of the ASP.NET tech stack, requiring a lot of duplication of code and effort.
This has been resolved in ASP.NET 5, where the new ASP.NET MVC is a sum of three parts: MVC, Web API, and Web Pages. Unifying and optimizing both the runtime operation and the developer experience of these three parts has largely been the focus of the "vNext" movement.
Join us to see how you can work with MVC, Web API, and Web Pages together in Visual Studio 2015 to build your web applications and integrations quickly and effectively.
FMI: ASP.NET 5 Overview (http://www.asp.net/vnext/overview/aspnet-vnext/aspnet-5-overview) ASP.NET MVC 5 (http://www.asp.net/mvc/mvc5) ASP.NET Web API (http://www.asp.net/web-api)
Dave Rael is a dedicated father and husband, a seasoned software architect and developer, and passionate human performance optimizer.
He likes building distributed systems, playing with kids, playing basketball, lifting weights, and attempting to get more from his body and mind.
His thoughts and content can be found at The Optimized Programmer (http://optimizedprogrammer.com/).
Contact: Dave Rael ([masked]) The Optimized Programmer (http://optimizedprogrammer.com/)